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Pledged to netWr Stt nor rarty,
But atablhhed for tht benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 528, 1880.
Another step lias been tnken in
the Pnclllo cable enterprise by the
organization of a local company
under the charter recently grunted.
It is learned that the company
menus what la elsewhere reported, in
seeking a cash estimate of cost of
the cable. There is no intention of
offering any Mock as part of the
price. This plucky purpose on the
part of local capitalists aligurs that
they mean business, and nothing
can be imagined which wonlel give
Hawaii a belter standing abroad
thau that, with her domestic enter
prise, she should secure this great
boon so long looked for in vain at
the hands'6f great friendly nations
aud their capitalists.
HUNTING FOR OPPOSITION.
The Advertiser this morning wants
to know who is going to oppose the
Ministry this election. It wanders
so very far into the Held of conject
ure, in hunting up possible objec
tions to the Ministers, as to appear
absurd; while-it is obstinately re
ticent to impending opposition to
the Ministers from other quarters
patent to. everybody. The Adver
tiser says approvingly : "We have
Bhown that the views of the present
Cabinet arc anti-Chine3e. That un
der the law as it at present stands
they are doing all they can to keep
Chinese away. They may safely be
intrusted to make the law still more
stringent next Legislature." If
this-is what the Ministry hai done
and will continue to do at all
hazards, the Advertiser need not
spend much time in u pretended
hunt among Portuguese and what
not for possible opposition to the
Ministry, for it well knows that in
such an event the heart and soul of
opposition to the Ministry will come
from out of its own editorial rooms
and from the moneyed clique which
controls its entire policy.
Friday. December 8th, A. ID.
.or ..M:mcrv, . A-ti aoQQinii the-.
Chamber of Commerce, at a meeting
largely attended by its member.1,,
unanimously recorded its public
"protest" against the then pending
ministerial Chinese restriction act,
"on the ground," mark well tlu
words, "that the provisions of the
bill wuid, in their opinion, entirely
stop such immigration f referring to
ChineseJ instead of regulating il
and would therefore be eery injuri
ous to the industries of the country
and unjust to the persons inteiested
in them." .The Chamber of Com
merce here in unanimous and em
phatic terms protests against pre
cisely that which the Ministry has
been doing under the present res
triction act these two years, i. e.,
making it operate to the total exclu
sion of Chinese, and anyone knows
that the Ministry cannot keep thia
up indefinitely, let alone carrying
more sail as suggested by the Ad
yertiser, without coming intu direct
collision with a class of men foic
moit in whose ranks will be found
the controllers of that very paper.
The truth is the Advertiser is sim
ply doing "picket sen ice" befoic
the elections by such talk, and after
thorn and at the proper time will bo
shouting with the loudest, "We
m'ust and will have more Chinese."
The great pity Is that the Ministry
with the best of intentions should
have had so little control over the
Legislature that, alter some two and
a half yeirs' rule and with unprece
dented powers given to them under
the plea of responsible government,
they should have logo to the coun
try 'without even the submission of a
constitutional amendment which is
the necessary preliminary iq nny
practical legislation on this subject.
The two years thus lost is of serious
moment to the country and eome
one at the ballot box niiibt he held
- responsible for it.
Honolulu, Aug. 27.
KniTOK'HiTMxriN : The morning
paper states: "The Board of OHIccrs
elected Capt, E. I.angley to he ad
jutant of Company " What is
the meaning of this? Iff 'there an
adjutant fur the stuff aud one for
each company? Military men are
laughing over such' ridiculous' and
Of course' the gay and fuBtive
mosquito wheta liia little uhietle at
mosquito bars, '
Examination by Exports of Iho Oahtl
Railway 4 Land Oompany's
Conditions More Favorable
When Mr. 11. F. Dillingham, pro
moter of the Oahti Hallway utad Land
Company'' scheme, was In California
on business connected with that en
terprise, ho engaged the services of
two eminent civil engineers, who
accompanied him on his return
home. One of ilium Is Mr. O. F.
Allardt, consulting engineer of the
lioard or Public Works of Oakland,
Cat., and consulting engineer of the
Spiitig Valley Water Works of San
Francisco. The oilier is air. .las.
