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NOTICE TO MARINERS,
During the process ol deepening the
channel at the uittaucc to Honolulu ,
harbor the Dredger will bo in opeta- i
lion night and day. At night there !
will be a dangci higinil placed on thu
rut ward deriiok of Dredger about 30
feel uboe sea level, which can bu toon
by nil vebtuls itppioacliitic; tin? harbor.
The signal contitU Hod lted
of thioe ltd lights
and a white light
aa iu the diagram,
the red lights being
about 'i feet upatt
with the white light
mi the center.
All steamers eiossing the bar will
stop at a safe distance from tho Died
gor and give one blast of their whistle
which will be answeied by a single
blunt fioin the Diedger, to be lol
lowed by thiee MnMs. fiom the Dredg
ei when the parage K clear and they
Thu Tug will be on hand when not
Otherwise engaged to assist sailing crift
in pasning the Dicdgei when neo's
sary. C. N. SI'ENCEU,
Minister ot the Inteiior.
Interior Ollice, Maich , ib'J2.
Sale ol the Loasc of tho Mauka Poi-.ion olthe
Government Land of Honalo,
S. Kona, Hawaii.
On WEDNESDAY, May 25, 1S92,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the front en
liancc of Aliiolaui Hale will be sold
at public auction the Lease of the
Mauka Portion of the Government
Land of Ilon.ilo, ri. Kona, Hawaii,
containing an area of 710 acres moie
Term Lc.ise for 10 years.
Upset piice $70 per annum, pay
able semi autiually in advance.
Minister of the Inteiior.
Inteiior Ollice, April 19, 1S92.
Sale of Lease of u. Gve nm n Lxnd
at Kaneohe, Kool .upoko, Oahu.
On WEDNESDAY, May 25, 1S92,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the front en
trance of Aliiolani Hale will be sold
at public auction the Lease of a Stiip
of Government Land adjoining the
Kaneohe Uourl House Lot, Kooluu
poko, Oahu, and containing an aiea
of 25-100 of an acie a little more oi
Term Lease for 10 years.
Upset price .."50 per annum, payable
semi-annually iu advance.
C. N. hl'ENCEK,
Minister of the Inleiior.
Interior Ollice, Apiil 22, 1S92.
Sale of Leas-j of the Govern
ment Land of Opihikao,
OnSATUKDAY, Juno -1, 1S92, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance
of Aliiolani Hale will be sold at Pub
lic Auction the Lease of Government
Land of Opihikao, at I'uni, Hawaii,
containing an atea of 1500 acres, a
little more or less.
Term Lease for 25 years.
Upset price f200 per annum, ay
able seini-annually in advance.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, May JJ, 1892.
Sale of Lease of Government
Lands at Kau, Huwuii.
On SATURDAY, Juno -1, 1S92, at
12 o'clock noon, at the fiont enhance
of Aliiolani Halo will 'lie sold at Pub
lic Auction the lease of tho following
tracts of laud at Kau, Hawaii;
Tract No. 1. Mohakeauui, contain
ing an aiea of 2557 acics, more or
less. Upset piice $500 per annum,
payable semi-annually iu advance.
Tract No. 2. Mohakcaiki, contain
ing an area of 201 acio, more or less
Upset pi ieo $50 per annum, payable
henii-annu.tlly in advance.
Lease for 15 years.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Inteiior Oilicc, May I5, 1892.
Sale of Lease of the Govern
ment Land of Kaipupau,
On WEDNESDAY, June 15, 1892,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the lionl en
trance of Aliiolani Hale will be sold
ut Public Auction (hu Lease of tho
Government Laud ii Kuipapau, Koo
lauluu, Oahu, containing ii n urea of
HiO acres more or lecd.
Term Lease for 20 yeaih.
Upset pi ice, $50 pur annum, paya
ble humi-aunually in advance.
0. N. SPENCER,
Minibtei of the inteiior.
Jjutoiior Oilicu, May, 13, 1892.
