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PUdfiil to ntithcr Sect nor Fatty,
lint titablhhtd for the btntfit of all.
SATURDAY, AUG. 24, 1889.
Mr. li. Severance, Consul
Geueral of the 1'nited States, was
cordially received liei e by the Ring
uud the iuhabltauts geneinlly. He
ports to the contrary in San Fran
vIboo paper9, we nrc desired to
sfiitjA nrc without any foundation.
"A recipe for expelling mosquitoes
it given by the morning paper from
the Scientific American. The me
thonSia to evaporate gum of camphor
in ivUp. .vessel over a lamp, r This
was tried by the writer of these
lines, with the result f n narrow
escape from the fire department's
attentions. Although care was taken
tbntljl' should not ignite, yet it went
fefl'Buddcnly in a blaze.
Mr. Fernandez's letter, for which
we are indebted to the courtesy of
Hon. J. f. Kawainui, is a trust
worthy report of the position of tbo
Hawaiian proselytes to Mormonism
at Salt Lake City. An attempt is
exposed to entrap these people into
what is practically life servitude. If
the Government cannot reaoh the
dupes now in Utah, something surely
can be done to prevent others from
" The Hawaiian Political Associa
tion has appointed Tuesday, Nov.
26ras nomination day for Nobles
and Representatives. This organi
zation's platform is chietly constitu
tional amendment to secure an
equal suffrage and elective public
ollicera for all important positions.
The Elele claims that the seciet so
ciety captured by Deputy Sheriff
Lyman in ITainakua was simply a
branch of the Association, and de
fies the authorities to find anything
treasonable or seditious in its organ
isation or principles.
The constitutional conventions in
the several new States of the Union
are regarded as golden oppoi Utilities
by different kinds of hobby riders.
In the North Dakota conention the
woman suffragists scored a great
triumph one day when they had a
provision entered giving the Legis
lature power to grant suffrage to
wom.cn. .A moie conservative fit
sei.ed the delegates next day, how
ever, when it was decided that the
important -question should be de
cided by the people at the polls.
How insignificant our greatest mi
f1 tional and private concerns are,
compared with hundreds of private
enterprises in the United States!
Still, in proportion to population
our responsibilities and aggregate
wealth are even greater than theirs.
The grand total of the Northern
Pacific Railroad Company's bonded
indebtedness is $120,000,000. Hen
ry Villard has broached to the direc
tors the prodigious plan of issuitig :v
giand consolidated mortgage of
8160,000,000 for the purpose of re
tiring the whole of the outstanding
bonds of the company.
THE PANAMA CANAL.
A special correspondent of the
New York Herald at Panama, writ
ing under date, of August .r, speaks
in a hopeful tone ot the prospects
of the canal. Ho says: "It is not
too much to f-ay that at no former
period have the prospects ef the
scheme as a scheme, I mean, with
out reference to De Lesseps' enter
prise appeared more promising."
The grounds for this sanguine feel
ing are contained in the following
"According to official data re
ceived here direct from headquart
er, M. Unmet has been successful
in advantageously placing the un
told lottery bonds witli a syndicate.
Tbey realized 31,000,000 francs, of
which AJ0,p00,'000 francs liavo gone
to payments, leaving in the hands
of M. Hrunet the round aiiin of
It ,000,000 francs, which by a recent
law is 'exempt fioin all other daiiUM.'
Out of this sum SOO.OOO or (11)0,000
fmncs will bo disbursed to. cover
the expenses of a 'commission of
engineers, contractors and technical
wen' to survey the entire ivoiks and
calculate the lime and expenditure
necessary to complete llio work,
"That jepoit will in nil probabil
ity bo to tho effect that the canal
can bu.coinploted under proper miiu
goinent in from four to live years
and ut u cost of from (100,000,000
to 700,000,000 francs, It may be
found that tlm work can be douo jit
much lets time and for smaller tout,
but I quotu the outside figures sug
gested , by the most iensonblo and
competent Judges hereon the spot,"
THo. Intttrfuttlonnl Anioricafi Cou I
gfM' r,t Washington, to mtc on J
wcioncr -, is rcgarucii "iiu mgi'
anticipations by people at tho Isth
mus. Kvcrythitig from that somen
is regarded as inordinate to tho
great question of the establishment
of frequent, regular and cheap
steam communication between the
ports of the I'nited States and those
of Central and South America. The
bals of such a scheme will be sub
sidies from the countries inteiested,
and the lieiald correspondent says
that, as tbo "carrying of the flag
and commerce of the United States
is the principal point involved, the
United States Government must b;
prepared to pay the lion's share."
