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Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the bctefil of nil.
THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1889.
There are ninny ruts and abound
ing dust at the l'ark end of the
"Waikiki road. If the Road Super
visor, or the Jockey Club, or both
together, can improve the road in
those respects before the 11th of
June, it would prove a great boon
to the crowds attending the races.
Another Chinaman is doomed to
hang for murder. It is not impro-.
liable that by this time, at the rate
crimes of violence had been nuilli
plying, several more would have
deserved hanging had not the la-st
penalty been carried out in the c.tbc
of those other two Chinamen a few
The llilo road to the Volcano is
being rnpidty pushed to completion.
Hilo will have lesb reason now to
growl at Honolulu receiving the
' lion's share of public money. The
Government will be morally bound
nest period to take over, with com
pensation, Mr. Peter Lee's road on
the Kau side.
"Handicraft" for May contains
the courses of instruction in the
workshops of Kamehameha School
Jor Hoys, except those in black
smithing, plumbing, and stone-cutting.
These courses indicate a
grounding in mechanical skill of a
thorough order, which will afford
not only means of livelihood at
those occupations, but a reserve of
capacity giving strength and inde
pendence of character to its posses
sors in more ambitious callings in
which they may engage.
It is gratifying to liarn from the
Hilo Record that the homestcading
policy of the Government is being
faithfully carried out on Hawaii.
The experiment of one gentleman,
in affording facilities to independent
.farmers for growing cane for the
milling corpoiatiou, will, it is to be
hoped, prove so successful as to in
vite imitation on the pait of mill
owners throughout the group. A
body of small direct producers is
one of the safest classes for wield
ing the electoral franchise. This is
an old doctrine of the Ri'i.i.etin.
Monuments of days arc the most
enduring of the ages. Anniversa
ries and more frequent festivals in
stituted in the dim mist of antiquity
are still observed, with their origin
and purpose clearly recognised,
while monuments of stone and met
als have crumbled or their inscrip
tions become so antique as to be
hard of interpretation even to the
iew pundits who make their divina-"
tion a specialty. A material monu
ment to American Independence
erected even in eveiy large town of
the Union would long ere this have
become only an object of casual in
terest, whereas the observance of
the Fourth of July keeps the story
of that great achievement peren
nially fresh in the hearts of young
and old of the millions. There are
monuments a plenty in American
cities and on the sites of battle
'fields, to commemorate the patriotic
btruggle for preserving national
unity a quarter of a century ago.
These aie rapidly becoming mere
cold historical landmarks, as those
who participated iu the events and
their near kindred are passing into
the "undiscovered country." "JMc
jnorial Day" has, however, risen on
the national horizon to renew pcr-
pctually to all generations the mem
ory of the patriot dead. Monu
ments have to be traveled to for
learning their story, but the memo-
rial anniversaiy has become graven
in all patriotio hearts, with repro
ductive power transmitting its im
pression to posterity. The pillar of
stone is generally partial in its rec
ord, commemorating mainly tho
wearom of plumes- and epaulets,
- Annual memorial cxeicises exhale
the perfume of praUe over the
ashes of the rank and file
whose duty done made the
issues worth' of commemoration.
And, as tho memorial preacher
pointed out the other night, the ce
lebration teaches the noble lesson of
.forgiveness, in its remembrance of
' the brave who fought and lost in a
mistaken cause. Moreover, tho peo
ple arc schooled on Memorial Day
in tho sacred duty of kindly remem
bering all tho dead and keeping de- i
, cent and comely tho "silent cities"
to which all are liasloning, They
nrc -nt. tli .tuna tlmo confronted
with the wholesome reflection that,
if their memories ate to bo re
vered in heart as well as in cere
mony, they must not be slaves to
sordid motives, nor seek ease of ex
istence iu aoidanee of duty, while
in the "land of the living."