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Honomjm:. II. 1., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water latcs, are heieby noti
fied thai the bout foi tning water for
inigalion purposes are from 6 to 8
o'clock a. m., and l to o'clock r. m.
until furthei notice.
JOHN C vVHU'E,
Supt. Honolulu atur Works.
G. N. SruNceu,
Minister of tin- luteiioi.
'L'he public aie coidially iuvilul to
be present tt the opening of the
Legislative Assembly by Her Majesty
the ljueen at 12 M. on Satuiday, the
28th instant. Ushers will be iu at
tendance to wail on visitors.
C. N. Sl'ENCEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice. May 23, 1S92.
& I ' w I ! e f J k-
Pifti;rd to nutker Sect nor Party t
But rslabhshrd for the brncrit of all.
TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1892.
QUEEN VICTORIA'S BIRTHDAY.
Tins day is the seventy-third anni
versary of the biith of Queen Victo
ria. Her reign lias been the most
illustrious in English history. She
ascended the throne June 20, 1837,
so that she is now approaching the
close of her fifty-fifth year on the
throne of that Empire on which the
sun never sets. The reign of Her
lJritannic Majesty lias witnessed not
only a vast expansion of British com
merce and wealth, but the most mar
velous pi ogress in the arts of civiliz
ation throughout the world. As a
monarch Vietoiia has made herself
universally beloved by maintaining
strict purity in her court, by the
benign influence of her discretion
and wisdom on national affairs, and
by her conformity to the ever broad
ening constitutional genius of her
nation. Iu the twenty-second year of
her most happy married life the Queen
was bereaved of her husband, Prince
Albert, which beclouded her exist
ence for many years so that she kept
secluded from public life. Probably
this great sonow enhanced Victoria's
tenderness for afllicled humanity,
which she has frequently manifested
by letters of sympathy or condolence
to the rulers of other nations, when
these have been visited by great
calamities. This year Her Majesty
and the royal family of England
have a return of that tenderness from
all the world over, in the presence of
their deep sorrow for the death of
the Duke of Clarence, the Queen's
grandson and heir presumptive to her
throne. The Uui.ixtin would ou this
anniversary join with all British
residents of this Kingdom in the
lime-honored salutation, shouted by
the grandfathers and lisped by the
fathers, of many now living, for the
same Sovereign over half a century
ago "Long live the Queen!"
FINAL FAIR COMMENT.
Referring to me by innuendo, you
chose to taunt me with cowardice in
not having "chosen to give his name
to the public." 1 give my name,
and you say my acceptance of your
challenge to do so, is a "nervous as
sumption of the cap (that) will car
ry its own impression." Now what
is the cap? Evidently the "cap"
you threw at me would only fit a
cow ui (1, and having given you pioper
proof that I tun not one, you are not
uuiii enough to stand by your iinplie I
threat to expose what you know of
my " tenderness" on " notorious
I acts," or to act the nentleinan by
apologising, The "notorious fact"
that your reference to me has evolved
is, that youi irony is returned to you
badly blunted, and your mysterious
sarcasm on my "teuderuens" lias
been deserted by you and left to tho
tender mercy ol a truthful mangling.
As to the "cap," it don't lit and I
return it so that your admirers may
have it musically and otherwise em
bellished for ollice use. Adieu,
I). M. Citovi.i'.jf.
Tho Iluu.KTiN has accused Mr.
Crowley of nothing but tendeiijess
to "notorious facts.'' His only de
fense would be to show that what he
called "unfair comment" was not
"notorious fuels." lie has not done
bo, but continues to wear the cap.
Sony we uannot return his "Adieu,"
as it would be no use lie alway
tut rib up again after n brief setison
of cooling iu obscurity, and with the
same iniperlineuco En.
For JHoiildliiKH, Frames,
PastolH, ArtotYpuH, Photo
gmvuriiP, ElHiiiifjH and
uvui'vlIiiiiK in tJu Him of
nhitiiroH, go to King: Jirov
Dcollon on tlic It po ilntwprn th
Myrtle ntl Itinlanl Orntv.