At present there is only one line of
steamers, the Pacific Mail, i tinning
on the Pacific Coast, and the vessels
do not proceed further than Panama.
ThcsB steamers nrc called "back
numbers," in speed "simply tubs,"
as regards accommodation "a
quarter of a century behind the
age." Once the problem of com
munication between the United
States and the southern countries iB
satisfactorily solved, it is considered
that all the rest will be compara
tively smooth sailing.
Besides Honolulu's interest in the
consummation of n maritime high
way across the isthmus, we have
also much to hope from tha inaugu
ation of a more liberal policy toward
ocean steamships by the United
States. Therefore, the International
Ameiieaii Congress may be regard
ed by ourselves with hopeful feel
ings.. HAWAIIANS IN OFFICE.
A PiLU.i.riN rept emulative called
on tin: Minister of Finance this
morning, and piopounded to him the
O. There lias been ioma com
ment in the foreign p.ipers, to the
effect, that Ilawaiians were not re
ceiving due consideration in the mat
ter of employment in the different
departments' of the Government, and
I have called to inquire if you could
give the Hl'u.utix information as to
the number ot persons in Govern
ment service of all grades, in fact,
every person who receives tegular
pay from the treasury'
A. '1 hat is certainly an inter
esting question anil I shall be pleas
ed to gie you all the information
that is at my disposal. It may take
some days, but 1 will confer with
the dittcrent departments and will
s,eiid you a statement as soon as the
statistics can be made up.
.Mr. Damon, in further conversa
tion, gave some statistics fioni data
under his hand bearing on the ques
tion, but theie is no object in giving
them in advance of a general state
ment. Tiie Minister finally re
inaiked: "Can I be of service to
yon in any other way V"
This kindly pioil'er was met with
a question regarding a financial
topic, which was answered with a
promise of full information ou the
next closing of monthly accounts.
Then the icpoiter raised another in
Q Are you aware of any particu
lar effect the news of our trouble
may have made abioad?
A. In San Francisco the opinion
was that the Government had done
well in its prompt suppression of
the outbicak. The feeling was that
it would not affect any Hawaiian
security, and it has not disturbed
our trading interests in San Fran
cisco in the slightest. We have had
no word us yet legarding the effect
of the news in Loudon, but the
sentiment of ban Francisco being so
reassuring would have a good In
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
The following are booked to leave
on Ibe Zcnl.indm: Ilia Kx. C W Ash
foid.C 1 Franklin, J D Uduwda, Mrs
K V McOlKMiey and two childicn,
L Met'besnev, A l'uyc, .1 M LydgaUv
Geo F Kenton and wife, It V "Wal
lace, wifo and child, II P Wood and
wife, K Subr, H Fooko, Kev l)r Dwi
nell and wife, C S Thomas, wile, and
1 ebildicn, Capt U F Smith. J D
Schuyler and wifo, U F Allaidt, Mrs
W W Hall, O IloifiWell.Cieo C Reck
ley, K (i Selinman, l)r E S Bidden,
Tho IIumxiin received letter on
the Atifetralia from Mrs. CSeo. C.
Heckley, ilulcd London, July loth.
The Hon. John A. Cummins and sou
were m Loudon at that date. Mr.
Ciimmlnu iliinkK tlieic is no city like
London. They were to leavu for
ew Voi k July USth on the North
Gtrninn Lloyd Hue's Alter. All tho
places of Intel est have been visited.
In London they met Mr. nnd Mrr.
J. T. Wuterhouse, Sr., II. Dlinond,
Dr. AValicra, Mrs. Molt Smith uud
fiunilv, Mrs. McHrydo and family,
Pol. t;. V. Macfnrlnue, and Mr. K.
