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THKSDAY, AUO. !27, IKOO.
A communicated nrtlale referring
to tlio Advertiser's lender of this
morning has been received ton lute
for insertion to-day.
'Stone-walling" la the name given
obstruction in the New Zealand
Legislature. It consists chlilly of
uiaking frivolous motions and talk
ing ngoinst tunc. The Government
tried to pass a representation hill
giving the country districts an undue
advantage over the four chief towns.
It was defeated by "stone-walling"
ou the part of the urban represent
atives, without regard to party, they
killing time with their tongues from
July 21 to August;!. The piaetice
it. seems was put to a good use this
time, but it docs not speak well or
the Legislature that such means
should have been necessary.
There is no doubt that serious
want of food exists throughout the
Sauioan group as a result of the
late war. Why appeals have not
gone forth to the world from the
distressed people is explained by a
correspondent of the Sydney Herald.
The Samoans are too proud to beg
even when reduced to the verge of
starvation. It would be a very
honorable action on the part of the
people of the Hawaiian Islands to
send a cargo of provisions to the
Simoans. A vessel chartered for
tsat purpose might obtain a return
cargo of some kind in Samoa or a
neighboring group which would re
pay the expense of transportation.
Who will take the lead in effecting
this humane enterprise?
An alleged political tnuidtsr in
Arkansas is causing; some excite
ment in the United States. Colonel
John M. Claytoiii the disappointed
Republican candidate, was killed
'while inyestigating frauds by which,
he was convinced, Clifton It. Breck
enridge, the Democratic candidate,
wecured the seat in Congress. Clay
ton was taking evidence when a
uholgun was thrlist through a win
dow blind and its charge of sings
emptied into his bod3 John C.
Klein, the well-known Samoa corres
pondent, investigated the murder
for the Now York World, collecting
an impregnable array of evidence
pointing to the Democratic politi
cians as privy to the ciimc, but
showing that the authorities of Ark
ansas are so completely under the
influence of shotgun politics that
they will not or dare not bring the
assassins to justice. The New Yoi k
Daily Graphic shows such confidence
in Mr. Klein's findings as to make
them the basis of powerful denun
ciations of the Arkansas officials ac
cessory to the infamous crime.
THE 0CEAH1C CONTRACT.
The Auckland Herald contains a
report of the annual meeting of the
Chamber of Commerce, in which
the annual report of the executive
committee appears in full. This, i$.
interesting to us in its reference to
the San Francisco muU service. It
says that the opposition to that
service still manifested in many
quarters "has arisen mainly from a
feeling that the United States Gov
ernment have not met the Colonies
in that fair and candid manner ex
pected." Evidence of an improv
ing tendency in the States toward
liberal treatment of steamship lines
is cited, and the committee says,
"Tlieie can be no doubt that tho
San Francisco service will still con
tinue between America and Austra
lia, .subsidy v no subsidy, and it
will be a standing disgrace to New
Zealand to allow this service to lapse
for a mere sentiment, and thus cut
themselves off from the K'uglish
speaking population of 00,000,000."
The following statistics of the mail
service show the greater popularity
of the Aniciican route over tliu
From Europe, letters, books, nnd
papers, Ja San Francisco, I, '22ft,'
-Ml; viu Direct Service, l,0!HJ,i7(5,
To Europe, via San Framisco, 800,
.,10; via Direct Service, ,'107,28 1.
Total canied, via San Francisco,
2,025,8711; via Direct Set vice,
1,11-13, 8C0, l'ostago ciillrdled on
correspondence, via Sail Francisco
Homo, U, 271 j from IInnio,i.,!Ki()fi;
total, 23,870, Via Direct Service
Home, 5801! fiorn Hume, 10,.
