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WEDNES'W MARCH 18. 1H8D.
Mar 13 -Stmr
H Hlsliop fiom Koolntt
cluii' Kuala for iilnlim mid H'niiinae ut
0 a in
Stmr V inlenlo for Kauai at 5 m
.Sphr Kn MoJ for Unwull
Scar Llhollho for Lahnlna
S'chr Mokuoia for llwn
Sehr Mary for Kutuil
Selir Surah & Eliza for Knolitu
Ilk t'olus.i for S.tu Kranelseo
Uk Ceylon for can Francisco
VESSELS LEAVIUC TG-MORffQW.
S S Australia for San FraneNeo at noon
For S 'ii Francisco pur bark Ceylon.
Mar 13 Jos ltlubnrtUou, a Political, M
liltlo anil wife.
For Kauai ami Xllliau pcr-linr lkn
halii, Mar 12 -Mi" v Mackintosh, on
G N Wilcox, Col 55 S Spalding. Mrs
Smytlic, Mr Pcaeoek, Mr Gall.ijjhcr nd
wife, r Stanley and wife, r Jenkins.
1-red Wllhulm, l)r Jljtuiniirti. and 10
MclNTYltK In Honolulu. March Pith,
at her residence, King Ftreet, Mrs.
Margaret .Molntyrc, a native of Avr,
.Scotland, nged "! years, 4 months
IT IS RUMORED
That Melville, the balloonist, pro
poses to resitlu here permanently ;
that the Judges must grow weary,
listening to the long; ami stumbling
harangues of sonic of the legal lumin
aries ; that the rewaul of greatness
is the stings ami smarts of adverse
criticism ; that the members of the
Cabinet are at loggerheads; that
thu Colonel and l U. Jones will be
good friends on the trip over; that
there will bo a lively time at the de
parture of the steamer to-morrow ;
that the Cabinet declines to recog
nise the King's Ch.imbc. lain, and
reftues to pay his stipend; that II.
K. Armstrong, representative of Ha
waii in London, has been asked to
return his commission, and Man ey
Hopkins has been given his
billet; that the representative
po-ition is properly within the juris
diction of the v. abiuet, but that the
Chamberlain is leally the King's
piivate secretary, ami it is none, ol
the Cabinet's business whom he ap
points. BOOKED TO LEAVE.
The following are booked to leaVe
on the S. S. Australia to-morrow,
March 1-lth : Col. Claus Spreckcls,
Mrs. Spreckcls, Miss Kmma Spreck
cls, Hon. Elislia II. Allen and Mrs.
Allen, Arthur Page and wife, Mrs.
Coit and maid, L. S. Smith, O.
-Goldsmith and wife, Mrs. White
head, Miss M. S. Grilllngs, Miss L.
II. Parks, Mrs. Tufts, Miss Tufts,
Miss M. F. Cashing, II. P. Ray, II.
"W. Parker, R. K. Ililliard and
wife, J. L. Richards and wife, J. T
Cross and wife, A. A. Pratt, Mrs.
E. M. Marchand and child, Win.
Millan and wile, II. A. Smith, Miss
E. M. Smith, Miss M. Smith, Miss
A. Smith, C. II. Smith and servant,
A. IL.as, W. Williams, It. J. Lillie
and wife, Mrs. Bennett, Miss Gib
bons, E. A. Ward, .1. L. McLean,
T. J. Rergin, Miss K. Milian, L. G.
Gardiner, Mrs. A. du S. Cannavar
ro and child, Ucnry K. Hyde, J. N.
Robinson and wife, Mrs. II. Rerger
and son, O. R. Spalding, Sister
Winifred, Mrs. Louisson, Miss Relic
Louisson, D. J. Treibcr, wife and
child, Miss J. Fletcher and two
boys, P. C. Jones and wife, Rev.
A. C. Walkup and three children,
F. K. Rand, Mrs. Claik, Mrs. W.
R. Lawrence and child, F. II.
Itoyce, J. R. Robinson and wife, and
in banco inu-oiu: tiu: nvi: justices.
Wr.ONT.snAV, Marcli 13th.