M. Wnlslij who all expected too te
I'aris within u fortnight. Mis.
Iteckley, Mr. Cuiuininu and win
were present at n fete at tho Crystal
l'alacu, given ill honor of the Shall,
mid saw the I'lineu nnd l'riiiccBd of
WuIps, their two dauglitors, and tlio
Kail of Kilo. Mr. Cummins vUlted
the IIouhch of l'aillament,
Mrs, Heckley, Mr. Cummins and
ion arrived in Sun Francisco the
dv Ucforp llic Anttrttlia suiled.
f yVnftijW ki ;r Aiwr7w;.J
HMVAIIANS H DISTRESS AT SALT
Salt Lakh Citt, Utah,
lulv 27, 18R!.
Jo. U. ICawainui & Mns. Kawainui,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
Everlastingjlove to you both. At
Inst we have lime to write to you.
We left Snn Francisco, C'nl., on
the 10th ult., at 7 o'clock in the
eening, and cnuie on for the Salt
Lake colony, the place where our
Mormons aie so c"agcr to go. When
we got there, together with Major
Sam' I Parker's family wc rcinuiLcd
one day, and then they left us. We
slaved there for a few days. Dur
ing that time we met several native
Ilawaiians, and saw with our eyes
everything concerning the way they
live here. Thc'wVite Moiuions are
not ill-using the Ilawaiians who are
heie, they are in gi eat distress a.t
present, and pitiful to look at. They
have made a very great- mistake in
thinking that this is a great country
of plenty for litem; for, alas, it is
not so. They have been greatly
misled by thctalk of the Mormons
at Honolulu. Those Mormons ex
aggerated tiling far beyond the
truth, and as l Have seen it tor my
self, I have telegraphed to D. A.
McKinley, the Hawaiian Consul
General at San Francisco, Cal., to
see if something can be done for
these Ilawaiians here at Salt Lake
City, They arc indeed in great dis
tress. The total number of Ilawai
ians here is 75, and only nine of
them have any kind of a shelter,
while the balance, has to sleep out
in the open air on the grass with
nothing but a blanket for a cover
ing. Another thing ;is, they cannot
met employment, and, what is worse,
they hardly have anything to eat;
we have to supply Ihcm with flour
from day to day.
Wc leave Salt Lake City on the
28th inst., and will go to St. Paul
and from thence on to Chicago and
right along to New York. This is
indeed a niiseinblo nlaoe. Intense
heat and plenty of dust, while sick
ness pievails all over the city. We
enjoyed good health all the way
from San Francisco until wc arrived
here. The heat at this place at pre
sent is at 1 10 degrees. I think you
had better publish something about
this matter ltgarding the treatment
of Ilawaiians here; it may lie the
means of keeping back those who
arc wanting to come.' Those who are
already here feci very sorry that they
ever left their country and their
homes, selling their lands at a great
sacrifice. You will please inseit
something in tie Kuokoa, so that
the Mormon leaders will know the
late that has fallen upon these pco
pie through their evil designs. 1
cahiiot write at length to you upon
this matter at present, as I have
but very little lime; but when I get
to New York I will write again.
JTgThe number of natives who return
by this vessel are twelve, this I have
informed our Consul. The Mor
mons who wanted to see Salt Lake
City so badly, and left home for that
purpose, have had their curiosity
satisfied. Rome of them arc really
nfiaid of the white Mormons, they
even kneel before the elders. I have
had a great deal of dispute with
tome of the white Mormons here,
and of couise they are angiy wjlh
me. I have made strong demands
on them to leturii the Uawaiiaus
back to Honolulu, but they
flatly refused to do so, that is one
reason w iy I telegraphed over to
our Consul. The white Mormons
arc about to start up an agricultural
company whereby they will make
slaves of the Ilawaiians. I have
advised the natives never to allow
themselves to be roped in by any of
these cunning and underhanded do
ings of the Mormons, and the ma
jority of them have listened to my
advice. I also advised the few who
have a little land not to sell it in or
der that they may have an interest
in this companyUhat is to be start
ed. The white Mormons intend
making slaves of the Ilawaiians by
binding them under contracts for
the peiiod of, fifty ycais, which time
they are to remain laboio.t's for the
company. Those arc the class of
white men who will never tell the
truth, but will always lie to suit
their ends. So you had better pub
lish all theso facts and make some
strung arguments on it so all may
see. and satisfy themselves.
