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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER JUNE 1, ISM.
To Ewa MtLt.
Ixsavo Honolulu .
Leave Pearl Olty,
Arrlvo Ewn Mill.
Leavo Ewa Mill 0:2t 10:43
Leavo Pearl Citv 0:55 11 : 15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55
A walking enno
has boon found,
To-day is pay day for Govornmont
Work on tlio Masonic Toinplo has
Tho now courtroom fittings aro
Lodgo lo Trogros,
moots this evening.
A. F. & A. M.,
Diamond lload, 8 p. m. Woathor,
cloudy; wind northeast.
Tho P. G. band will givo its usual
coucort at Emma Squnro this even
ing. A Chinaman was finod SiiO bv
Judgo Foster this morning for hit-
Tides, Sun and Moon.
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4 9 IS!
J 1 10 20
0 11 30
S, C 101
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2 30 3 33
3 30 ft 0
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37 111 43
6 37 1 1 20
0 30 ....
0 30 0 13
Last quarter of the moon on tho 4th, at 4h.
Time Whlstlo blows at 111. 28m. 31s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which Is the same as 12h. Uni.
0s. at Greenwich time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, JULY 31, 1893.
Sunday, July 30.
Stmr Clandinc from Maul
Stmr Iwalaui from Kauai
Stmr Waialealc from Harnakua
Stmr Polo from Makawcli
Schr Mahimahi from Wuialua
Schr Kawailani from Koolau
Schr Sarah & Eliza from Koola
Bi'lir Liholiha from Wfflmeu
Monday, July 31.
Am schr Transit, Jorgonsen, for San
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmt Mokolii for Molokai
Stmr Kaala for Kuhuku and Pun.iluu
Schr Ka Moi for Kohala and Koliolalule
Bchr Kauikcaouli for Kohala
Schr Kawailani for Kuolim
Vessels Leaving Xo-morrow.
Stmr C R Bishop for Hanamaulu and Ka-
paa at 4 p m
Stmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p ru
Stmr Claudino for Maui at 5 p m
Stmr Walalealo for Lahaina and Harnakua
Stmr Iwaluni for Kauai at 4 p m
ting tho pipo.
Tho S. S. Mariposa resumed hor
voyago to tho Colonies at 6:30 o'clock
Throo arrests for cho fa worn raado
to-ilny,besidos throo assault and bat
teries and ouo affray.
Mr. Justice Biekorton and family
will leavo for a scasou of rest aim
chango on Maui to-morrow.
Twenty percent discount is what
N.S. Sachs is offering housckoopors
this week. I?ead advortisemont.
Tho Amateur Baseball Leaguo will
moot this evening in tho Y. M. C. A.
hall to draft a schodulo of games.
Tho lady friends of tho Myrtle
Boat Club will give a masquerade
ball at tho boat houso this evening.
A special meeting of tho Eocipro
city Sugar Company's stockholders
will bo held to-morrow at 9 o'clock
Tlio Hawaiian Debating club will
celebrate Hawaiian Independence
day with a social at Queen Emma
hall this evening.
To-morrow (Tuesday), at 12 o'clock
noon, L. J. Levey will sell a piece of
land at Kaneohe, Oahu, under fore
closure of mortgage.
Tho Star libel case was begun in
tho District Court at 3 o'clock this
afternoon. Evidence for tho prose
cution is beiug taken.
An experienced horticulturist says
that if more nianuro was used, thero
would bo less blight on the fruit and
other kitius cu trous in this town.
Comfortably furnished rooms, with
bathroom accommodation, may be
had at King Street House, comer of
Rev. Win. Kador's preaching,inorn
ing and evening, iu Central Union
church yesterday was larcroly at
tended and much esteonied. Peo
ple of all denominations wore in tho
It is reported that tho U. S. S.
Boston will leavo for target practice
at Lahuiua on Thursday nest. In
case tlio cruiser loaves, the football
game will bo played when sho re
turns in about two weeks.
Tho tug-of-war match between tho
Foundry mon weighing iu tho ag
gregate 11(55 pounds aud tho Poola
(.dock laborers) 1010 pounds at Kau
luwela Saturday afternoon, was won
by tho former aftor a hard pull of
2 hours and 53 minutes.