As previously reported in the Uul
i.ktiKi a hitch occurred in the match
between the Myrtle and Hcalani boat
clubs. The Myrtles objected to J.
Spencer's rowing in the race, ho be
ing a senior and the mniehcd crew a
junior one. After a good deal of dis
cussion between the crews, the point
in dispute was refetred to Messrs.
C. Creiahtoti, Thos. Wright and G.
C. Ivenyon as arbitrators.
At noon to-day the arbitrators ren
dered a majority decision, Mr. Ken
yon being a "dissenting judge" on
some points, It is decided that Spen
cer is a senior and if he row the Hca
lani club will forfeit the deposit of
$50 under the agreement. Mr. Kcn
you's dissent was in part that Spen
cer was not proved to be a senior,
although no doubt not a junior.
Spencer, it is understood, will low,
but his rowing will not prevent a
race. Last night Capt. Alex. Lyle
of the Myrtles and Capt. W. II. C.
Greig of the Htalanis agreed to race
whether an agreement was reached as
to crews or not. Capt. Greig con
sented, in case the arbitration went
against Spencer's rowing, that his
club 9I1011I1I lose the 50 forfeit.
Therefore the race a friendly
match will come off at live o'clock
L. tie L. Ward, stroke; James
Silencer, Chris. Holt, A. L. C. At
kinson, Henry Walker and Frank
Woods. Chas. Hcrrick, coxswain.
O. Sorenson, stroke; W. D. Arm
strong. George Angus, Chas. Crane,
II. A. Giles and Ruby A.
A. A. Wilder, coxswain.
AN UNSEEMLY REMARK.
Eniron Ruli.utin :
An auonymotis correspondent in
this morning's P. C. A. refers to Mr.
Dole "as an accommodating judge"
because he allowed the incarceration
of the arrested men to continue. The
epithet is manifestly meant to be sa
tirical. Nobody present in court yes
terday morning could have failed to
remark the reluctance with which the
judge was compelled to agree to an
As it was, he had practically no
alternative, and ic is much to be re
gretted that our journals should open
their columns to offensive remarks
aimed at a gentleman who so singu
larly graces our judiciary, and who
is conspicuous by no quality more
than by his severe impartiality and
freedom from all bias iu things great
The counsel for the defense, I am
given to understand, indignantly re
sent this most unseemly lemark.
A HINT TO THE BAND.
Editor Bulletin :
After the Lord Mayor's show comes
the donkey cart.
I beg to submit that much as the
public admire the Hawaiian Baud, it
would be deemed an improvement by
the lovers of music as rendered by
Ovide Musin if they were permitted
to leave the theater with the sweet
strains of his violin ringing in their
ears and filling their souls with
melody in preference to time-honored
sounds of the baud, and if we must
be tortured by Hawaii Pouoi let us
take our medicine from the kindly
hands of the muster (if he can man
age bticli a dilllcult piece) who is so
oon to leave us and whose like we
shall never see. Although a week
lias ebipsed since the attention of the
management was called to the want
of light at the theater I noticed no
improvement on Saturday. Will it
be so ou Thursday?
AX Ol.U TllLSl'IA.V.
AT THE UNION IRON WORK?.
A Commercial News reporter, who
visited the Union Iron Woiks Satur
day, picked up the following items
of interest in that busy hive of in
dustry, where at ptesent a little over
1800 men are employed:
The protective deck is all on Crui
ser No. C, and the outside framing
al)oye the protective deck is all up.
Like the Monterey's, the 8-inch tur
rets are to be vertical, instead of in
clined. The upper sectjou of the
cruiser's caststeel sternpost has been
received, thus making the post com
plete. The battleship Oregon is well iu
frame, and several of the alhwart
ship bulkheads are up.
On the coast defense vessel Mon
terey a force of turn is at work Using
up the interior woodwork, tables,
benches, etc. The total number of
side-armor plates now on the vessel
is D ; others are being placed in posi
tion as fast as they are received.