Auction Sales, by Lewis J. Levey.
On Kftonclay, Aug. 26th;
AT J!i O'CLOCK XOON,
I will cell ,it .Piihlio Aitetlott, in my
hjlctit oinc, foi uecpunt of v, lioin-
k in-iy concern,
Marked S, II In diamond, C:
4!' 1 ,,n , rhirco.il linns.
No, 830 81!i- caaitb C'locUa,
Drtiiiiigctl liy i)H Water nn voyage of
iiilpniiiitioii i hmk ".Inn, L. Ilurwity,"
from Itottou to llnnolupi,
Terms Cash in U S, Gold Com,
L12WIH J. TBVISV,
3 Hflt Auetlfineer,
rPHE DAILY BULLETIN-'
1 moil populu' pupur pulilUlitiu,
UONOJ.UJiU,"H."I. AUGUST 3-1, )e.
Auction Sales by James F. tiorg&n.
By ord.irofMlt. CHAM WALL, I will
sell at l-ubll A.ntlon, atmy
Salesinom, Qui en ;M.,
On "MONDAY, Aug. 2Glli,
at is o'cr.m k soot..
HIS - RESIDENCE!
On Llllha 't-t i, mij liibi.; the p i.pcrty
ti' C.t tain Tripp. ,
The Lot h' it fn nt.igo of a'oti'ISO
fell on Li Mm strut t ml isitbttuUOJ
feet ilien 'llicte ii a ' '
Large Dwelling Kous?,
On tin' propei lv, c nt'ilitltiR. Lutje Pur.
lor, Slltitifr Hiii m, 2 Bcdio m Ve'it.nla
Remit", Dining nnmi, Kic, Oik ami
ltii U House, Slil les, Servant ' 1I ul,
'Hie Lot Is v c 11 rpvernl wbh pri'f
nnd pltintoJ wi'li a yiirkty of liees.
W.-iler laid on tl.r ttijrh ml.
1 lie liA't-iMni: llott-e li in grotl rn.
pair and the rooms .icd vcriitnlus are
lurgc anil r.by
(ySSTTwo thirds nf lite ptirchtsc money
can remain mi mortg'tn
EST For ftuther pattlciilnrs apply to
JAS. P. MORGAN,
Change of Type in 5 Seconds !
,, Hog in Plain Sight!
Simple and Durable 1
3? Call ami see sample mac-Line at
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
(Jcunr.it fbgents for Hawaiian Itl.uuls.
(( n Ie)
PerS. S. Australia,
Al The Beaver Saloon
IS. J. XOITK, rroprietor.
FOIl SAX FliAXCISCO,
TIil Al StcuinMilp(J
Will havu Honolulu for tho above
Friday, August SO,
Tor Freight or 1 usstige, apply to
"WM. O. IHWIH & CO., Agouti.
TK T13S5 MIJPRKMK COUNT
X of il.e Ilftwnllitu Lhi-Jils. In t'.e
matter ol tlm IltiuKiunuy of Kielmnl
Cavford, I'.v nlii til a Peti i(.n for niljii'M
cation wiiH filed on Ihu i-'Oih duv of Ait.
5ust. I88!i, in nnld Court. Ileforc Mr.
JiiHilce IMckcrton. 'Iliel'fllulay of An.
Ujion niullng tho i-ntit Pctlllnu, and
iiiinti nioof hutorn m tnleii, I do tlnd
Hint Iho Mdd lllOlAIU CAYFOIID
linn liecomo n liiinUrupi wlililn the tiun
Intent nnd tneaninu ot ilm Act Bpproed
on the 2'Jili dny of AtiRiiBt, 1881, entitKd
" An Aet to regulnlu nioceedliifw in
ltankruptcy in the Iliiwnllnu Island "
Ami I do hereby declare, and ndjiidgii
li 1 in llinkrupl iiecf rdlmjly.