Mattora in Chambers gupromo
Court Decision Against Mc
Judgo Cooper has appointed Eliza
Proscott LueOp mothor of tho de
ceased, administratrix of tho estate
of Georgo Harry Luco without
bonds. Tho ostnto is valuod at
So(J00 aud tho mothor is tho heir.
Chief Justico Judd has ordered
tho reloaso of S. M. Damon from ac
countability in accoptiug cortain se
curities, as tho trustoo of O. Afoug's
ostato, from tho administrator of tho
lato Jonathan Austin's ostato. F.
M. Hatch for potitionor; A. S. Hart
woll for C. Afong; W. C. Parko for
tho minor children.
Tlio unanimous opinion of tho
J Supremo Court is roudorod by Jus
tice r roar on mo appeal ui puiiuuu
from tho decree of Judgo Coopor
in favor of defendants, in the caso of
Mary Kaloialii, for horsolf and as
next friond for Daisy, Caroline and
Kobort McKoaguo, minors, vs. Mor
ris S. Grinbaum and M. Louisson,
doing business under tho firm namo
of M. S. Grinbaum & Company. Tho
decision sustains tho Circuit Court
Judge's conclusions and affirms tho
decree with costs. A. Rosa for plain
tiff; A. S. Hartwoll for defendants.
Walter C. Poacock has given a
bond of $2000 with two sureties to
iiuiomnify Geo. W. Lincoln, Samuel
C. Allen, John Nott and tho Hawai
ian Hardwaro Co., in tho event of
anv injury to thom caused by an in
junction to prevent thom from bring
ing any action against him, provid
ing it shall bo finally dotorminod
that ho was not outitled to tho in
junction. In one suit outorod by
Allen & Robinson, Poacock is a co
defendant with Geo. W. Lincoln,
aud iu another ho is garnisheo.
Antone Borba, bankrupt, of Wai
luku petitions for discharge from
his dobts, aud Judgo Coopor has ap
pointed August 16 for tho hearing.
Judgo Coopor is this afternoon
hearing Catherine Rouckon vs. F.
Lutzowicko, assumpsit for S250.75 for
services. C. Croighton for plaintiff;
A. Rosa for dofonuaut.
JOINED THE P. O. ARMY.
A Rocruit From tho U. S. S. Adams
A U. S. sailor named Schroobor
was roportod from tho U. S. S.
Adams about two wooks ago and all
efforts to locato him wore without
success. On Saturday last Captain
Nolson hoard that the deserter had
onlistod iu tho P. G. army. This
information was made known to
Captain Zieglor, in command of tho
forces at tho Govorumeut building,
and ho stated that ho would soo tho
Colonel about it. At 7 o'clock iu
tho evening Captain Juon of tho Po
lico went to tho Government build
iug, but Captain Ziogler was absont.
Lieutenant King met tho officer,
who stated his errand. Tho lieut
enant said another ollicer had boon
thero oarlior in tho day about tho
samo man, aud that he could not do
anything until Captain Zieglor ro
turnod. Juon told him that ho was
protty suro that tho man ho was
after was tho right person. Tho
lieutenant statod that the man, who
had enlisted seven or oight days
ago, gavo tho namo of Schraylor.
Whilo tho parley was goiug on
Juon saw Schroobor walking along
on tho Waikiki side of tho Govorn
mont building in civilian's clothos,
having presumably scoured a fur
lough for the night. Tho man had
just come off duty. Juon waited un
til bchroober got outsiuo when ho
bade King goodnight and followed
him. Schroobor entered a house ou
tho corner of King and Richards
streets. Jueu followed him into tho
house and invited him to the Sta
tion. When asked what his namo
was he said Schra3ler. Juon secured
a description of tho man through
tho tolephouo, aud a sorgoaut from
tho U. S. S. Adams camo and identi
fied him. Ho was taken aboard.
Schroober alias Schrayler, after do
sorting from tho Adams, enlisted as
a P. G. soldier and served ever
sinco. Should it bo proved that tho
military authorities know all the
time that he was a deserter, tho P.
G. will have some interesting expla
nations to make to tho U. S. representatives.