The wild charge of the llilo Rec
ord against the Bui.i.tnix, for the
plea we put forth to have Honolulu
harbor further improved, iscnough to
take any but an old war horse's
breath away. It much reminds one.
however, upon a calm leconnoisancc.
of the fabled lebelliou of all I he
other organs and appendages of the
human body against the stomach,
for absorbing all the fruits of the
malcontents' labors. When a few
millions of money have been spent
iu trying to make safe anchorage for
ocean shipping nt the outpoits, with
out preventing the periodical neces
sity of vessels flying therefrom to
the port of Honolulu for shelter, the
arrant folly of.IIilo's present growl
will be appreciated. AYc want gold
mines in these islands, before begin
ning to invest extensively in Mich
enormously costly toys as bicak
waters on exposed beaches. Still,
Hilo, Mahukona, Kahului, and other
bights to windward will find the
Hum.etis to the front in pleading
their cause, whenever the occasion
demands any reasonable amount of
rehabilitation of their navigation fa
cilities. Even if all the Hilo dream
er's wishes should come true some
where far down the vista of futur
ity, at the rate land is being leclaim
ed on Oahu now, this island will not
be left stranded as a mere navigat
ing mark in the track of commerce.
It will take some ships, even, to
carry away the produce brought to
this port by the first little section of
the Oahu Railway. This is serious
and may one day be acknowledged
Emtoi: VLM.i.riN : In Saturday's
game between the Kiars and lCame
hamchas, Pahati caught out 13 men
on strikes, and Wilder caught out 7
men. Each had a passed ball, and
l'uhau made one enor, in throwing
to second base. Pahau has played
three games, and has caught out on
strikes 1 1 men, or an average of
about 1-1 to each game. In the
three games he has played, he has
only made two errors, and had six
passed balls. How it can be said,
in the face of this record, that
"Wilder's catching has not been
equalled on the Makiki diamond" is
a puzzle to tho public.
In this connection, it may not be
amiss to call attention to the fact
that Davis, the pitcher for the Ka
mchamehas, has allowed only one
earned run off his pitching in the
thiee games with the Kaiulauis, IIo
nolulus, and Stars, while the baiting
qualities of the Kanieliamchas may
be seen in the fact that in these
three games in which their oppo
nents have scored one earned run,
they have scored fifteen.
This may also be seen in the rec
ord of b.isehits ; for in the three
games that the Kamehamchas have
played, they have scored ill base
hits as against a total of lfl for the
other three clubs.
The high score of IS outs for the
Ivamehamehas at first base in the
last game, as against 15 outs for the
Stars at the bat, shows a batting
quality that would have changed the
score on Saturday but for the ex
ceptionally fine fielding of the Stars.
Even as to errors, the average
number per game on the part of the
Kamehamchas has been less than
that of any of the five clubs that
have played, except the Stars.
W. 15. O.
piIE Banking Homo of Clans
JL tspiockels &, Co. will close nt Vi
o'clock noon ro-MOIUlOW, the iJl't
Inst., out of respect to the niemnty nt
the hilo Hon. V. 0. l'.uke. 203 It
i ..i ...-...-.. ,.... ....... -. .. i. ,.. ...
rpiIE Binking Houpo of Bishop & Co.
X will close at 12 o'clrck noon TO.
MOKKOW, the tllsl inst., out of respect
lo Uiu memory of the luto Iluu. V. O.
Parke. 203 It
ALL peisoiirf having claims ngainst
ine will please leave them r.l
bprcekels' Hank before .Inno (Ph.
Honolulu, May f , ibbt. 2a 2t
ALL members of Ecclsior Lodge
. No 1, I. O, O. F are requested
to meet at their hill. Fort sticel, al
o'clock i. m., FRIDAY, for tho purposo
ot attending the funeral of their lato
Brother W. C. l'atkn. i'er order.
2G2 2t N. 0.
ALL merahcri' ol Haunony Lodge No.
iJ, I. (). O. F., arc requested to
in' el nt their hull, al 2 o'clook I. Ji.,
FRIDAY, tor the pm0-c of unending
tho fuucrnl of Brother YV. C. I'm Ito.
202 2t K. 0.
DArwr buUBTihi noNOUiMi, tr, i
(From the Jlilo Jicrordt Mu 28.)