Commenting on these figures tho
committee say; "By n return made
to the House in 1888, it was esti-
mftlwl thrt It Ml the m mntlrr
tw wnt by 9n PrmwUw upon
tho intn Urm m now eslH turn
of jCM,T4 would he net profit U
tho colony nflrr paying inlrtldiOR
nnd other ctmrgos, nmounliiigin the
whole to i.'8l,fl0rt. If the mall uint
ter was son! by direct sloamors on
same tonus n now exist a ptolllof
only l'i!,o85 would neciue. "The
following Item fiom the Herald
shows in one particular the. benefit
of the Oceanic line to New Zealand
in a commercial point:
Si nun Maioh, when the export to
San Fruncieo commenced, -1-tJ tons
of tlas have been sent, of which 91
tons was the product of Auckland
mid 'Mi of the South, chielly Well
ington. The selling price in Eng
land does not warrant more than
about i'18 to JL"20 being paid here,
nhl'e the American demand keeps
the price up to i'sJfr. The San Fran
cisco service Is thus wortlt i per
tun to New Zealand.
EVENING VS. MORNING.
In a labored article the Advertiser
of Monday tries to prove the super
iority of a morning paper over an
evening paper. The journalism of
great cities illustrates the contrary
of all our contemporary's special
pleading. Morning papers as a rule
do not compare with evening papers
in circulation, one reason being; that
the latter belter fit the leisuic time
of the masses. If it was worth
while we could cite a longer string
of special advantages for the even
ing publication than the Advertiser
has done fof that of the morning.
It is not woilh while, however. The
Ht'i.i.UTiK, an evening paper, has a
great deal larger circulation than
any morning paper that has ever
been issued here. It has also or
dinarily as much advertising patron
.... . ...
age, unsolicited, as it can accommo
date without pinching the reading
matter. If, as the Advertiser says.
an afternoon paper 'cannot bo more
than a record of events already
known" an absurd statement that
nobody with any idea of the essence
of journalism would ever have writ
ten it is strange that eurllonolulu
morning paper frequently finds it
incumbent on it to lepeat a great
deal of this "already known" in
telligeuca after it ha3 once received
much wider publicity in the after
noon paper. It is a pity if this
community cannot he induced to
give adequate suppoit to a jingle
morning paper, without being sub
jected to such palpable appeals for
relief as the factitious reasoning of
the article in question. Again, if,
as our contemporaiy claims, the
morning paper's "space is worth
more than double the value of space
in an afternoon paper," it is remark
able that the morning paper here
cannot gel as high rates for its
space as the evening paper. If tho
Bui.ixtix adopted the lower scale of
the Adveitiscr, its size would have
to be increased to inconvenient
dimensions, and the experience of
the business dictates higher rates
rather than bigger sheets after a
certain standard has been reached
in each respect. A rase in point is
that of a dailv papir in Sydney,
which lately reduced the width of
its columns, while keeping up its
rates per. line. Tlio result is a net
increase of 350 per day in the re
venue of the paper.
Eniroi: Bii.i.irnt;: The thanks
of (.iir isja'ud communities arc due
to you for cntci prise in securing
and publishing so full a report of
the sermon delivered at the Central
Union Chnrcjh on Sunday evening
last. By all means secure from the
pastor the sermon uttered from the
same pulpit at the mm ning service
of the same day.
The evenimr sermon is n reniiuk
able production. The gush and
snivel of the peroration but too
thinly veil ilin spirit and temper of
the speaker in other poitions of the
sermon; pnitioulnrly in the "cat
may look atii king" paiagrnpb.
The seriiionizer is evidently bent
ou furnishing bhibboleths to the po
litical party now in opposition to so
called i (.form. Anir.i..