Short Breath, Heart Trouble, Rhou
Mrs. L. HI. Palno
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
BSO Fort Street, Honolulu.
"I Imvo lived hero In Oregon for tho past
twenty years, ana most of tho time havo hoen a
very great sufferer from iaflnuitnutorr
rhruniiiilimi. 1 havo alio had li.it Iho doctor
called heart disease, w Itli shortness of breath
and sharp pains hi the left side. I deckled to take
Hood's S.irsap.irllln, and heroro I had finished
thrco bottles I was In better health than I had
been for years. I do not havo any pain now,
sleep well, and to-day no woman of my ago
Enjoys Bottor Health
than I. At homo on tho ranch I not only attend
to my family housework, but last summer I
cared for aud milked four cows. I do not feel
that I can say hull enough In praiso ot
Mas. I.. M. Paine, Eagle Creek, Oregon.
Hood's Pills aro prompt ajid efllclent, yet
easy In action. Bold by all druggists. 2Gc
HOISHOX, NEWMAN vfe CO.,
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Claudino 2190 bags sugar, 177 bags
potatoes, 100 bugs corn, 114 bags bout",,
71 head cuttle, 70 pigs, 41 hides and 01
Stmr Iwalaui 2000 bags sugar, 10 head
cattle, GO sheep, CO hags pia, 1(1 bags
rice, 0 bulls, 10 green hides and 08 pkgs
Stmr Waialealo 3112 bags sugar and 112
Schr Kawailani 200 bags rice.
Stmr Pele 3145 bags sugar.
Stmr Mokolii 75 sheep.
From Harnakua, per stmr Wnialealc,
July 30 Mrs V Oroto, Mrs H A Swift and
two children, and 23 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Iwalaui, July 30
Duke of Newcastle and valet, Qambicr
Bolton, G N Wilcox, Father Liebert, Father
Emerson, Mr Ellis and wife, O D I'ringlo,
Mr Klucgel, Arthur llice. S E Damon, (:
Haggings, Levi Kauai. v Berlowitz, A 11
Lindsay, Walter Lowrtu and 51 deck.
From Maui, per stmr Cluudine, July 30
G P Wilder, E Woduhooe and bride, H S
Kickard, J Blaney, E H Uiven, Dr G 1'
Andrews, F E Atwater, Father Sylvester,
Father Biesson, Futher Boniface, L Von
Tempsky. wife and child, A Ehlers, wife
and 2 children, Mrs Lnnsing and 2 chil
dren, H F Wichman, Miss Kiplev, Georgo
Mundon. Miss Miiudon, V V Ash'ford, Win
Stoddard, Ah Sing, Ah Young, A Aluuia
and 34 deck.
A Go-as-You-Ploaso Young Man.
The editor of tho twinklor is hav
ing fame thrust upon him in the
American press. This is a specimen
of several going the rounds, and is
from a Virginia paper:
"Walter Smith, editor of tho Ha
waiian Star, who has been getting
himself into trouble by attacking
Claus Spreckels, is an enterprising
young man and a graduate of Cor
nell. Ho was editor of the Ithaca
Journal for a time, and then went
to California as corrospondont for a
syndicate of Eastern papers. Then
lie led a filibustering expedition into
Southern California and narrowly
escaped getting shot. Ho did news
paper work on the San Fraucisco
papers for two years and finally
went to Honolulu. His friends pre
dict that ho will either bo President
of tho Hawaiian Republic or that ho
will get himsoll hangou.
An Ohio paper uses tho same
words as original, adding, "And tho
newspapers of this country who
havo been flooded with his Smith's
tales of woo ou tho island are hop
ing that ono or tho other will take
NEARLY A BIG BLAZE.
Firo Dopartmont Called
But Nat Needed.
Housekeepers Attention !
20 Per Cent Discount.
Lace Curtain Net by the Yard I
Norttingham Lace Curtains I
Embroidered Lace Curtains!
Antique Lace, Scrim Curtains I
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT
Will be allowsd on all purchases of the above mentioned
Articles during THIS WEEK.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Br B 8 Gaelic, from China. Auk 7
SB City of Now York, from
and Yokohama. Julv 31
b S Mlowora, from Sydney and
Am bk Uartha Davix from
Am bk Annie Johnson, from San Fran
Cisco for Hllo, July 31
Am bgt Consuclo, from Han FianuUco for
Kuhului, Aug .')