The Rn.uniK, it seems, is waking
up to the fact that before long a
steamship line, with esscls too
largo to enter the port of Honolulu,
will probably be running between
some of the American const polls
and Australia. .So it is "grasping"
for more funds, wherewith to dredge
out the channel of that port and
deepen the harbor. Yes, Fiiend
Uri.ti.Tix; Honolulu, like the horse
leech's daughters), is continually
calling for "more, more." You have
had "ducats" enough poured into
your little harbor, during the pat
thirty years, to have made it as
deep as the Dead Sea. How much
more do you want? Just let your
little 8 by 10 pond rest awhile. It
is good "enough for the present;
gi"e some of the outside places a
chance. Hilo wants one good wharf
and a small bieakwatcr, and we will
take care of the big ships, and you
can have the small ones. We nrc
willing to be generous. What ships
you now have will be larpu enough
for all the produce you will have to
give, when M.iui and Hawaii nhip all
their produce direct from their own
ports. And the time is not far dis
tant when that will be done. Kahu
lui, Mahukona, and llilo are all
"grasping and ambitious" enough
to believe that they might just as
well ship their own produce fro'ii
there, as to ship it to Honolulu for
reshipment. So, Mr. lln.i.r.Tis,
don't be so "avaiicious" as to want
all the Government pap and shove
us off with the scrapings of the
pudding dish. Re generous and let
the outside ports have a little of the
Government money to fit up their
wharves and landings with.
OPERA HOUSE I
Saturday Eveniug, June 1st,
Great Variety Combination
Will appear after a very successful
tour of these Isl.imls. Also,
Who have just lcturncil from S.m
Francisco aftci a sncrcsful en-
gngimenl And Hie
ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND
Under direction of Mi. Berger.
Cgyliox plan for n served Fcits will
open at 1 lie nlllco of I.cjvis J. Levey on
Fi'nlny morning at 9 o'clock. No extra
Egyl'opiilar pi ices. Look out for an
inniieii'-e piogiammu later. 202 41
T!ic l'ilK! Al KtenniMliIp
" City of Peking,"
Of the I'aciflc Mull S'camship Com.
pany will be due al Honolulu
Irom Sail Fiancitcooa
June 9, 1889,
And will leave for the above ports on
or about that dale
EJ?"For freight or passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & Co,,
283 l!t Aguits
initio and gelding, im.
t orled slock, 0 Mid d
r' - jcirbold rebjiirtivi'h,
will drive single or double, kind and
gentle and C"n ho diiven by a Italy or
child. Apply in
0. YV. MACFARLANE,
2i?l fit Or to the i'.iniheoii ambles.
BY a" Young Poriugucfe who will givo
good tccuiitv fcr his conduct, ft
situation In a stnio will niithe himself
useful at any kind ot statu or ollice
work. Apply to
UONSALVFN & CO.,
lr8 lw Queen Miect.
Mr.s. If. MACMILLAN
HAS coinniciircil Dressmaking, Cut.
ting and Fitihiir, at her ru-hlcncu
No J!)t Ntiuanu Avtntic. ntXl to Kagle
Hoiibu, IMI Telephone 180 21S lm
AK. ROW AT, Veierinary Surgeon,
oflleo and phnriiiaei at IJitwailaii
Hotel KiuIiIls Loruci Hotel autl it chaid
meets, f-elcnllllu lieatua-nt in all di
eases of doiiKsMc nniimds Onlers for
plantation nnd much stock ptomptly
attended to, Mutual Telephone) ilfit,
I", 0 ISox 32(1. mh.lS R'J
Ban Fhancibcc, Cal.,
Fohiuary 10, 18i0
WE herewith certily that JlessiB.
Dodd ik Miller tiro our duly an.
thori.ed and only agcius for Hut lln
wul.an Islands lor the sal'i of our Lager
liter in keg-
JOHN W1ELAND 11BEWINO CO.,
190 tf .John ll.Wieland Urps
wtwww '. y ygSJy Ti'y, '
Auction Salos by Lewis J. Lovoy,
On FRIDAY, May 1, 'SO,
XT 1 O'CLOCK V. 11.,
I will "oil at l'ulilir Auction, tit Wide-
tnann's Wuri house, rear of II.
II lick fold & Co.
30 bbls MINERAL OSL
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
2(12 9t Auctioneer.
Auction Sales by James P. Morgan.
For Sale .Jffig
ArXi At An, -linn
On Saturday, June 1,
AT ISJ O'CLOCK XOO.V.