I). Schuyler, chief engineer of the
Hoard of Public Woiks of San
Diego, Cal., and constructing en
gineer of the Sweet Water Dam re
cently built there. The business
for which these gentlemen wete en
gaged and brought hero at great ex
pense by Mr. Dillingham was to
make an expert examination of the
water resources of the company on
the lands that they project opening
up for cultivation and colonization.
Being aware that the engineers
had completed their inspection of
the lands on this island, besides
having made a visit to the island of
Maui, a Hum.kti.n representative
called at the olllce of the Oahu
Hallway and Land Company and
asked Mr. Dillingham if he wished
to he interviewed.
The indefatigable aspirant to rail
way and colonizing kingship laugh
ed gently, out, neiore giving unj
satisfaction to the question, pro
ceeded to show the reporter a very
convenient machine for copying let
ters and another patent device for
liling and registering correspond
ence. "Have the engineers made their
report to your' was then asked.
"Yes, but you had heller have a
talk with them," aud with this Mr.
Dillingham led the reporter into the
drafting loom, where Mr. Allardt
was working on a map and Mr.
Kluegcl, the engineer of the railway,
busy with some plan or prolile.
"'Will you please tell this reporter
how the result of your inspection
compares with rrpiescntations I
made to you in Cnliloruia, and then
I will leave him to you for whatever
other information Xe may desire?"
was the formula of introduction ad-drr-tscd
by Mr. Dillingham to Mr.
Well, I may &Gy, ' responded
.I., l-.i.w llil,tItinL- f.ru. jrmnlCll-
Mr. Dillingham being interested
gave a rose-colored representation
of the prospects for irrigation of the
landH. Having now with Mr. Schuy
ler made a careful Survey of the
ground, taking the evels, 1 am con
vinced that Iho conditions are much
more favorable than were represent
ed to me by .Mr. Dillingham in Cali
fornia." Mr. Allardt pioceeded to 'peak of
the water flowing from springs un
der the bank or lidge at Houoiiliuli
ranch, and then refened to a plan
they had drawn of a feasible reser
voir at Waiawa, where Ihe road di
vides near the Ewa church.
"This reservoir would contain
about four thousand million gallons
of water, or speaking more exactly,"
said Mr. Allardt, "three billion six
hundred million (:i,(i00,000,000)gal
Ions. The (lam would not be over
one hundred feet "in height, makiug
an inland lake two miles long which
can be drawn upo i lor irrigating
the lands below. A reservoir of this
kind in that locality can be filled
and emptied sis or seven limes a
year, whereas similar ones in Cali
fornia can only be done so once a
"This is the largest stream in
Ewa district," rcmaikcd Mr. Kluc
gel. "Could a dam be constructed in
such a place stroug enough to resist
the maximum freshets In ihe year?"
"A large wasteway would be pro
vided to prevent all danger from
floods," replied Mr. Allardt. "Of
course, the Johustqwn calamity has
made people everywhere somewhat
nervous about dams, but in that
case it was clear that great negli
gence in construction and care pro
duced the disaster.
"Here earth dams would be best.
They grow more secure with age if
the material is good and they aro
properly built.. The red soil here
is excellent for the purpose. Its
admixluic of iron Is a favorablo
quality. Pure clay is not the best
material ; It requires n mixture of
sand with it. There aro no rodents
in this country to attack your
"You consider that the rich land
of Ilonouliull can be irrigated with
the water now goinir to waste with
out expensive pumping?"
'It can be irrigated largely from
the series of springs there. Some
slorago lescrvoirs may be required
for emergencies, anil it may be
necessary to have a cettain amount
of pumping. From the levels taken
by us, however, we are satisfied that
the irrigation is quite feasible at u
cost beaiiug very favorable com
parison with similar works in Cali
fornia." "There aro numbers of copious
springs at Kuhuku, are there not?"
"Yes. The rainfalls are much
greater there than on this side of
BAiiA iil!l.t.Miiwj MMiaMkiil.Hi it hwllMlM' &. mail.
artesian belt, anil Ihofc arc hvaH
able slte for ellleltiht reservoirs,"
"Speaking of the Artesian belt, Is
there means of judging whoro aitc
sian wells arc likely to be success
ful?" "It can be judged partly by the
formation of the country, hut hero
you can go by the wells that have
been dug. Numbers of wells near
together without, affecting each
other's supply Indicate great sub
tcrraiiian reservoirs. AVc measured
four wells on Judge McCully's place
at Punahon and found that their dis
charge per day was equal to half
Ihe water supply of San Francisco.