Kiiiron Uuj.i.ru.v: After some
labor and painstaking, a good clear
(Jamo haw was drawn up, introduc
ed and with one or two amendnionU
paued by tho legislature of 188(5,
ivhoreby everything that (lies in tho
shape of game is accorded pioU.elinn
fur cm lain months of the jtar, foi
tho propagation nnd icuiug of its
young. Ample opportunity ifluH'oid
ed the gunner for tho gratification of
bis piiiniiil, the months of May and
Jiuio being tho only ones during
which slir-oliug of all kinds is pro
hibited, It is thus clear to tlm ob
server that tho law is a libei.ll one,
and should ha complied with by all,
who for their own intoicats cannot
but dcbiro a eloso season for each and
every epeeico of bird,
Notwithstanding the rxisteuro of
tho abovo law, there appears to be a
curiam few among us, who have
iAtjiyiiiauwi HOisuiAUiU, h iu aumuho? st, isew,
tntft tt)i Utlf mind UlM llllU r
nntlilni U tn lw inlrtPd r It il-
mrtnw, nnd int M tftmr, wdl
hmvhn to th Writer, within Hit pt ,
month, opprdy ,.ntmd out fo, tl,i
purrKite nnu imRBPfl a numurr oi mir
common native wood-duck. The
RM!nn for rlinntinp tlip duck
oppin on tho lut SoptcmliPi and
rlnMH rm Hip lM Marrh of pach yai,
and when the iniuotinn was put to i
tin hIiuvp mentioned (wouhl-bc)
spoilsman, bo f lankly admitted bin '
acquaintance with tho law, but
maintained that owing to bis know
ledge of othcra (of his own Mump, no
doubt) having been out befoio him
"did not sec why he shouldn't go,
If would rcully toptn that some
people take delight in bttiaklng our
game law, and one would not, mum
ble if tho attempt wcie innde to pun
ish Muli iillcntli'ii. As it now t, the
hue nnil conscientious but lulplcsn
sportbiuau has to kit by quietly, tee
his right (Hidden under foot, and
nothing done by the authorities to
put an end to thebe unluwful pro
ceedings. To take this matter' into our own
bands po to speak, and as a n'liifdy
for tho. present Hate of affaire, f
would suggest the formation of u
sporttman's club, to ho composed of
those among us who go out or take
any intercut in gunning. Tins club
to "base a set of by-bw of itn own,
and bo thus in a position to act as a
body and enforce the observance of
"the Chime haws oi tho Kingdom.
Such clubs mo in existence in nearly
every city and town of the United
States, where game is plentiful, and
arc round to be of great benefit to
those who have true sportsmanlike
instincts at heait.
If any one favoring the above idea
can ofliM' any further euggistion, I
would be glad to hear them : for ray
own part 1 consider that kiiuo im
mediate action should be taken in
this) matter, Jo important to all hon
est spoilsmen. J. M. JJowsinr.
" 'Z -2 ' V 3 a
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a?; 7 Bb?bS gg
& sSBi .5
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S3 O SgO5t.2.J
3 s. 2 ?H 5oi!
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i P -h u. s. p- r.
rpHK Officers of Ihe llonolulii Itifles
X are icquested to ttrnd at the
Armory THIS (Tarsd.iyi liVBNING,
at 7:30 o'clock. Jiusinciis f inipoit
ance. PEP. OltDKU.
riIIK iinnunl nx.-ctintj of tho stock
JL Jinklcr? of tlie Mutual Telephone
Co will ha hold on WEDNESDAY,
September llm 1 till, nt 11 o'clock a. m.,
i.t the Company' build Imr.
C. O. BERQER,
Jlao id Secretary .Miituitl Tele Co.
of'rru&t(cs of tlio 11 icrn's Hos
pital will i-c held en SATURDAY, the
7th September, lS'-l), at 10 o'clock a. m ,
ut tlio Itnnms of the I'li'itntior of Com.
meroe. Hii-ioeK of importance Amend
ment of the Bv-I.aus. Per nnlcr.
' F. A. SCHAEP.ER,
S20 lm t-ecrouiry.
CAPANA, of Pnr.aluu, Koohn, in
ii-iiuiiijj to leave tor China on
tlio no'iincr of Spptuinljur 15th. dplic
thai all bills ii;niiist him be prcsunHil
or. or liofore Scpteinlier lOtii. Sue Tin
Winjr will cotleot nil accounts (hie the
hu'hI C. Ap'iini. 1!;I3 1 iv
ffR. AXTOX VOOEL is nut in out
UJ oinploy mil up 'to after IbU date.