Bktne KJikitat, from I'ugel Bound, due
Ger bk J 0 l'ilugor, from Bremen, due Oct
Ger bk Paul Isenberg from Liverpool, due
Am ubip Topgallant from Port Jllakoly
Am Hclir Olgu from Tttcomu
Am bk Ameliu, from Pugot Sound, Aug 30
Am bk Albert, from San Kianeioco, Aug lu
Vossels in Port.
UBS Adams, Xclbon, from a crulbe
USB Boston, Day, fioiu u ciul.se
Am 4-mast hclir v II Talbot, Bluhiu, from
Newcastle, N S W
Am blUne lrmgard, Schmidt, from San
Am bk Klizabcth Graham, Anderson, from
Newcastle, N S V
Am bktuo BN Citstlu, Hubbard, from San
Br bk l'arthunoiio, Ileal, from Newcustlu,
Jlr echr Norma,
Ger bk G W Wilcox, WnUoro, from
Brbkl.adsloek, Williams, from Liverpool
Mucquanie, from Yoke-
Tlio British Imrk 1'arlliiiiiopii has begun
discharging coal ill the Hallway tvliurl.
'J'liu American four-mtisud sulmoimr
riuimlt, Jiiiguiituii nummr, sailed this
afternoon for tlio Uolden (lute utli u curgo
party of ladies and gentlemen
wont over to Mokuola, a little islaud
about half an hour's row off Heoia,
Koolau, on Saturday afternoon.
Some roturned last night and tho
remainder this morning. They re
port tho roail in lino condition.
Mr. H. J. Agnew, formerly of Ho
nolulu, aud now ongaged in breeding
trotting horses at tho Hillsdale Farm,
California, is a bolievor iu blooded
stock for farm work. Ho recently
astonished his neighbors by plowing
55 acres of land with a 15,000 team
Two novelties introduced to tho
Honolulu public in ono week is
a protty good record isn't it? This
has been accomplished by tho Ha
waiian Hardwaro Co. who toll you
iu another column all about tho new
enamelled tubs and tho modern
business man's koy ring.
J. M. Vivas, Portuguese Court in
terpreter, and A. Corroa, ayoug law
yer, had an altercation on Merchant
street to-day near tho Postoilico,
which resulted in an exchange of
blows. Correa mado a charge of as
sault and battery against Vivas at
the Station. Tho latter ponied up
Mr. Matthews, sugar clerk at tho
Makawoli Sugar Plantation, was
brought to town on tho steamer
Pole yesterday evening, in poor
health. Tho young man was taken
to tho Queen's Hospital iu a very
low coniiiiion. Air. Alaitliows was
previously clone at tiioi'aulcaa bugar
Tho final game of the season was
played at the League grounds on
Saturday afternoon, and tlio Cres
cents dropped another ono to tho
Hawaii. 'Iho attendance was small
and, although some good plays wore
made, there was littlo or no excite
ment. Tlio P. Q. baud wa-, present.
Tlio Hawaiis won by a score of 8 to 7.
Mr. Wray Taylor yoitorday com
pleted thiiteon years, continuous in
cumbency as organist of St. An
(liow's Cathedral. Iu the samo time
lie was for awiiilo iu charge ol Kau
inakapili Church organ. Tho liui.u:
tin congratulates Mr. Taylor as a
veteran nitiMcinn, on reaching so
advanced a period in his successful
caieer, and that without any ilaggiug
of his well-known enthusiasm in
unit torn iiuiaical.
About ono o'clock yesterday after
noon, Iho was seen iu tho brush ou
tho mountain side above Kaiieua
Falls. It asMimod large pronort ions
On Saturday evening the above
seaside resort was once more tho
scone of gay fostivity, the occasion
being a ball and supper given by
Miss Neumann to eighty of our best
known society people. Dancing was
kept up until midnight to tho ex
cellent music of J. Ailau's string
quintet. The supper served up was
iully in keeping with Host Ltfcur
gus' growing popularity as a fashion
able caterer. Tho following guests
havo gono out thero to stay during
tho summer months: Hon. Paul aud
Mrs. Neumann, Miss Neumaun, Capt.