At the Old Oust- m "our Wlmrf, 1 will
sell ni I'utiliu Auction
The Hawaiian Schooner "RAINBOW,'
SOSMGO ton burden, as -lii' now
lies, with go il suit of
Sails, Anchors, Chains, Rigging, Ro.it, &c.
Ami at I lie sninc time
Largo Scow with Anchor & Chain.
CS- The 'xc-cl Is in good onler and
oilers a desiinble chance lo pirtios In
engige in the iulii-i-luml triulu.
JAS. F. MGKCSAX,
On Saturday. June 8, 1S8J)
At the miction room of .las. F. Morgan,
Honolulu. Oiihu, will be sold lu the
That Gertaiu Tract or Parcel of Land,
dilu.itul at &aiil Honolulu, Oahu, lying
at the north of the premises belonging
to John I). Holt, Ebip, anil ill the ue-1
of .Mis. Murie Ap til's premises, about Gl)
feet v iile and about 'JO feet in length;
and being the s-ame premises cinvejcd
lo KeoinuUo li dtcil of Iviwaalauhi, r'.
cor.ud in LUar 10, p'igo 2.S.), a vety
good i.iml foi home tend
(ST For futlhcr p-i tieul.irs ii quire of
WILLIAM C. ACM I,
Attorney for lb-- lleiib ol KeoinoUo
"JVTOTICE U hereby gheti, that the
JJN undersigned h".is diMiaim-d the
goods and chattels of Chung Lung,
Niiuanu street, for arrears ol icnt, and
ilia' lhesaid good- iiucl chattels will be
bold at I'titiltc Auction, at ihchalc-ro in
of .las. F. .Morgan, Honolulu, on is AT UK
DAY, June lflili, at 10 o'clock A. M , to
satisfy said an cars of rent.
MST OF AIITICI.KS:
1 rollei, 1 cutler, 1 roller, 0 tool", 1 long
cutter, punches and chisels, 1 vise, 1 pipe
holder, I square a -uiviN, 1 et mallets,
1 pipe cutter, (1 c c. ito is 2 hainmcis, 1
wieiieh, i pair cutlers, : longs, 1 -huul,
I crow b ir, li du-t pan-, 21 di-h p ins, 4
kettles t iIUIius. 18 Unties, II milK pans
1 milk pans, (i n ilk c ins, 4 toiches.
Chinese Employment Qiuce
rT-lTT.? ilnlliiii.iiriil il liprrv In nrilifvtllM
1...J ......V-- -.. ,- J ..-
inii.lic thai he tin- opened a ''hi.
tiese limiilovnunt ulllce, at mi :',7 ICini;
street, will lake conlrtets foi carpeniei
woik, puiiiliig, cic. Mcspagcs Melivercd
to the Chinese. Mutual Telephone 3S5.
No charm; lor piling ferv nils'. Olhce
in Lack Lung Chung's eatpenler shop.
2571m LUE CHU.
GOOD Familv lio.ud for a limited
number or genllemen not exceed,
ing 0 iiei.-ons. Fo pariiculais a"ily to
W. F. REYNOLDS,
2C'l If At T. O. I hi inn's stoto
ANY Quia tej'y HI1U to March 31,
1S8SI, duo hv tlie Hawaiian Car
ting Mauiiltietiiilng Co. will lie paid
E. G. SCIIU.MAN,
257 lr Manager. II. 0. M. Co.
MB. LOUIS ADLER begs to info'm
thu public tint he has received
un elegant nssniiment of l.ndiu. and
iient's Uoot, Shoes ai d Slippers by tho
last mi aim r. 21b 'm
IN arcoidaneo with tho provisions of
Section 111, Chuptei XXXV ol he
session LiiwsottHBS, 1 have legUieted
at the Iiitviiior (Hike my hiaml, "X." lor
use on horses and mule-, puicha.se I ihu
2Mb of May, ltttll, fi'm the llou .1 I.
Dowsett, and otiginullv regiotered Ucio.
her Mil, 1S40, by .lohn Sleek Hr.