E. llOFFStm.AEOER & CO.
Jlonoliiiii, Aii. i, is?.D. . :ia5 lm
MY hmtLcr Uiislnv Hchumnn will act
for mo dining lay atiitnue trom
EMIh Q. KUH L'MAN.
Ilonnliilii, Any, Hi, lrt-tl. liao fit
D A V ID KAAIIIUE
HAS tho licht mill chonpeRt Illnck
llncli, Con), Bund ami Soil for
sulo in ur.y ipiuntl y. Apply nt the law
oltlooof VVIIIimn 0, Aelil, No. .Ml Mir-
chant fctrod, llrmnlnlii, II. 1. !!U1 .'.
'PASTUKE for JlOJtBE
AT Ilalukou, Kanewhe, Ivoolnupiikfl.
b'VI ncrcN of aooil iiatiuni bniil, ull
cue osti plenty of wuter. Aiin'y
Uliiirlcn I. Ilirnm, nt ihu Kinu'h ntntilci-,
IloiKiliilii.nr nl llah'koii.
NEW YORK LINE !
AN Al Vessel will ho despatched for
ilnnohliii t leave N( w York In
all NoviinhiT For fuiihor Iufjnaailon
npply to the AKcnU,
Mr.ij.siiu. W. H. GROSSMAN A lEO ,
77 & 7'J liroiul tit., Now York Oiiy,
327 lm tlouolulu, II, I,
Auction sales by m I Lcvty,
""" " " " - -
(j Tl I fl I Si TS 1 0 T S &SIB i
fly order of linn II W.R. v un
CiiiiKUl-MttiPtkl 1 vlll Ml t'l
A'iclinn lit the more ol A'liX
ttunsed, Hotlicl Hr'!,
On Thursday, Auiy. 28,
AT IU O'CLOCK .. St..
Tlio uliiihi if tlie Hxek mil Plxtims
lie'oii'ilmr m mil il-icl-cd otlntti, ("in
Lathe, Tools, Key Supplhs,
Court: r, Show Cn
An J a jfcnerul or,n i'i of
Machinist's Materials !
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
SSM.Kl) I'rnpimls will he tpr,.v.u
up to 112 uVlncI: iii(ia, p,tiin1jrr
'Jnil, nt tlio oittptt rf the Company nn
on Meiclinnt rlreet, llili ppy, lor lliti
predion of a Termi.ir.l Hop .t for tlio
Oiliu Hailw.iy & Lund t.o l'linrn anil
Kpooillcaiten' liny bo seen, ami nil no
Cisvtry 1 fo-nmlton oSininod nt mid
olilee. 'I lie lijd.t lo reject icscrvcd.
Charge of Type in 5 Seconds !
Writing in Plain Sight!
Simple and Durable I
t5f Call and see sample lsiacLinc at
HAWAIIAN MEWS CO.,
Uinornl A chilis for Hawaiian Islands.
FOK SAN FUANOISCO,
The Al Skanuhip
"Will have llonoli.lu for the above
Friday, August SO,
For Freight or Pas-i g npply to
WM. O. IRWIN & CO., Agci ts-
MANY ftali'irents havirc In en mfidi'
lately in the Daiiv Pur.i.ii,n.
wi'li r'-'fjiiiii to Life Infurance, I put).
Itstird mi iliu 141 li Inst., tor ilm I uncl'it
of the i'Micyhi It os in the New York
Life In: iiinneu (V ,ccn.iin tf mpauitivc
ll.'iir'n vhieli will M.'tnil Insjl c of tn
cinnmuiiiciu on liy other coinpiiiik-ii or
Ihcir icpre'tritiiti- ib.