12. Trustees Bishop estate vs. Tax
Collector. Exceptions fiom deci
sion of Rickertou J. A. S. Ilartwcll
for plaintiffs, appellants; Attorney
General for defendant. Argued and
f. The King vs. Naniwi, larceny.
Appeal from Preston J., sitting as
appellate Court in Chambers to hear
appeal from District Court of Wniu
lua. C. Rrown for defendant, ap
pellant. Appeal withdrawn and
sentence in foioo from this date.
11. C. R. Rishop and others,
trustees, vs. Ka a et til. Bjeutinuiit.
Exceptions from J. .unary term. P.
Neumann and .1. L. Kaulukou for
plaintiff, appellants ; Chiis. Creigh
ton ami S. K. Kane for defendants.
Berlin is to have a now hotel, a
part of which is to be a theatre and
Five new churches are being
erected in Jeiusaluui and Rethel
hem at the present time.
Only iweutd of the members of
European royal families are now
under treatment for mental dis
orders. Who said that anything was
the matter with European royalty?
The woman who screams when it
thunders and is afraid of a mouse
will unlliuchiiigly tackle a crying
baby while its father is hastening to
get under cover.
A. otnt h wanted.
Wasted some ruin.
A fini-oi! Miito and
are oU'ered for sale.
Rasit.ii isnpproaching. King Bros.
Iinvo n full lino of cards.
Oi! Ki bitty evening a nnisicnle will
bo given at Onbti College.
l'osr your letteis and papers well
ahead of time to-morrow morning.
Tut: Kiimeliiimclm Prepnrutoiy
School begin? its second term on
Monday, Mr-ich ISth.
A mketixo of the Ladies' Altar So
ciety will be held to-morrow after
noon at three o'clock at the convent.
Tiinnc will be a Directors' meeting
of the Hawaiian Itille Association
this evening, ut 7:30 o'clock, at the
The BtTLiuriN jeceived a slice of
wedding cake from Mr. and Mre. .1.
U. GiliMin yesterday, for which ac
Tun "l'aradife of ilu In.-ili in out,
and copies can be obtaiii"d at the
bookstores and J. J. Williams' pho
Tin: Australia sails for San Fran
cisco at noon to-morrow. The mail
at tho Post Oilier) closes at 11 o'clock,
registered mail an hour earlier.
Mi;. W. M. Gillaid, secretary of the
Ivapiolani I 'ark Association, gives
notico that permits for the use of
stalls or lefieshmeut stands at tho
Park on Saturday, must be obtained
Tm: Makawao Union Church was
dedicated Sundav, Mar. 10th. The
Itovs. W.B. Oleson.T. L. Guliok, S.
E. Bishop, and Rev. Mr. Morris, a
eleigyman of the Episcopal Church,
participated in the special services.
At 7 o'clock this evening there will
be a bible u.iding for the Second
Cougiegation of St. Andiow's Cathe
dral in I lie Sunday school loom. Thu
regular Wednesday evening service
in the Chinch will commence tit 7 :4o
- . -
Ix another column will be found
'hi; cud of Mr. Felix Olleit, en
griver. This gentleman was atone
lime in the employ of Harper liros ,
New Yoil:,aiul is an expetienced en
graver on wood. Ho is prepaid! to
Tin: band conceit at the Hotel
last evening was most successful.
The building was illuminated with
colored lanterns and tho attendance
was large. The band was repeatedly
applauded. Alter the concert danc
ing was indulged in.
Cor,. M. Thompson, the well known
lawyer, met with a serious accident
this moining. lie lost bis balance
by some means, and fell on the side
walk, at Sehaofer's corner, with the
result of a nasty gash being cut on
one side of his forehead. Ho was
lifted into an express, and at his own
reipu'sl, taken to llollistcr it Co.'s
to get the wound dressed. Later on
(lie Colonel v.nt to bis rooms in
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Services at the churches at 7:30.
Oahu Lodge No. 1 K. of P., a.
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P., at
Rehearsal Honolulu Arion Society,
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rilles, at
Meeting Hawaiian Rifle Associa
tion at the Arlington at 7:30.
In Col. Thompson's "Digest,"
which appeared in yesterday's Bui.
i.i:tix,Uic printer by mistake put the
word "to" instead of "by," in the
sixth line, under "Administrator
purchasing intestate's property,"
and also by not using the apostrophe
and apostrophio "s" in the proper
place in the head of this article.