S. M. DAMON.
Honolulu, Jlay 27, 18S0 200 lw
rpiIE parincrsliip iicittofoie oxiBting
JL between Sum Qtiai, Cluing Lung
and l'lng Ilin, doing cirpenur hu-iiuss
under the linn uhiiii! ol Tuck Lung
thong, hits been dissolved, Bam Quai
M'llini! out his iniere-t lo lliu oth' r iwu.
Tlie remaining partners nf ihu sd llrui
of Tuck Lung Chong will cotiilnuoBiid
business under the Hi in name of Tuck
Lung Chung, mid hcichy givo notice
ilnu ihey will nut bj responslhb for any
delits eontinrud by bum Quid Jn Um
TUCK LUNG CHONG.
Honolulu, May 21, 18SS, 38 lw
mat m. leso.
. line n'torimcnt oi
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS I
Also, a freMi lot or
Larc mid Sin ill
For Sale in Bond or Duty Paid.
S. Crinbaum & Co.,
Queen Strcel. lm
w- B U Y -aa
STILES ai QUALITIES !
Frank S. Auerbach,
Accountant, Book-keeper and
Purchasing Agonl & Collector.
ESyfllcc at J. K. Itrown & Co, Mer
rlmiit Mnct. I' ) Mux No..tO!t noil
IVIiMilinnu No. 17.2 Mutual Telephone
No ;JU0 CJ lin.8!4l
25 Cent3 Pound.
Picked Every Day !
WOLFE & Co.
t?Gi.tpcs for ordois lo he filled for
the other 1-1 inds, will bo picked right
from the vines. 245 lm
The ' cutitifiil Seaside Iti-ort at Wai
kiki (toiinerly the re-nloice of Col.
O. W. Jlacfurlaiie), known ns
Tue I'r mists consist of
Lanal 40x40, Dining Room, Pantry,
Kitchen & 5 Bedrooms,
AH partially lunii-lnd
Bowling Alley, Billiard Room and 3
Large Bedrooms & Dressing Rooms.
One Building on. beach,
Bath Houses, Wash Rooms, Etc.
Large nnd Commodious
Stables vItli Carriage House.
Upp'r Fh or fnt-d villi Lingo Airy
Bourn- suiiable for seivaut-,
etc., etc There, aie
Large & Well-laid-out Grounds,
Connected with the Premises on which
could be eiecitd collages for visitors,
should lliu pi ic" ba (.(inverted into a
hotel, for which ii isadiiiiiably adapted
lliu Diithiiig inciiillo. equal
along (lie line of beach.
flSrl'licd Premises will ho lenFcd for
ateim of years to luspon-iblu panics,
For further particular.- apply lo
V. G. IK WIN & CO.
EST A SprinRfhld Gas Maeh no la
on ut l'ienii-ui .in i ilio pipes iiu in'o
al i ho above liuilduigs upr2r).'U
Searcher of Records
? ueral Writer A Conipilcr.
Ofriei;. m Klng-slrcit (nndci's Kxpr ps),
T'l"(huUO No h(J A'jsliaels of Tlllci
made, with accunuy and dispatch.
r iilUa f
-SK SAFES I "S-
Irclfflts', Jewelers', Plantalious SieMoii & Wall Safes,
DWELUPJG HOUSE SAFES,
Willi Jluibletop nnd Buck Grained, imitation of any wood.
&ST ISLAND OKD12KS SOLICITED.
T. H. HOBFtOW,
CO Fort street, Honolulu, Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
I 250 lm
The Finest Line of iiiinery goods !
Untrimmed Hats for tysisses' and Children,
Flowers, Tips, Hut Trimmings, Fancy Itibbons, Etc.,
Wire Hat Frames, Wire Bonnes Frames,
In all tho Now Shades;
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Gauzes, All-over Silk Laccn, New Wash Mnto
rinls, in while, plain and figmed; Hoy's Shirt Waists,
S'inc tiauib's Wool Underwear, JEIaimcl Coats and Vests,
All-wool (.v-'rshiits, Etc., Etc., just leceivcd by the "Umatilla" by
The Leading Millinery House, cor. Pott & Hotel ftn.
88 Ss SO
B. I. EHIEBS & CO.
EUROPEAI and AMERICAN
gg3 N. B. On and after May
of our DiesMiuiking Kooins.