My publies-tiu:. has cilh'd forth n
litter lull of luiicndeiii'inly leinarl,
fiom Mr. Thniniii, t'lu J'seeuilvo ."pe
cjrtl Aiii'lit of tlie Muliml Life Insiir
mice Co , which I pinilively decline K
aiiBwei, such bninf" bcyoniijiiy.Biaudir.g
in the commiuiilv i;i Uih Hl,T
I eliall lm glad to j,'ivb"fnny ir.formn.
tioii rr-piidiUQ Life Insurance r.t nn
oillce, since it Inia hi come liniinshilile t'o
communicate, such tn the public thrt ugh
the prcts without ftarliiieafpilcfiil con
lioverpy kerctolon." unknown in this or
any oil er city. C. O. BKROF.R,
Oencr.d Agent New Yoik Life, Ins. Co
TX TJlin HUI'JWJKU JSiT
X of tl.e Iluwiilltiu Ibhuide. In the
mutter of tliu Ihinkniptey of Richard
Cuyford, by whom a Pel I Ion for adjiiili
cation was Hied on the t'Oih dv of An
Ann, BHr, in snld Conn. Ileforo Mr.
Justicp Hickcruii. The Clh day of Au.
Upon reading the caid Petition, and
upon prcor bi'foic mo taken, I do lind
that llm mild RICHARD CAYFORD
has Iceoine a ll.inkrupt wllhin tho tuio
Inti'iii mid nic.inlnf.' of tin. Act upproved
on tliiiSOih day o August, 1881. entitled
" An Act to regulate proceeding lo
D'uikniptry In Iho llawiilluii Ibhimk"
Al d I do hi'luhy declaiu and udjudjro
li fin Ihi.krnpt nccnrdiuidy.
And I do furilicr oidor that the Crcdh
ton. of the raid llanki n;t conio in nnl
piovo tl oi ilnhls huforo Mich Jilftieo of
ihu Hnpieuic Comt as . hall he lillng In
Oliambcrs at Allinhuil Ilnle, Ilono'ulu,
hi tlie wvh day ot AiikuiI. J8t), biu
tween the hiiut of 10 o' lock in tint fore
noon mid no n of ihe tald diiy.imd elect
nnu or more As.ignco or Assignees of
tlio fiii I lliinknnit'n (istiito.
And ihiit I'Otleo thereof ho pub! Ihcd
In ilm Ijaiii Uui.uitin newspaper pub.
lichel in Iluiohihi, in the KukIIsIi lau.
And ih .1 tho ci.id Hnnkriipt hlutll
iiiinidii.nl.v tliu wiili the Olcik of thU
Iloiiui.ibk' ( oiut a echo 'ulo of hla Cre-
dlior and Ahkein, as inpiiicd by tho
wild Act, '
... , vJ'8,'"'""! "lm hupieiiii! Court,
Altre'; .1. II. Iti.ibT. Deputy ( erk.
Dated Honolulu, May 21, 80.
Mil 1 UAL
Is His OUost Active Life Iiisiiriiiico Company ill tin Unilel Stales aiil Ilia Larpst
ia ilia World I
Its ngecli Jan. 1M, 1 8811, iiinniinted to SH-Ti,-!!) 1,7111. Us Insurance in force was S 182, IJJfi, 18-1 and tliu com
pitted lteserve Fund which with futiiic preiniiiins and Hitetest is required for payin the sanio, at the maturity
of the policies oi tliu death of the assured, was 8117,007,078, thus leaving n clear surplus for future dividends to
policy holder of S7,887.Clt'J.
This Conipauv lias no capital stock, It U puiely Mutual. All the accumulations hclotifi to its members,
and nil the profits to to Us policy holders who have received since 1SCJ1, tho sum of 873.878,470.82 In dividends
earned by their policies. In theV-wno peiiod It has also paid SS8,-l8(),0U!t.ri7 In death claims; S24,li09,GO1.45 in
inatiiied 'endowments und S.VJ-ld.S.'J" In annuities to living members, niitl besides SG8,o'jy,l.'l!l.ti(i have been al
lowed for the aluu of dieontinued policies purchased by the Company. In all since 18C1, S5i(Sl,2'i,7.'i2.77
hiivc bi'cn rultiriUMl lt iioiicy IioUUm-h.