Eight similar wells would supply
that city with the water it now re
"Was your trip to Maui to survey
arid lands there for irrigation?"
"No. We? merely inspected the
Snrcckelsville plantation, which gave
us a good Mniulard of measurement
for the water requirements of sugar
cultivation, so that our report will
be based not on theoiy but on act
ual practice. There arc millions of
dollars running into the sen here.
We found a good deal of water not
utilized even at Spreckelsvllle where
an immense amount has been ex
pended in irrigation works."
When the reporter was taking
leave of Mr. Allardt, his colleague'
not having been in the olllco during
the interview, the former remarked:
"You may say that Mr. Schuyler
and myself have worked In harmony,
agreeing in everything, which is not
always the case with engineers en
gaged in the same work, and this
has made our operations very pleasant-"
Mr. Dillingham, who was seen
again, confirmed the foregoing ob
servation, adding that there was re
markable closeness between the fig
ures obtained by the two engineers
in their separate calculations.
The Sweet Water Dam at Snn Di
ego, referred to above, was sixteen
months in construction and cost
231,071 11. It was taken in charge
by Mr. Schuyler after work had be
gun on another's plan that was seen
in time to be inadequate. The esti
mated duty of the works is a supply
of water, allotted at 700,000 000
gallons, to National City, and the
irrigation of 20,000 acres of land.
The value of the irrigation supply
of the reservoir is 81,000,000.
"The construction of the woiks,"
we quote from No. 308 of the Trans
actions of the American Society of
Civil Engineers, "has already added
a value of 31,fl00,00Q to the princi
pal tract of live thousand acres
which has been supplied will! a com-
plete system of water pipes, and
another million to the value of town
property in Xalional City, and lands
in its immediate vieiuily."
h-Auvtiuii'Qc!oa bj Lon'ia J. L'BYcy.
Uy order of Hon II V. St voranoc. U S.
Consul-General, I v. ill ecII fit Public
Auction r.l the store of Alex. Flnhr,
dtccased, Melhel Mrcct,
On Thursday, Aug. 29,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
The whole of the Slock ami FixturtB
lie'onpiiR lo said dcccas-crt estate, ecu
Lathe, Tools, Key Supplies,
Counter, Sh'.w Chs?,
And a general assortment of
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Owners of Billiard Tables!
HAVING luil practioHl experience,
tho undrr3ij.'ned oilers his atr.
vices lo onncis of Uilliur-I Tables to
Kc-cubIiIhii, lleclo'h ami othernisu Re
pair ami lteiiovalc.
Tulilcs Het Up, Uemovednml Sloitil.
UlllLira Cues Weighted, Polished and
Millard Dalls Cleaned, Turced ami
Re colored to order.
Billiard Cloths on hind.
carAddie W. IIOW'K,
337 tw At C, J. Mt-Ctirtliy's
IS TMR MIJJ'KKSm (WUIIT
of lit' Hawaiian Irhmritf. In the
matter of the ISiuikup'ey of Richard
Cavford, by whom a Pill Inn for ddjurii
cation was filed on 111'! '-'0th dn,' of An.
gust, 188", In oiiiil Conn. Dcfoio Mr.
.1 ustlco Uickertcm. The 10th day cf An
Upon rending the raid Petition, ami
upon proof before mo taken, I do find
Unit the said RICHARD OAYFORD
hue Lc-doino a Raiikrupt wilhin tho tine
intent and nieunlnp of Urn Art approved
on the 80 h day of August, 18U4, entitled
' An Act to regulatu proceed ine?-! In
Huiknintr-y lu Iho Hawaiian UlaniU?
And I do hereby elcularu and adjudge
him Rinkrnpt accord I ncly.
And l eio timber oider iliat the CrcdI
lois of the i-aiil Itaiikuipt Ciime in and
provo t'.elr dubts before moh JtMir-u n
iliuHupri-mo Couitas.-hnll ho t-liilnij In
Chambers at Alliolanl Halo, 11 -no mil,
en tho S0h day of AuyuM, 18W, be.
tweon the houri" of 1(1 A 1 ick in llju foro
i. oon anil noon of the mid iky, and i-k-ot
one or moro Asrignco'nr AHsigiicesof
the Mild ItankrnptV ejstnte.