These mistakes will be corrected and
not allowed to appear in the book.
DEATH" OF MRS. M'INTYRE.
At 2:30 o'clock this morning,
Mrs. Margaret Mclntyre, widow of
Hugh Mclntyre, died at the family
residence, King street, aged 70
years, ! mouths and 10 days. The
deceaed was born in Ayr, Scotland,
November 3d, 1S12, ami had lived
in Honolulu for nearly -10 years.
She h.id 1 ng been a atiffeicr from
asthma and liii-uimiUsin. Her hus
band died Marcli Dili, 1887. The
children surviving lier are, Mrs.
John S. Walker, Mis Allies Mcln
tyre, Messrs. II. E. and Geo. Mc
lntyre, grocers, corner King ami
Fort streets, and Win. Mclntyre.
The funeral takes place this after
noon at four o'clock, from the resi
dence, King street.
Wi:dni:si)AY, Mar. 13th.
Fred. Franford was fined 80 with
SI. .50 costs for assault and battery
on Auue llilo.
Akau, for having opium unlaw
fully In possession, was sentenced
to out: hour imprisonment and lined
STiO. A nolle pros, was entered
against All Tai (jtiong charged with
the same offence.
Four drunks had to pay the usual
Jose do Gouveira charged with
coniiuiuiug tin olfeuce against per
son of J. De Mtllo, was remandod
to the 10th. .
This morning, His Majesty the
King gave a breakfast at Iolan'i Pa
lace in honor of Colonel and Mrs.
Clans Spreckcls. Resides the Royal
host and the lady and trunilcuian
above mentioned. Ihoic sat down:
HerMaj.sty th. Queen. II. R. II.
Pilnccss Liliimkiilani, lion. John O.
Dominis, Hon. K-lisha II. Allen and
Mrs. Allen, Hon. Win. G. and Mrs.
Imin, Miss Kuiina Spreel.els, Mrs.
Howard Coit, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Page, Col. G. W. Macfarlane, II.
M.'s Chamberlain, and Mr. J. W.
Robertson, II. M.'s Vicc-Chambcr-lain.
The Royal Hawaiian Rand
played during the breakfast.
The Oceanic Company's steam
ship Aust i aha sails at noon to-morrow
lor San Francisco with a full
cargo of domestic and a largo pas
Among those going away are Col.
and Mis. Spieckels and Miss
Spreckcls. who have been on the
islands . month, and will leturn
much benefitted by the olianue.
Hon. E. II. Allen, Hawaiian Con
sul at Now Yoik, and Mrs. Allen,
after a pleasant visit among their
friends leave for New York.
The balance of the Raymond &
Whitcomb excursionists leturn on
this steamer much pleased with their
visit to the islands.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Page, and
Mrs. Howard Coit, all of San Fran
cisco, arc homeward bound.
Mrs. A. do Sotiza Canavarro, wife
of the Portuguese Minister, is going
to Oakland on a three months'
A number of missionaries who
came from the South Seas on the
Morning Star, leave for their res
pective homes in the States.
Mr. A. II. Smith, an English
banker, and his four dauuhtcr-, .vho
arrived on the Oini Marti trom
Japan, continue their tour around
the woibl on Hie Au-i'- lia.
Mr. and Mrs P. (' J ne are
bound to the Coust Mr Jones will
attend to consider. ' i u-iiies-,
amongst other things, new machin
ery for the Iloiiomu phi 'tat ion.
Mrs. Louisson and .Miss Belle
Louisson leave the i-lauds for an in
Mrs. W. R. Lawrence goes to Los
Angeles to join her husband.
Mr. T. J. Bergm and Miss K. Mi
lian, who have been sojourning in
the islands several months, leao
for their homes in San Francisco.
A Genius Insurance gone to Ca
nada, did you say V Probably stole
something the beggarly thief!
"Took half a millim d-liars of the
company's money." Beat an insur
ance company out of half a million?
What a Napoleon of finance.