The dynamos have been tested, mid
the craft lighted from stem to stern
by electricity ; everything worked
satisfactorily. The barbette armor
and the couning tower tube are now
ou the vyuy from Bethlehem, Penn
sylvania. S. V. Commercial News.
A traveling muii who chanced to
be in the store of E, V. Wood, at
Mclvces Rucks, Pa,, says while he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl camu in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
uid : "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine; she says it ie
tho best muili(JM)of(rrJjfMinulibin she
ever used," 50 cent bottles for aale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co,,
PHE WEEKLY BULLETIN-
1 columns of lutciesting reading
matters. Mulled to foreign countries,
15; Islands Hi.
A TRAVELCIA IN THE CUMBERLAND
RANGE HAS TO PROVE UP.
A rhiliMoplilciil Cotorwl liny Hnltcil by
a Mountaineer llo Truces of "Pro
Inc Up" Orlin r-omlbllltlet of HfliiR
Shot lrnr Iilcntlllciitlnn.
A I was to lake a short cut over 11
spur of the Cumberland mountains in
northern Tennessee 1 hired a colored boy
about 15 years of agn to go a part of the
distance with me. He had a solemn,
serious look, nnd 1 soon discovered that
he was a philosopher. 1 had been told
that there were moonshiners In tlioCmn
berlimds. and that the chances were I
would bo stopped and dimply investi
gated. When teady to part from tho
youth, I aslti h
"Do you think I'll meet auy moon
shiners?" "Dat depends, sab."
"On whatr .)
"On wbedder somebody hidin behind
de biesh or rocks doan' pop you obcr be
fo' you Id ti meet. If he'un's gnn bangs
fiah yo'un will probably meet."
It was a hot day in July, but I asked
him if bo thought the weather would j
hold, and ho looked at the bUj and re I
"Doan want to say, Bah. If you 1
should hold, you'n wouldn't give me no '
credit; and if it should snow", you'n j
would cuss me all day. Good day, sab.
Keep to the right arter you cross de ,
branch. If dat doan' bring you out, den 1
cum back an' keep to do left." I
I had gone about a mile wheu tho trail
branched, and after debating tho case
I took tho right hand again and went 1
forward, with the comfortable feeling 1
that I had half of a big statu at my per- I
sonal disposal to get lost in. j
IN A STUAMIE PLACE.
The path suddenly ended, and about
that time a mountaineer stepped from a
thicket on my left and confronted me, 1
and hnpihed: I
"Whirr from, stranger?"
I told him. I
"What you'n doin' hyar?"
"Look hyar!" he said, as he came near
er. "Yon's kin either provo up or ye
"Yon's either all right or you's cum
"Kin yo prove up?"
"Then walk along."
Ho walked besido me, or behind me,
through thickets and over rough ground
to a blianty just at the mouth of a ravine.
There was a man, a woman and a boy of
12 there, and my noso detected the odor
of a still. Tho three people mentioned
stood at the door as wo camo up, and the
man queried of my conductor:
"Gwino ter piovo up."
I sat down on a rock, and, leaving the
boy to watch me, the other thrco with
drew a few yards and held a consulta
tion This lasted about five minutes,
and when they returned the man who i
had captured me said:
"We 'tins is agreed on it. You's either
revenue or not. You's kin provo up or
"Can any of you read?" I asked.
"We kiu or wo can't," replied the
woman, who was smoking plug tobacco
in a clay pipe.
"Well, perhaps you've heard of at
"Wo monglit or wo moughtn't," re
plied tho husband ot tho woman.
"Well, hero's a lino from him. If
yrm are moonshiners you have bold him
whisky, and know him to bo all right.
Hero's my card, hero aro letters addressed
to mo at Monroe, and you can overliaul
They couldn't read a lino of writing,
and put up a job to catch me. After
consulting together a bit the woman said:
"What did you say ho'uus first namo
was George or William?"
"Neither one; it's Henry."
"And does he'un livo in a single or
double log house?"
"In a frame house."