Ami that notice thereof lie piib'ii-hed
In ihe Daily Uuii.ktin newspaper pub.
Ilbhet in Honolulu, in the Kglii Ian.
And ih-it the fill llankrupt Ph'ill
immidiiiu-ly Die M'iih ihe Cleik of thU
Honoiable Court a schedule of his Cre
ditors and Assets, as rtqiiired by ih
mCHD.lMJlClCfSl.TOX, , ,
.ItiBticonf iho HupieinoCor.fi,
Alton'; J. II. Ri:ibT. Deputy (llork.
Dated Houolulu. May 21, 1880.
AflCtlOB Bales by JMaHfrFiWiili
ifl ! .tM.,.. M
On Saturday Evening, Aug, 31,
AT 7 O'CI.OCK,
At my Salesroom, Qwcn it'ccl, I will
sail at Pu'illc Ane'lon, a l.irc
Fine Good Just "ReceiviM"!
swis.s kviji omnv,
All (olors vnit I i-i U o'
Lace Curtains, Muslins, Lawns,
Sllkq & Satins,
ai w goo
Sill; OrfJPS Pattern?,
Lite SiifM, .
A large variety of
Sideboard Covers, Table Cloths,
Napkins, .Towels. Etc.
Also, a hrjilsoine assortment of
VELVET RUGS I
All sir.es aril pattern.
CQ" Speo'nl aituntiim is called f this
Sail-, ns iliu Uon.Is 'are all new unci aro
the floe-t a soniueat cvtr ilfetrd at
BSr Rojorvsd Scal3 for Ladies, ''u
J. S. V. yiOHQAX,
337 -It ' Auctioneer.
SI2ALF.D Propo-iak will be tcccived
up to 12 o'clock noon, Seplembcr
2nd. at the oiilce rf the Compinj on
on Mm-hant Mreet, IhU oily, for the
'rrrtiui of h Terminal Hepi't for the
Oahu Hallway & Land Co I'ltns and
specifications may bo sci'ii, ami all r.c
"(fsiry Info-mation o'li.diu-il l saM
oil.ee. The licht to lek'Ct reserved.
Change of Type in 5 Seconds !
Writing in Plain Sight!
Simple and Durable !
13F Call and sco sample machine at
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
Ocneral Agents for Hawaiian Itlandp.
. S3 1 tf
FOR SAT FUAKCISCO,
The Ai Steamship
Will liavo Honolulu for the above
Friday, August SO,
A'J- NO ox.
For Kj eight or Piij g", apply to
vm, Q. 1HWIH & CO., Agents.
MANY f-tatementfl having In en made
lately- in tho Daily Bum.ktin
with re-ani to I.lfo Insurance, I pub.
lldii'd on tho 14th Inst., for thu l eneflt
of iho Policyholder in the New York
Life IiiHirance Co., ceitalu compaiatlvo
figures which wjl) toiul l spile of any
eiommtinleation by other companies or
My publication lias called forth a
letter full of. ucntlcuianly remarks
from Mr Thomas, tho Executlvo Spe.
cial Auei t of tho Mutual Life Inbur
anco Co , whieh I positively decline) to
aiibuci, Bi.ch Jieiuji beyond my standing
in tho community in this oily.
I tli till le triad to glvu any Inforina
tion ri'fjiidlnp; I.lfo Insurance at my
olllce, Firee it lias become jrapofsihle to
communii ato such lo the public through
the press without Btarli'nir a fpiteful con.
trover-y heretofore' unknown In this or
any oil it city. , O. O. BEHQEIt,
General Acent New York Life Ina. Co.
PASTURE for HORSE
AT I'alekou, Knneahc, Koolaupoko.
brio acres of good pinlure land, all
uncloEtel plenty of water. App'y lei
Charles I. Hlri.ni, at the Klug'b Stablot-,
Honolulu, or at Halekou. lcb-2B 30 ly
Is Ihe Oldest Active Life Mm Goieur in Hie United States ai the Largest
Its assets Jan. 1st, 1880, amounted to 6125,-lt)-i,719. Its insurance in force was 8-182,125, 18 1 and the com
puted Heservo Fund which with future premiums and intercut is required for paying the same, at the maturity
of the policies or the death of the assured, was $117,007,078, thus leaving a clear surplus for future dividends to "
policy holders of 57,887, Gail.