This amount is Twice 5is JLurgo as the lelurns made by any other life insurance company in the world
during the period named.
An investment Returning 6 Per Gent. Compound Interest,
To illustrate the point pertaining to the investment of funds and the return lo the policy holder, the follow
ing lllusliution is given:
I lib is a itulemcnt of a single premium life policy issued by this company in 18G.I:
Face of Policy
Additions Credited. . .
Additions Slu rendered .
l'alancc of .Additions.
Picsenl Value of Policy as a Olaim
Premium .' ,
Giii-li Dividends Withdrawn
Nct Amount Paid by Instiled
Value nn a Claim in Excess of Amount Paid.
The existing additions amount to nearly 200 per cent, of the net amount paid by the insured, and tho in
sured has rctilizul G per cut. ciun pound interest on his investment.
With conditions quite as favorable to them as to the Mutual, no one of its would-be rivals has ever equaled
this result. a. D. THOMAS,
328 lf Executive Special Agent the Mutual Life Ins. Co.
By order of Mil. JOHN II IN D. Manager
of the Slur Mill Co., I will sell at Pub
At Knpnitti, ICwImln,
On FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
AugiiEt 80th and 31st,
AT 1 O'CLOCK IN 31.,
87 Gal.Miiles anfl HarnessBS
15 Hortcs and Mare?,
Cane Wagons, Cnne Land,
Houses, House Lots,
Blacksmith's & Carpenter's Tools,
And a complete assortment of
AErictilml imBloraiiRts !
'Iho Mai'hineiy of the above Mill
is in first-chips ortcr, ofl'iirs for
which are bolicitcd n.- cohmsU of
One 26x48 Mill with Engine,
1 Pair Uoilors, (!.20;
1 Double Ktl'ect, anil 7 feet Pans
1 Vacuum Pan 0 It. with Blake Pi nip
3 Weston Centrifugals & Engine
Together with tlie usual assort
Mariners, Cleaning Pans, Coolers, c.
A::d other Miichimay tuuully found
in it well-appointed Mill.
tSTor further rarlicul.trs apply io
"Wni. J. I5JIODIE,
1522 I'.t.d ICO 3t-v.' Auctioneer.
Carriago For Sale Cheap.
1 NKW Ci timdcr Cur.
JL riaito just finished
and hiirid-omcly trimmed
In flrot class slyle; iniiKt be immediately
inld to cloi) an uismmen'. Anrilv to
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AUESUY.
CoLlsigo To Let.
juftM4-l A Js'K1v ''"I'.v Cottage
"ilrfi - " "I'l't'i" lan of Liliba
(..ig?is .street, coiiiaiuini; t rooms
n'ei'ly jmieied and painted, bath room,
kite en, nice lawn, Mindo tiees, etc.
Will be rented reasonable to a e;ood ten-
HAAN'AIIAX BUSIN'KSS AGKXCV.
STOKE TO LET
, A rpiw Store lately occupied
gg JL by i:. O. Howe, Way's
S3 Block, KIii! strut t. at reason.
able, rental. Possession nlvoii nt onco.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGKXOY.
rMlK best icmedyfor
1 woiiihIm. ulcers,
galls, proml ilesli and
holes of evci-vdusei'in-
-,&- - thin to JK'ISu'lH or aul-
inul". Adopted by leading horse rall
louil, elub and bveiy Ht.ibles, etc.. in
llm United States and cIvlicio. We
are prepared to provu lids statement by
testimonials and rufeienees to plauteis
and llveiynieu in this Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
A LARGE iissoriir.eiitof Photographs
and Stereotcoplc Vlows of the
moH attractive scoaeiy, buildings, otc,
In Ihcso islands, fur side at reaotiabio
HAWAIIAN IIUMNKRS AGKNOY.
Corner Fort and .Merchant street.
Km S3 &t
1 IVKTW YOIIK
Policy No. 28,312.