"Which eye is he'un blind in?"
"Neither ono. Come, now, he's a big,
fleshy man, wears long whiskers, is bald
on top of the head, and has a front tooth
out. His wife is a little cross eyed wo
man and has two children."
That settled it, and 1 was at once given
a bite to eat and told to make myself at
home. I had some tobacco for the man
and pins and needles for tho woman, and
the present of a harinonican set tho boy
wild with delight.
" 'Sposin' you'n had shot ho'un down
tuar!" suggested tho woman to my cap
tor. "Then he'un would hov bin dead, of
co'so," he calmly replied.
By and by the men went up to attend
tho still, and the woman unrolled tho pa
per ol pins to the last row, opened the
paper of needles, and, placing tho two
bpools of thiead beside them, she called
to tho boy:
"Danny, cum hy'ax.."
"Look ip my eyea..''
"Is I flighty?"
"Skeercely, ma'am. "
"Well, I'o either flighty or the richest
woman ou theso yero mountain, au' 1
wish pop would hurry back an' tell me
which!" Detroit Free Press,
'I hu Othur Thine.
Au Iowa jubtico of the peace didu'l
actually fiuu a man $11 tor declaring
that the world was Hat, but because In
knocked the postmaster down for infaibt
inj that it waH round. It was a narrow
escape, though, and the defendant was
cautioned to look out next time. Do
The 8.tuii Thine.
"That JeCs me out," exclaimed Mibs
'Yes," assented Miss peacon,Stiee,t, of
Boston, "that permits your exlt."-t
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Safn and (iuntlu
t'awlnjrit llorise, j
abo he liti'd imder
saddle; 1 Top thakcaiid Harness. Ap
ply at ollice of
41 lit II, 11 AOKFKLD & CO.
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1 HATES flesh fuiin the tieemefoi
T Mile at
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issues livery Desirable orm of Policy 1
It has paidits members since its mgnnizallon THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLl AMS.
Its New Distribution Policy is tho most libeial over offered by any Insurance Company.
JOT For full particulars apply to
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands.
P.x ' Ilciiuinrc."
The Pacii'ic Hakuwauc Co., Ld.,
have just received from England nn
invoice of the well-known Doulton
Ware, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., clc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolineum Avcnaiius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
Auction Salih dj J-mias F. Morgan,
ISy order of Hon. S. B. Dole, I will
oll'ei for sile at Public Auction, at i
my S ilesioom, Queen i-treet, j
On MONDAY. June IJJth, j
AT IS O'CLOCK NOOJN,
Tha Following Dobl- Propart'os:
1 Lot 37 of the Kap'diulu survey,
iucluiling an aiea of -If) 5 acres and i
fenced on the casteily, westerly and j
mauka bides with stone wall for the I
most pait. This land is bounded !
mauka by the Waialae ro.ul, ensteily
by Wai.il.iu and weteily by Lot IIS. !
2 Lots 33. H3 and 31 of the Kapa
liiilu Mirvey, including an area of I
3S!)'1! acres. Fenced in by stone wall
and wile fence and for a .short di-.- j
tance by a steep pint of Diamond
Head. Hounded mauka by the I
Waialae Itoad, easterly by Lot 3,
wcsleily by the ill of l'aboa and ma
kai by l'aik lots, and ha& au outlet on
the I'atk and a water Mipply for
stock. This laud is cluaicd of lantaua
for about ' of iu area.
3 A portion of the Hi of Paho.i
lying wot of the l:i.-.t mentioned land
with tho Waialae load Girting itr.
mauka side. The new Ktp.ihuhi
load cuts acioss its westerly end.
Area 73 acre. Fenced on its easl
All of these Lands furnish
conr.ider.ible pnbiurc duiinj; a huge
part of the year and cou'aiii a yearly
inci casing prowl h of algeioba tiees,
wlijch furnish a large amount of feed
JAS. F. aiOKGAN.
4'2 17t AuetlnnoPf
Golden Rule Bazaar
IHi- X. Ii ftmitir Store.