This Company has no capital stock. It is purely Mutual. All the accumulations belong to Its members,
and all the profits go to Its policy holders who have leccived since 18C3, the sum of 878,878,470.82 In dividends
earned by their policies. In the same period it has- aho paid $88, -180, 8. 57 in denth claims; $2-l,fiG9, 004,45 in
maimed endowments and $.V.) 1,548.27 In annuities to living members; and besides SG8,59!l,lftll.tiG have ,been al-
lowed for the value of discontinued policies purchased by the Company. In alUlncc 180a, S2G1,222,73.77
Imvu bien returned to policy holders.
This amount is Twice US LsU'go as the returns made by any other life insurance company in the world
during the period named.
An 8 nvestment Returning 6 Per Cent. Compound interest.
To illustrate the point pertaining to the Investment of funds and the return to the policy holder, the follow
ing illustration is given:
This is a statement of a single premium life policy issued by this company in 1803:
x Pace of Policv
Additions Ci edited -
Thilanec of Additions.
Present Value of Policy as a Claim
Premium i . .
Cash Dividends Withdrawn
Net Amount Paid by Insured
Value as a Claim in Excess of Amount Paid.
The enisling additions amount lo nearly 200 per cent, of the net amount paid by tho insured, and the in
jured has realized fl per cent, compound 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. I). THOMAS,
i28 if . Executive Special Agent the Mutual Life Ins. Co.1 v
STAR - MILL,
lv order of Mi;. JOHN HIND. Manager
of ihe Slur Mill Co., 1 will sell al Pub
At Kniinnii, Koliuln,
Oa FRIDAY- and SATURDAY,
August 30th and 3Ht,
AT 1 O'CLOCK I 31..
87 Gal.Mnles aHfiHarnsssBS
Vt Hoitc& anil Marre,
'aim W'ngrme, Ciitto Iamlt
Houses, House Lots,
Blacksmith's &, Carpenter's Tools
And a complete assortment of
Agnriil iulBiuite !
'I lie Mat-liitu-ry of ilu- above Mill
I.-, in tiist-elni-s or'er, ft a for
nhicltare tolichcil and coiuists of
One 26x48 Mill with Engine,
l Pair lioilers, Cx'Jf;
I lionble Effect, li ami 7 feet Pans,
l Vacuum Pan 0 ft. with Blake Pump
3 Weston Centrifugals & Engine
Together with the usual assort,
Clariflers, Cleaning Pans, Coolers, &c.
And other .Machinery uniallv found
in a well-appointed Mill.
JfiyFor fin tiier particul irs apply to
Win. J. IJROD1E,
323 171-d ICO St-w
Carriage For Sale Clicnp.
NPAV C' tunelir Car.
riace lust finiibcd
and hund.-omely uimmed
In first class Myle; muM bo immediately
sold io close tin as-U'nnu-n'. Applv ti)
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Cottage To Let.
ANEW emit Mory Ceittngu
on upper pail of I.lllliu
flie-ct, i-omahiliiu ti looms
nicely papcicd and painted, liath loom,
kite e'li, nice lawn, hhiulii 1 1 e-i-y, etc.
Will he rented reasonable- to a e;jod Ion
IIAAVAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
- u. STORE TO LET
"TMIH Store late-ly occupied
I L liy 15. (J. Howe-, Way's
siSSJsi Dlcck, King Mrei i. at reason.
ablo rcnlnl. PofsuBshni erlve-n hi once.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
rl"l!E best lemeely for
X wouinl-i, uh-i-rs,
gulls, piouil ileah and
t-oie-sof every elcoerln-
- Hon to peiHons or aul-
jual"'. Adoptee! by leading hoive lall
roael, club and livery KUhles, etc.. In
the Unite-el Stales and elFuvtheio, Wo
are prepared to provo this statement by
testimonials and ruforene-os to planters
and liverymen in this Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
A LARGE assort me-iit of Photographs
and Siereoscoplu Views of the
uiostnttraeillvo seeneiy, lmlldlngs, He,
in lliefc isiiuus, lorwiKi at leabonaiuo
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY,
Comer Fort and .Meiehaut btreets.
-. && frJEW T03RIS:
in Hie Vnrlil I
III utu It
Policy No. 28,312.