Old lady My dear, do you really
think you arc fit to become a minis
ter's wife? Eimagid Niece (from
the West) Yes, indeed. I don't
mind being talked about at till, i'vo
got the energy of a buffalo and the
hide of a rhinoceros. N. Y.
"There arc two new moons this
month," said Mrs. Waddle, who
had been reading the papcis while
waiting for her husband, who had
just come home. -"Zas right," said
he, "zackly right. I saw 'em both
'zi come along the street. Torre
Miss Richandugly (with a sigh)
Then you loc mo, Count v Count
Castagno (fcrvenily)--Lovii you?
My Goda, yestil Bobby (under
sofa) -Chesniiis! Count (his old
eoiiuueicial in-lincts overcoming
him) Fiva centa pinta; how much
you wanta? Town Topics.
She I notice that you are in
mourning, Mr. Jones. Have you
met with a recent bereavement?
He Yes; I have just lost a sister.
She A bister! I was not aware that
you had a sister He Not a sister
by blood, but a young lady who
said siie would always be a sister to
me, though, to tell tho truth, I
haven't seen her since the night she
said so. She Oh ! I see. And the
subject is dropped like a hot cake.
t'OTT'S Genuine Midlothian O tmcal
ISKOU N & C.
i!S MriclMlil Hient,
I .'.' y iiydu.
i)i J ' i tnjrui'V Or.
diiMuoi. ! ji'o on I'-mniu
fticet, I elui-cn ill inil'i ions Of Holli-.
'. It 'tHll)). Jnum ' uHiplnll nlld 8 1.
Dole, in ii K'lii'm Sipito-i No pinno
wunto ', i ii iIubi. ii' iitrn p.tnhos Only
tl lew tub ui. s wi It 'hi. now llo for
the Ci-ii'im! Um '"i li ii ii 'ii nainwuy
ears w oi ii. I'" '
K, H. CUNiJA,
148 tf I' nam million.
Manufacturing Joveler & Watchmaker
f.ul.ui Jtivclry a Specially.
KiiiC Streol, liEomiluiu, IS. 8.
Next dour to 1 he Hawaiian 'liaiu.
aj Coinpuiiy'a Olliio,
r Pauien tr
kinds ot rtpulru.
imiil to till
!H: mW' "iSm
GEEAT CLEAEANGE SALE
1 hereby beg to inform
The Entire Stock -will bu oi'iVred in that Department tit Cost.
Ladies. Hisses & ChaSdrerss Rffiuslin Underwear !'
"Will be offered at a great Btieriliee. 1 call particular tittention that every article must be
closed out in that department. Immense bargains are offered in
Lace Giii-is ift Oreiufflas,
Of every description will be closed out. Kid Gloves ."iOe a pair; Silk Gloves A: : "Mitts greatly reduced.
Parasols, prices cut in half; Extreme Bargains in Table Linen & Napkins.
gds: A Large Eomxianl. Table Every Day of our Glearillg, Sale a
JMosqtiito A'etiiugs reduced to $2 25 a piece ; Try our prices in White Cotton ; Best Brands Dress Ginghams, Perecles,
last colors ; Calicos, Seersucker?;, White Goods, Lawns, Muslins, other large lines of wash
material, etc.. ttrc offered tit an immense reduction.
Sateencs & Satins reduced: Ladies Cloth, Ladies Tricot sold at cost. Try our Flannel, extra wide, 35c yard; immense
175 3 m
a,nttsuCfci :uri.,'Azxitxtt33ttaianTZ32rT:cti&XLixrj sj'iaws.vit. - ivuT - eivricMM
iisiiti if llm Fai'ly
BU SI NESS
Inti'icut, Kuiitb, otc
Dc:ith-clnuui r.iul EiidowmHiits
Dividend,, Anuuilius :i:ul Pnrcbuscd
Total to Policv-lioldw
Now Policios Issued
Now Insurance Written. . .
I)iviiblu Surplus, Co.'s New Standard f?,OS2,2fiO.:.';
fTontinu " l,.J2.'),777.i:i
LIAIJILIT1ES, New State Standard (4 per cent) $7O,07-l,l.r)U.17
SUKPliUS, liv New State S-tandard (-1 pur cent) ? lU.SOO.OtJOOO
Policies in Poreu J2'.),'.)ll
Inauiauuo in Force !?! 19,880, iiOri.OO
PROGRESS IN 1888.