UK SUKE AXI) .SEE TIIK
Latest and Greatest Inducement
IN Tills WKLL-KXOWN
MA Gill N'E!
lr It is a Lockstitch which with
simple arrangement cm bo turned Into
a ( liiiin.-tllch, thus inaUiug two ma
cliiuch hi one.
C Special inducement for Sat
urday Night only !
V.l 11 !.. n
'MI1II 111 II l
AT 25 CENTS ONLY !
W. F. REYNOLDS,
421J J'ltolMtlKioil, lt
HONEY TO IHJll.p HOApSS.
JF von have a lot, f will hiiild you a
lioiiec, and liirubli tlio limner on
caby teuiih. .1 L. MKyiClt,
I'M Foil Mieet.
Mutual Tel. (!(!'.': I. O. Jlox 'J87.
Pictiiru Frames niiiuV in
prder from luteal HtyluH of
mould infh. Kt'iinyuOnn of
old iiicturcH a Htooialty til
) King Brow., Hotel streot.
INS U UK
Society of the United States.
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FINANCIAL S NtENGTlI.
The consideration of first importance iu judging of the condition of
any financial institution (and noiably of a life assurance company, the ma
jority of whose contracts extend over long pciiods of years) is its surpliu
strength. The Equitable has, over and above all liabilities, a linger sur
plus than any other assurance company.
Assets, Dec. 31, 1891, - - $136,198,518.38
LIABILITIES, including Ilia liescr:o on all existiny Policies, (4
per cont. Standard) and Special Reserve (' wild tho es
tablishment ol a 3li por cont. valuation) l $1,500,000 109 905,537.82
This Surplus remains after mnkin;
rigid calculation of Liabilities based on
surance Law of the Stale of New York,
invested so u- to icalize interest at the
! addition to this, in a spirit of conservatism, the Directors of the Society,
j on the recommendation of its Finance Committee, have set aside a Special
Additional Kesorvo, looking towards even a more stringent and conservative
I future standard of valuation than the law now pi escribes.
ALEX. J OAR7WR1CHT,
General Assent for Ilnwiiiuin Islands.
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Paints, Oils & VnrnMies.
Vacuum Oil Co.'s Lu'idcatiiig Oils I
Always the same; made by a special
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Carbolineum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Cummins New Uloek, Fort & Merchant streets.
! 04 Fort Street,
oys' Calico Shirt
Children's Corset Waist for 40cts.
IN ALL SIZES. A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
SWISS & MADR&S DRAPERIES
IN ALU SHADES AND COLORS.
Antique Lace Scrim Curtains
IN ALL QUALITIES.
(MMiNI2K FOltT & HOTEL 8TKEKTS.
Wo Offer for TWO WEEKS Our Entire Stock at Reduced Prices !
Swires, Scotch (iinuJiniuH, French Sateens, White Dri'fes Goodp, checked
and striped; HEDFOKI) CORD, lalOht stylo; Eiguied Lawn, Etc.
I Ladies' Underwear, Corset Waiat for Ladies it Cliildicii; t'oivet (Cooler) very
I nice for this climate; Embroidery anil Lacett,
Boy'B Clothing, Trunks & Valises, Hate. Parasols, Hosiery, Etc.
j S. EIIIILICII & CO.,
. Corner Kort & Hotel sheets.
B. . EH LEES & CO.
After taking StocK e offer supeiior values for let-s than foinicr pi lees in every
CHENILLE rOKTIKltlSS, FKOM $0,50 Ul'WAJtD,
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AT ALL STYLES AND 1'IUOHS.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AliD GUFFS.
SPCIvS AND SOAJIFS AT COST.
t2 Dressmaking under the uiauugeuieut o MISS K. CLAKKE,
OF NEW YORK.
ii,, iuiiMwjr.-m-ggg..r y
provision for every obligation, on a
the standard nrcsciibed by the In
which assumes that Ass-els will be
rate of A per cent, per annum. In
Waist for 25cts,