-OFFER AT BED
California Hay, Oats, Bran,
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, Boiled Barley,
Middling- Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
Telephones, No. 175.
New Zealand Jams !
JUST rcccivul ti cumignment of New
Zealand .1 um, n-sortcd cases. For
b'de al low price- hv
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 Mei chant sti eet.
BEAD THIS 1
WE take Photos for $5 per dozen,
und arc selling line island viowb
foi $2 CO pet dco.i, with the verv best
finish J. A. GOXSALVES,
2fi0 lm 12!) Foit street.
FOB SALE CHEAP
A YOUNG Saddle
aiiimal tot a boy), and
Colt. Saddle, bridle,
--t- ele .thrown in to malio
a lurgain. Apply at this ollice. 251 tf
STOllE TO LET
'"IMIEStoio nt nrcsent occtt.
1 pled by E. C. Bowe,
8&iiiaH Wav's Hh ck, King Btrc t. at
IcaSOIIIl'ilC rcilllll. 1'OSBCaSlOll given JUIIO
1st, l-8D. Apply to
lf,8lf J. G. ROTH WELL.
rv T?UHNI.-I1ED Hoomsto let,
ft""5?A) JL niiiiihwest corner of
Ec?iS2aa I'lliiclihowl and licntiulu
strccls, would bo very coiivuiiient for a
binall laniiiy. 2D5 Oin
"M. A A HOUSE with 8 large and
f-?! J. 2 small rn. ins wiih kit.
figtSs&ii clien and bathroom atluchid,
on AlHkcii Mrcet, rpnn-uie 111, Mr.
Am v to J 1
ply to John Cook, on i.ie.
mlses, oral ilijs ollice, 21U If
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
. . 1 nhw cutuniiir uir-
5Sl 1 liago just llnished
Xv, and handsomely tiimiued
in tirst clas- stylo must bu immediately'
sold to close an assignment, can bo seen
at W II Page's oirriago ui'inufaetiiry,
No. 123 Foil rtreel.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
& LOCK CO;
DcsigiiH JC3 All Pi ices.
r. k. KMrrri, Ageni.
OlPJErSXWG - -
loth, MISS CLAlUv will havo charge
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
THE 'Emerson Homestead,'
lif.onl i Til II , cltt,.,l,l In
feMJa W aialtia. Oahu, H. I., com.
prising a large house with 10 rooms,
kitchen, pantry, barn etc., 11 acres of
choice land now partly in taro nnd other
vegetables, mid a lieh pasture ot ti
nous within half a mile. Pure water is
biotiglit to the house and grounds from
never failing springs, Ihe supply of
which can ho indeliniicly increased in
quantity. There u a gooif carriage rond
to Honolulu, 23 miles distant, also to the
steam hunt landing, less than half a
mile distant, wheio steamers from the
citv touch three limes a week. 'J he pic
turesrpie scenery, 11110,0111111110' and un.
rivalled waiei'pilvilcgo mako this a
most d''6iral)lu place for a country re.
treat and sanitarium. Terms moderate,
For further hifulimuioti npnly to
J. A. MAG0ON,
257 tf Honolulu.
Desirable Cottage To Let
KSV.a. ""tOTI'AUE, cornei
Am W South streets,
WggSgfi 10 minutes walk
corner King and
Ollice. Lofty moms, oil conveniences,
Kent reasonable. '
J. E. BKOWN & CO.,
255 tf 28 Merchant street.
Will practice in tlio lower courts of the
Kingdom as aitorney, attend to collect,
lug iu all its brunches, renting of houses
and any other business entrusted to h)fn,
Ollice 91 Kingriireet-Upstnirs.
K. W. WILCOX,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Also sole agent for the filncic Window
Fcretns, Coinliined Bevel hqiiares, Stan.
dard, Goodrich, ou:., dewing Machluej,
Blcjclci, Ti icicles, Yeloclpedes, etc,
Olllc , corner of Hethel nnd King sts.,
ALEX. FLOIIB, Lock & Gunsmith,
lias rciniivid opposite iu Ihe pre
mises occupied formerly by MnxEckart
as 11 jewelry store, next door to II off.
bchhiogcr & Co., in the Damon Block,
Bethel ttreot. 240 lm