IncroaFC in In'.on'St
Jnereabo in !! m-fils tu Poliuy-holdcre.
lncre.ifco in .Surplus for .Dhidoiuls. . ..
lucreiibi i.. t'lomiuiiin
Jiicrcaui' ui 'x'u la I IueoiiKjb
Increase in Aspetn
liiuriiiiMi in Iii.suiMucc Written
Incieie in Insurance in Force. . . .
hlxcluivo of the amount Hiienially reserved a a contingent liability to
Tonlini' Dividend Fund.
f Over mill ..bovu 11 -i rr cent, icserve on esi.-tini; policies of tliat cla--.-'.
Tbe New York IAU- l'tiei- a gre.itir variety of policies tban any other
life company, 1 ben by .u!.i.iinj; ito contracts to the l.n j.i--1 number of people.
It liu l.ili-ly iji'i-feeteil a Moitu.iry Dividend system, 11 inl.-i- wliieh main of
it, polii-iew 11 u- ist-ued with (uaranteed return of nil pr.'uiiunif paid, in aildi
tion to tho face of the policy, in eni-o of death duiiua .1 ypivilii-d jieriod.
The returns on the New York Life'. Tontine l'ulk ii h th.il have iiiatured
hu- turn buui'r tbun thoie ol .-my nther compiini , i-i.MpHniiii bein made
between jiulieiex tnki-n ut .oie njje and premim.i r.it-, and runninj; through
the tunic j-eiioit of time.
'I'm pi.Iicii's of 1 lie New York Life, 11s now i-.-u.-l, in- M't.ibly lice from
rcbli'iciiuiiii us lo iii'utiputiuii. reoiilejico and ti.iv I, .inl iu.nip ire paid upon
receipt and uppxival by the Company of fcatislaco .y pi.mii- i.f ti.-K.tli. '
In connection with these htatenienta of the pn.ieiph-'., ,11-tniiiti atel sue
eesr of thu New York Life, we jiw heiewitb r.i..-ii iliniviiu; thr .ne.-age
yea.lv bii-ine s de iu duiiii; live period covi'iiii,, ;'.i.- ',.uiip.1i,y" enure liii
toiy, and th.; ecindition of tho Company at lb ei.d f cich 1 1 .ki. Then!
liyui-' .-. fliow a Kio'Vtli as marvelous as it h.i- b'--11 cuiiiiiiitiim, ai.d a present
strength and vnlin so of biuiuc.-:.! thut furni-li the mo.-t ampl jjuuii-iiterr. to
INSURANCE WRITTEN & INSURANCE IN FORCE.
Jh70-1 ,',, PJ
PREMIUMS RSQ2IVEO AMOUNTS PAID PQUQ -HOLDERS.
D.10 - .ici -
1885-1 1.88, 4
Ji .re .
DSATH-CUAIMvp PAID AND
1845-lf.VJ, lfi y..ro.
iBOO-lMii), 10 .venrn.
Ib70-Ui70, 10 year.
18b0-l )!, 0 yeitfs.
lU85-lBti8, -1 yirnw.
ASSETS & SURPLUS
Niiiubor mid Ditto.
lfith Hojjoji, Jan., 1S00, .
SritlilU'i.nrl.JiiiL, JS70. .
.'Ifiih Jluport, Jan., I8S0. .
40th Honor!, .Ian., lb'Sfi...
d'ltii Kupurt, Jun., ISS'J.,
103 2w 79 21
Corner of Hotel
tho general public that during
and immense reductions are.
reduction in Black Cassemeres. My entire stock of
KS' & CHILD RENS' BOOTS & SHOES !
Will he , '':'.'. 1 on", at Cost Price. )o not miss this chance.
S. EHRLICH, Proorietor.
- liFlli Aseniil Sin
JAN. 1, 1339.
1 ,;s3,200.. I
....;? 2.1SJ roi ..
. ... 10f)l!),7fil...
. ... iiUSoO.i'M...
. ... 42,O2'J,i;70 ..