.Single Premium Life.
Premium .? 1,077.00.
BEP & ffi B ffi 0 17? B
Automatic Adding Attachment I
This is the only CASH REGISTER that has a Self-adding Attachment
which sliows tho total amount of bales at any moment.
0F Everybody needs one and nobody can afford to be without one.
BLACKSMITH COAL !
The Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Go.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
lOQTons of Blacksmith Coal.
The nixt term of Kanielamcha School"
MONDAY, Sept. 2d.
Three gentlemen, having special qua.
lification-. a teachers of n.unind training,
have been engaged for Ihe coming year.
Two of these lire, highly recommended
by Ur Woodward f tho Celebrated
.Manual Training School of Waxlrininn
Uuiversli3', being graduates of that in
litutiou. The other as Principal of
Hobokcn Academy has IihU valuable
experience a3 an ini-tructor in several
branches of manual tialmeg.
Applicalioai- for udinistion should be
fcnt immediately tn the Principal, as
looms will bu assigucd in order of
JCSSf For further information apply to
Wm. B. Ol.ESON,
311 tf Principal.
HONOLULU, II. f.
These Schools open for tho New Year
September 9, 1889.
The faculty of Ouhii CoIIpko will be
Hid Kami! as hn-t year. 'l7io Friend
says: "We think that there bus never
been an abler faculty at Oaliu College,
or ono better adapted to impart a high
chiHklcal ami t-clcutillo education."
Tliu Boiudlng Department cm ac
commodate but few more tlmuweieiu
attendance lust year, nnd all who desire
to cuter should make an early applica
tion Tho Preparatory .School continues
mulct the I'llnclpnlshipof MNsMnlono;
Miss Carile A. Gllniau lakes Miss
Chamberlain's position, ihe hitter hav
ing leslgui'd to remove to tho United
Tho Trustees are happy to anummco
tl.ut, througb tho generous Interest of a
friend, they are electing a lino nnu
building and remodeling tho pro-cut
mm, so i bat this school will occupy 'new
and commodious (punters in Septem
ber, When thus equlpred wo liulluvu
iho Preparatoiy School will offer oppor
tunities second to none hi the Kingdom,
BKrAddri'S all letters of iiujiiiry or
REV. W, O. MERRITT,
017 lui Proildent.
C. O. BERGER,
Solo Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands.
THE next term of the Kamehameha
MONDAY, September 2rd. Applica.
tioas tor iiilmifsion should bo made at
orcc to the Principal.
3l' td Miss O. A. REAMER.
D. II, LEWIS.
C. M. WHITK.
New -:- BusiiHss -:- Agcney
Kell Tele. 450 1. O. IIox 70.
HAVE OPENED AN OFFICE
No, 15 Kaahumanu Street,
For tlio Tramne'ion of Omcral
Adjusting and Expertlng Books.
Keeping Accounts and Making Out
Houses Let nnd Reula Collected.
Real Estate Bought and fc'old.
ALstrncts of Title Furnished.
Drawing of Deeds, Leasee, Contract3,
Copying and Engrotsing of all des.
Custom IIoufo Entries made nnd
Goods Cleared, Etc., Etc.
Tho varied business experience of tho
members of thcfiim Is a sufficient gun.
niriiy of capibilityon their part for ihe
dUcharpo of all matters entrusted to
them. By faithful and prompt nttcn.
Hon to Ihu fame and by reasonable
charges for all sei vices, they hone to
merit general patronage.
327 tf m:wih a white.
THE undersigned havo this day
formed a ccnarlntiiMilp under tlio
flnn name and ftvlu of Lewis & While,
for ihu carrying on of a General Biifi
ness Agency. D H. LEWIS.
, , . CM. WHITE.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, 18H0, 330 lw
European Billiard Parlors.
rpiIE Handsomest Billiard Parlors in
X tho city, and fitted up In tho most
approved stylo Four tables with all the
J. P. BOWEN & CO.,
TO tf Proprietors.
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