Ferguson and wife, and Miss Finck
lor, besides numerous transit visitors.
Notwithstanding tho dull times Sans
Souci seems to bo booming.
Tho "ding doug" of tho fire boll
at tho Bell Towor was heard about
noon to-day. Tho telephone centrals
reported that thoro was a fire in a
cottage on King street near tho cor
ner of Alapai street. Tho ougiuo
companies responded promptly, but
tho blaze had boon extinguished
with the assistance of boys. Tho
firo was in a yard adjoining Mr. J.
13. Athorton's residence, on the Wai
kiki side, aud was caused by a light
ed cigarette. A native family had
just moved into tho house this da'.
Two women wore sitting in a room
in tho upper story smoking, when
ono aftor giving hor cigarette a
fiual puff threw it out of tho win
dow. The cigarette landed in tho
dry grass outside and only a fow
minutes sufficed to cause a big
blaze which increased at an alarm
ing rate. Tho grass was as dry as
tindor. The women rushed out and
secured buckets of water, while as
sistance was attracted from the
stroot by their cries. The firo was
extinguished, but not before it had
como dangerously near an adjoining
house. The side of tho houso was
scorched, also tho lattice work divid
ing the yard.
Last fall I was takou with a kind
of summer complaint, accompanied
with a wonderful diarrhoea. Soon
after my wife's sister, who lives with
us, was taken in tho same way, Wo
used almost everything without
benefit. Thou 1 said, lot us try
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrluea Komedy, which-.wo did,
aud that cured us right away. 1
think much of it, as it did for mo
what it was recommended to do.
Johu Hertzlor, Bethel, Berks Co.,
Pa. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &'
Co., agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
A Word about Our Baseball Supply
It U Fnll and Completo
The Prices Can't be Beat.
A hefurc remarked our Ojilicnl Depnrtment
icith the usihtttnee uftlte infallible l'.YEMI'
T1UI gocit slemlily iilong, but ire hmc a word
of warning for tl'uxe it ho T1IIXK they will be
made to louh more stylish by wearing glasses
take Punch's advice and l)OX'T,unlmyou
wear only the jinnies.
Gold, Nickel, Steel & Shell Frames Id Stock
SOLK AGENT FOK
NEW FURNITURE STORE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
I Furniture, Upholstery a Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
SOLE AGENT FOR
The charm that keeps peace in every
Guitars from $4 Up !
Our Stationery Ilop.irtnient U replete with
all Fashionable Society Papers.
NovoU by overy steamer. Al-o the Latest
and 'lle.-t Hound Hooks to suit all
iigeb at Publi-her'h Kates.
Music and Books Ordered by Every Steamer.
Don't forget that we keep the Ilest Assorted
Stock of Lawn TennU Goods iu
fc'T-.rMi.'w TW "I'M
Etc, Etc., Etc.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Stroot.
HELL TELEPHONE 5L'J.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE (M5.
The P. G. band will givo a pub
lic concert at Emma Square this
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Tho follow
ing program will bo rendered:
March Vienna Schammcl
Overture Uandit Tricks Suppe
Miserere II Trovatoro Verdi
Selection Rose of Castillo Halfo
Selection Pationco Sullivan
Euphonium solo Lone, Loiib Aco ...
?.. .. .Prendiville
Waltz Doutrinen Straua
Galop From Houso to limine Faust
Pint .Tnh Prinlina al Hip Itullplin Ofllrr.
Last Survivor of Waterloo
In tho "Died" list of tho Now
Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Eastern
Chronicle of July 1!1, 181)3, appears
"MauUon'.vlo At Gairloch, July
dtli, Donald McDonald, agod US)
years, probably tho last survivor of
tlio battle of Waterloo,"
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of the KmriiociTY
Suhaii Comi'.nv will be held at the Olllie
of W. O. Smith, Merchant street, TO
MOKHOW, Aug. J, 1891, at 0 o'clock a. m.