And 1 do Inrtber o.der Ihat tbo Cm li
tors of the cild HanUriin: (imno m nnd
prove tt elr debts 1 cforomth Justice of
tliuHuprrnin Coilit as.bnll het-lllliiK in
Olmttlbers ul Alilnlanl llulc, limit) u it,
it tho COth day of AiiunM, 18b'', lie.
iwceii the Initiu of 10 o'( lock In tliu fore
noon and noun of llio mid day, and elect
one or mine As-igueo or Asslgnech of
tho pniil HnnKriipl'rt estate,
And that nijtieotlieieolbu published
in Iho 1)aii. Jlui.i.iCTiN ucwbpuiicr pub.
IHheJ in Honolulu, lu the Kngilsji Ian,
And thr.t tho suld UauUiipt shall
Iniinedlaicly lilu with the Ulurl: of this
Honorable Court n seliLdulp of his C're.
dlmrs and Ascts, hh iciptlreij by ihu
IllOlin F. IHOKRHTON,
JiiKtltnof tint rtupit'inii Court,
AWiilii.'i uiihT. i'Mity i'ii-iK,
Dated llonolulti, May 31, 1669, '
irtw H tK
"" "b! hkMr .!
M ' -"-.
"The earth hath bubbles, as (he walcr has, mul these arc of ficm."
Now that, tho two big bubbles blown up to such size in the Dah.t
Bui.txTtx by jealous rivals of llio grand old Mutual, have been pricked
and bursieii, it is easy to understand how much space an ndvettisement
can occupy and still contain nothing lint wind, nnd as the creators of both
bubbles have publicly admitted their inability to prove tliu contonts other
than wind, the mystified readers may now find that "There i3 rest for the
"Iji 'io?if8 talc
It is a pluln, unadulterated and incoutrovertable fact that the Oldest .,.- - ,
Active Life Insurance Company in the United Stntea and the Largest'5 '- "" ' . "', '
Financial Institution in the World is -The Mutual Lilo Insurance -. .
Company rfr Mow York. -A- .",
Hero "Indeed, he hath on excellent good name." Ursula
"Ilia excellence did earn it ere he had it." '
Mt'ctt Ado Aiiout Nothing.
The excellent good name which the Mutual Life Insurance Company
bears is the direct result of a business career extending over the past half
century. Duiitig this time it. Im earned a deservedly high reputation for
honorable dealing, prompt settlement of losses, liberal policies, hrgc pro
tits, antl unquestionable security. No company offers greater inducements
to persons contcmplatinginsurancc.
"He is well paid that is well satisfied."
MmtciiANT or Vunici:.
Kvcryonc who holds a policy in the Mutual Life is more than well
satisfied, nnd ot without ample reason": for no other Life Insurance Com
pany in the World has ever equalled the actual results of policies matured
and paid by the Mutual Life, and no other company can show equal pro
fits apportioned to policies in force, as can be shown by the Mutual Life.
"Bosom tip my Council, you'll find it wholesome."
Kino Hemky VII L
If you want real genuine insurance, cheap insurance, and piolilable
insurance; and non-foifeitabie insurance, and incontestable insurance;
insurance that can't get away from you, that covers you completely and
comfortably like a blanket; insurance that will be paid promptly when it
is dlic without vexations worry or delay, without any deduction or fuss
whatever; insurance that will provide against every contingdncy that
httiiian wisdom can foresee, Insure in Tho Mutual Lilo Jnsiiranco
Company of New York. A. 1). THOMAS,
!t28 If Executive Special Agent the Mutu.il Life Ins. Co.
By nrderorWp.JOHN HIND. Manner
ef tlm SjiitrMul Co., I rill sell at Pub
At linpnnu, ICoIinlnu
On FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
August SOtb (tnil 31st,
AT 1 O'CLOCK 1". 31.,
87 Ual.Mules aMHaruBSSBS
15 Horses and Stares,
Cano WngonB, Cane Land,
Houses, House Lots,
lJlacksniith's & Carpenter's Tools,
And a complete assortment of
Airatal Imliinhi !