. . rJb7io7,PU3
1'liK . , I'.'lll! (if
. ? lf),2S,7U:
. . 22'.l,;P'2,.'.hii
Aveiage A m.iii'it
... 2,120,071.1 J..
. .. 11,21:1,501 If.. .
. . IfiJ0l),li:i3 -
I VM Pobny-
. . . '.m,it)):n
. . I,03'J1S30.W..
... bJ5J,34 I.
RECEIPTS FROM INTEREST,
. s? 10s.-12a.02.
. . 1, -180,027. Hi. .
. .. 2,01,0vt(l.!5..
r7, ioi. i-i
AT VARIOUS DATES.
No EBtimiite hv
ri!,2s:i,7ri:5.ri7 . .
General Agent Hawaiian Inlands,
i n- 2rt .-&; RHSi s ta
my Clearance Sale largo inducements will be offered,
made in every department.
ana Laces ol
-";;.. Willie Dresses, Lace Cans, San Bonnets, ale.
75 & 77 Fort St EG AN
FFeiicl, Easlisli nil American Dry ai Fancy Goafls !
Also, lTino CiiNtoni-ntiuIc Clotliiiijr,
furnishing Goods, Hato, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c
5.'.! 'jv;ijj-iimo. r:o "ix
wmmm win co
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Hulk or Case;
SCOTCH iwitl IRIfSU TIIXiSISITr,
Tn ttliim and Stone .lars;
Very Fine it Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted ;
Cu-,'3, in Large Sl Smail Bottles;
(White or Pluck), nlso, STONE JUGS:
OliI Tom Gin, HvmL I3t-itiicl in the UlivrKet;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Hulk and Case. All Uraiidw of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pintri and Quarts.
Bitters. Liquors Absinthe,
Apolliiiiiri Water, Kmnmels,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinlandjil, IVIiiluga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Itiosliiij?. Hocks, Etc., Etc.
All of which will ho hold
rgH rWyifTf 1 trTM Mt -VM tM .
UST rceelvul a Mipply of
J iiumbuo for making liats.
lllfoWN it CO.
Japanese Employment Agency.
1' -". I 'J, 510HI iiM '
f e iii'cttiiily iiilorin iiic
kS5aax6.' ' "one 01 iiiineiuiu inai uie
l'liuid- ui iit-iiilij, lloit lie Inn. opened 11
lap.tiieie 1 in iluyiiiuul Olllee ui .No III!
Kliit; nltL'i-t, west of Kekaullko Htieel,
where he will lie ready 10 promptly till
all onleiM for .ItipamVe lielii. Knelit.li
mid llawaiiiiu Fjiokeu. Hell Telephone
No. :iu;l. (Juleis from phuitatious soli
cited. 105 lw
,fESSRS. DODD & MILLER
ilJL h ivo iusi rem 1 veil ev AUhliulin
anothei lot of thai PHILADELPHIA
I.AUKIt HKKR" in keg-, which lhcy
aie offer lug in ilioir eiittumci'i-. 100 lw
L old fnthiim
fnthiimeil aitie'e in all tliivors
lt now for s.ilu at Hie iSu Cauily 1' 11c.
lory of Hurt & Co., lirower'u Ulock,
Hotel Btreel. IDS bi
55 is rvl
ail desonptions I
& CO Honolulu, H. T.
t&r 3iiu uui 'iviiiii, zitx
Sale a Full Assortment of-
AT LOWEST HATES by
steady, well. re.
Til HO. II.
DAVIKS & CO.
,i Vol'Ntl liemmii Woman wunis
XA. i'.c !i ioi ns lloutrkrepei.t'Uumiresg
or liititiiL'ii nurse. Address "A. H.,"
IJur.'.iTiN Otllcc. iy;i 3t
"JITHS. MONHOK, liullcb" uume, ku
XlX removed to No. 8, Kukui lune.
XTKS. STEVKNSOX, uccouchcuso
1X and ladles' mime, Testlmonlali
of 23 veiir exiii-rieneo nt Queen ' liar,
lotto Lying.in.Hospital, London. Other
islnn u inn olijecteii to, ttuaidcuee,
"Jorduu Houbu." ellool street. P. .
Box 473 ; Mutual Telv. 87?, 17(5 8ru