W. K. CASTLE,
Honolulu, July 31, lhfl'J. 7!U-lt
Two Larue Front Rooms.
en suite. Handsomely fur-
nihhed as Hudrooins, or an
Par or ami Hec room. Dry oca tv: mean
ant surrounding.". Apply Itm.i r.TiK Olllee.
Missionaries in tho South Sous.
Among tho cargo which will bo
takou away by tho mail steamor Ma
riposa whon sho sails for Sydney
aud way ports is a couplo of big bar
rels of brandy marked ltov. Vidul
Suva, Fiji islands. .9. 1 Chronicle.
"One of my customers came iu to
day and asked mo for tho best cough
medicine 1 had," says Low Young, a
prominent dniggi.it of Newman
Grove, Nob. "Of course 1 bhowed
him (Jhamhorlnin'H Cough Itemed',
and ho did not ask to see any other.
1 have never yet hold a medicine
that would loosen and relieve a se
vere cold no quickly as that Komedy
doos, 1 have sold four dozens of it
within the last sixty days ami do
and at ouo time covered soviiral linn- ( "l know of a bingle case where it
The JJuily JiutleUn U tU-Uvrrtd
earritrtfor GO nmti prr month,
drodnids, .Mr. Schnofer telephon
ed to the .Station aud an ollicer was
iloiimtohod, Near the place where
the lire Marled a Chinaman named
Ah Soy was found aud it is believed
ho sut firo to I he brush, Tno lire
burned out lust uiglit.
failed to give the most perfect satis
faction." f)0 cunt bottles for side by
all dealers. HeiiHou, Smith it Co.,
agents for Iho Hawaiian Islands.
tiuhtoriht for th
oitdi per month,
Ihilii liullrlin, r0
KING STREET HOUSE,
117 .t lilt King St., eor. Alakea.
Comfortably Furnished Rooms
From $1.50 aud Upwards For Week.
Quiet Clean Rooms, Batb Up & Down Stairs,
7l-tf A. McDOWALL, Prop.
Souvenir Spoons I
Jeweler and Watchmaker.
Mcloerny Block, Fort Street,
Legends & Myths ot the Hawaiian Islands
Uy His Late Majesty Kalakaun.
Sent to any address on receipt of $2.!.
I'Elt BARK "C. 1). BRYANT"
OF ALL STYLUS
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
IS TIIK I.ATKST IWTTBKNS.
HAND SEWING MACHINES
All with the I .ate -it improvement),
ALSO ON HANI)
lideliraltil Cote Pianos
Parlor Organs, Guitars
This Space is Reserved
JUL. S. X-.S
FOR BALK BY
ED, HOFFSGHLAEGER & CO,,
Kim; htreet, oppo. Cuxtlu A' Cimke,
AT TIIK FAMOUS STORE OF
IB. IF. EHLERS &c GO.
BOS & 511 PORT STRHBT.
Canton "Wa.sa ITetTorios !
A liaudHome Cottoti Falirle; New S( lea this teasou; the ctl'ec U aru fiu'-uiinilea of Chinr
Silks; to K'u them motmi to appreeiate them.
, .AJRTJ S-A-TEJElsrS !
Silk linUh jubt out; real French deslu;ii are the lini'st and the eraze of the season.
Cashmere Sublimes SO Cents TTa.rci !
One of tho handsomest Wash .MutcriuN thin peaMiu entirely new and
for the price hurt no eiital.
"White Lawris and Dimity !
In Plain, Striped aud I heeked in great variot).
rft" Dressuiakiug Under the Management of MRS. RENNER. .&3
1 T A
J ol the II mv mian Si'iiui u. held
Viu. ii, Irulu
July !2 I'lH.
'J.'illi, a divlili'iHl of
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
I mi the I'uplliil Sliiek of llinl'uiii-
in me .lut'iim,
I), on iiml ultei
(illlcuiil the ,W
i . I .
M ii. 1IIW IS.
1 H ii-iuer II. H. Co,
Assets January 1, 1892,
utinu Keadlni! Mattel
Ullldn,Ml nmlleil to forelKii oouiitrln.16.
1 uuiiuiiif InlerimtiiiK Keadlll Matter.
1'lre rlbkn ou all l.ind of limumikv Property taken at Current Rlk ly
AetliiK Agut for Ui lluwullau UUudi,