'I he Macliiuniy of the nlmvo Mill
i'. in flist-elRfis orlcr, oflVrs for
which art colicitcd anil tom-ists of
One 26x48 Mill with Engine,
1 Pair Pollers, 0x20;
1 fioubl.' Kfi'ect, n nml 7 feat V.n-,
1 Vacuum Pan ( ft. w ith Blake Pump
3 Weston Centrifugals & Engine
Tog. tlitr with the usual assort,
Clariflers, Cleaning Pans, Coolers, &c.
And other Machinery iiuinlly found
in a weU.Kppolnted Mill.
Sarl-'or fuither pnrllctil tra npply to
Win. J. BKODIE,
322 lt.d lf0 3Uw Aiiiitlouecr
Cnrringo For .Sstlo Cheap.
NliW C tunder Car
ri.ice jn?t tlnUlird
nnd h mbomely tt immed
In firni clabi ctyle; niiibt he immediately
Mild to olom; nn usicnment. Applvto
HAWAIIAN BlINKSS AOKNOY.
Cottage To Let.
fitsx a A XEW one ftory Cottage
Aj-2 i. un upper pait of Lllllin
feSSisCil street, couialnlne C rooms
nicely papered nnd )nlnt(ad, bath' room,
ldtc nit, nleu lawn, shiule tiecs, etc.
Will bf remi'd reasonable to a j;o7jd ten-
HAWAIIAN i:U&INESS AGENCY.
r3t. A TW Store lately occupied
JM5 X hy B. O. ltowe, WW's
SSSgiiS lil'eU, King stret t, at reason.
able rental. IVaosslon iriven nt once.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AOLNOY.
"pHE best lemedy for
rfj 1 woiiiiili, tilerrs,
,W'SB?'-W gall6, pimul llesli and
X"JSi"5w ooreh of eveiy decip-
r---J--- tlon to persons or aid-
iiiiili, Adopted by leading horse rall-
load, elub and fiverv Hiblew, etc,, In
the Culled Nates and elsewheie, Wo
aiu piepaied to pioo thU slatcuiuiit by
tesilmoulals and lefuienees to plauteis
and liveiymcn In this Kingdom,
A pnl v to
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AOKNCY.
A LAHGU assortments 1 hotographs
and r!ori!oseo)lu Vlewa of the
most attraelhn secneiy, Imllillngs, etu,
In tluso Ulmids, for sale at reasonable
''VlAWAJIAN HlINKSa AOKNOY,
Uoiut'i' Toil and Mrreliaiit etrcuts,
speeds best being plainly told.'"
KlXtt HtCUAltD III.
BLACKSMITH COAL !
The Hawaiian Carriage Mamifacturing Co,
If AVJK JUST KKCEIVHO
180 Tons of Blacksmith Goal.
TIIE next term of tho Kamehameha
l'lepanitoiy School will open
MONDAY, Septcmlier 2nd. Applica
lions lot Hdmisalnn should be ma'te at
once to the I'rinirml.
310 td Hiss C. A. KEA5IER.
Tho next teim of KnmcVameb'a School
MONDAY, Sept. 2d.
Three gentlemen, having t-icc.ial qua.
lifleaiionsn1! tetelnTof rr.iiniml tiainiug,
have liten eng'igcd lor the coining) ear.
Two of ilict.il are highly iccomniendtd
by Dr Woodwsrd if the Celebrnttd
lnniml Training School of Washington
University boitlg graduates of thai in.
(tilntiyn The other ns Principal of
lloboken Academy lis IibiI valuable
expcrifiice as nn int-nuclor in several
hranche-' of manual trainlHg.
Appliealinni- for adinihj-ii n should he
tent inuncdiatuly to the Principal, as
rooms will be assigned in order of
B? For further information apply to
Wm. B. OLLSON,
314 tf Principal.
Theso Schools open for the New Year.
September 1), I8MD.