Single Premium Life.
The Ohioego Oaso iegisfar
Automatic Adding Attachment !
i.s the only CASH HEGISTEH that has n Self-adding Attachment
which shows the total amount of sales at any moment.
Everybody needs one and nobody can afford to be without one. JjQf
C. O. BERGER,
.13G lni Sole Agemt for the Hawaiian Islands.
BLACKSMITH COAL ! ,
The Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Co.
HAVE JUST RECEIVES)
The nest term of KameVameha School
MONDAY, Sept. 2d.
Three gentlemen, having special qua.
lificatinnsas tench' rsof rr.anuul training,
have been engaged for the cotningyear.
Twei of ilicpe ato highly lecommendi'd
by Dr. Woodward of the Celebrated
-Manual Training School of Washington
University, being graelnales of that in.
i-tilutiou. Thu other ns Principal of
llobokcn Academy . has hael valuable
expeiicnce ns an insu actor in several
branches of manual tiaimng.
Applications for admission should he
Feni immediately to Uio Principal, as.
rooms will be assigned in orelcr of
OQy For furthe-r Information apply to
Wii. B. Ol.ESON,
3M If l'rineiiittl.
HONOLULU, II. I.
These Schools open for the Hew Year
.September !, 1HHO.
The faculty of Oahu Colleo will be
tlm wune as last year. Tho Friend
says: "We think that there has never
been an abler faculty at Oahu College,
or one belter adapted to Impart a high
i-lasiloal and selonllllo education."
Tho Boarding Dopaitiniint can nc
eomiiiodato lint few more than were lu
attendance: last year, and all who eleslre
to enter Atioiild make avj early applica
tion TJie Preparatory School continues
under tho I'riiinlpalshlpof MUsMalone;
Miss Canie A. fill man takes Miss
Chamberlain's poMtiou, the latter hav
ing resigned to remove to iho United
Tho Trustees aro happy to aniiniinou
that, through the generous interest of a
fileiid, they ai uieetlng n line new
building and remodeling tio present
one, so i hat this school (11 occupy new
ami commodious tpiarteis In Septem
ber. When ttius equipped wo hepvo
tho Preparatoi y School il offer opiior
tiinltes becoiid to none in tio K Ingeinip,
BQr-Addrcss )! lettefs of liuuiiiy or
REV. W. O. MERRl'lT,
317 Im President,
$10,000 '00'.- r k.
. .57,710 57 t' - a
. 1,5-18 57 ,in
, $10,108 00
930 :m .
3,137 00 "..',
$13,030 31 ' ' '"'
THE next teim of the Kamehameha
,.J'repa,nt0,y School will open
MONDAY, September 2nd. Applico-'
lions tor aelniission slionlel bo made at
or.ee to iho Principal.
8fi id JUss C. A. REAMER.
i). . Liariai,
c. r. AVHITK.
New-:- Business - Agency
Hell Tele. ISO P. O. IJox 70.
LEWIS - & - WHITE
HAVE OPENED AN OFFICE
No. 15 Kaahnmana Street,'
For tho Tramaction of General
Ailjiisilng and Exporting Books.
Keeping Accounts anel Making Out
Houses Let aud Bents Collected.
Real Eslato Bought and Bold.
Abstracts of Tltlo Furnished.
Drawing of Deeds, LeaseB, Contracts,
Copying and Engrossing of alleles,
Custom IIouso Entries made and
Goods Cleared, Etc., Etc.
Tho varied buMncss experience of tho
members of the fit in Is a sufllclent gun.
raniv of capability on their part for the
diccliaigo of all matters entfusted to
tln-iu. By faithful and prompt atten.
tion to tho piime and by reasonable
charges for all services, they hope to
merit general patronago.
27 tf liKWIM &. WHITE. ""
THE undersigned havo this day
formeil a e:o.nurtneri-hip under the
firm name anil ftylo of Lewis & White,
for the carrying on of a General BuM
ness Agency, D II. LEWI8.
n i i a , O.M, WHITE.
Honolulu, Aug 10, 1880. U30 lw
European Billlura Parlprs,
TilE Handsomest Billiard Parlors In
tho city, anel fitted up In the most
approved stylo. Four tables with all the
latest improvoments. "
mo., J. BOWKN & CO,,