The faculty of Oaliu V0",'rt5 will be
tho saute as last year. The Filcnd
says: l,Wc think that thoio baa neer
been nn abler faculty ul Oiihu College,
or ono'better adapted to Impart a high
classical and selcntllle edtieatlon."
The Boaullng Department can ae
eoiiimodatu but few mote than were in
attendance last year, and all who dchlre
to enter should uiauu an eat ly applica
tion The 1'ienaiatory School enntmiicrt
under the PiliielpuUhlpof MUhMuIoiiu;
Miss Carrie A, Olliiiuu takes Miss
Chamberlain' position, the latter hav
ing icslgitcd to ifiuou to the United
Tlio'J'rnitees aie hnppy to announce
thai, llirotigh tliu gcucioii lutcivht of a
filuiid, they aie erecting n tine new
building and leinoibling th pipsont
one, so ihnt this school will occupy pew
and commodious iptaileis lu Septem
ber, When IIiuh iiptlpied we believe
the Prepaiatoiy School will offer oppor
tunities second to none In the Kingdom.
BfirAildri'ss nil letters of luiplliy or
1UJV. W, O, MKJUUTT,
HIT lin I'uisident,
''pilK iinilcrslgned have lids day
1 formed a ci nirlnfrcliin under llio
flrut mime ami style nf Law (a & White,
ftirHioontrjIng a.u of a n'it'rl !nl
Itess Agonoy. I) Hi LKW IS,
Honolulu, Autf 1U, 180(1. 30ff
HONOLULU, U. I.
1). H. LUWIB.
O. SI. WHITE.
STew -:- Busings -:-Agency
liell Tele. 450 P. O. Box 70.
EWIS - & - WHITE
HAVE OPENED AN OFFICE
No. iS Kaahumanu Street,
For the Transaeiion of Ocneral
Atljiiting nnd Exporting Books.
Keeping Accounts and Malting Out
H.mxps Let and Bents Collected.
Beal Estate Bought and fold.
A'Rlincis of Titlo Furnished.
D'awifgof Deeds, Leasee, Catract
Copying and Engrossing of all dts.
Cimtom House EnlricB made and
Goods Cleared, Etc., Etc.
The varied 1)usinecs experience of the
members of the fltm is a auflieient gua
ranty of cnp-ibililv on their part for the
dNe.hatge of all matters entrusted to
litem By faithful and prompt atten.
tion to the pa me and by reasonable
charges for all services, they hope to
metil gcncinl patronage.
327 tf MSWIS & WniTK.
Notico of Change in Man
DUUIN O the alFence of Mr. C. Yick
Leone, our MnnaglngPartner, from,
the Kingdom, Mr. U Dlu Sing will act
ilk Mnmiging Pariiur for our firm, and
will have Hin'sJinu powers and alitUor
ity as C. Ylnk Lennir.
KWONG HIP LUNG CO.
Datc.l Honolulu. Aug. 22, 1B8B.
"IYTANY statements having been made
ltA lately In the Daily Bui.lktiji
with rcgarif to Llfo Insurance, I put),
llshed on tho 14th lest,, lor the teneflt
of tbo Policyholder In the New York
Life Ins tirance Co , ceitajn comparative
figures which will stand fn spile of any
communication by other companies or
My imputation litis called forth n
letter full of iingentluininly remarks
from Mr. Thomas, tliu Executive Bpo.
clul Agent of the Mutual Llfu Insur
anee Co, which I positively decline to
huh wer, such being beyond my staiullujr
in the eoiiimuniiv in ltd oily,
I shall bs glad to give any Infonua.
tlon regnrdlng Life Insurance at my
oulcc, since it lots bu'nimi Impossible to
coinmunlcate such to the public tlircugh
the prebS without siarlinsf spiieftd run,
troorsy lieretoforu unknown In this or
any otiiur eny. u, 11, jiW(UIU(,
General Agent New York Lfe Ins. Co.
4filU'fl)ioiUi Jlilllitvn Parjora.
njijjB llatulsoinest llllllard rarlPfl In
I, lite oily, and IHltil up 1 11 the most
iipprovnl stylo. Four tables with l tho
J, 1, 4QW?5N & CQ
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