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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FKOM AND AFTER JUNK 1. 1803.
To Ewa Mill.
Lcnvo l'carl City.
Arrive Ewa Mill..
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:13
Leave Pearl City 0:63 11:16
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55
Tides, Sun and Moon.
BY c. J. LYONS.
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Thurs. 10 3 25 3 (hi, 8 23, 0 ;(.
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4 35 4 35 1 1 Oil 10 (H)
5 40 U Will 40 10 15
5 33 0 32
ft : 0 31
Mew moon on tlm lltli nt loll. 17m. u. in.
Time Wlilstlu bfou h at 111. '2mu. :11s. ii.iii. of
Honolulu time, which is tho bamo us l'21i. Oui.
0s. of Uruuuwlcli time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, AUG. 7, 1893.
Sunday, Aug. G.
Am bgtne W G Irwin, Williams, 15 days
from San Frnncii-co
Haw schr Liliu, Hitchlield, from the South
Stmr Claudiue from Haul
Stmr Waialealo from Kuual
Stmr Iwftlnni from Kauai "
Sehr Sarah & Eliza from Koolau
Schr Mille Morris from Koolau
Monday, Aug. 7.
Stmr Kaala for Laio and Kahuku
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stun Mokolii for Molokai
Stmr Waiiuannlo for Koolau
Stmr Jas Makee for Kupaa
Schr Haleakula for Kona
Bohr Mary E Foster for Makawcli
Schr Ka Moi for Kohala and Koholalcle
Schr Mahimahi for Wniulim
Schr Kawailani for Koolau
Schr Sarah t Eliza for Koolau
Bohr Millo Morris for' Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am schr Transit, Jorgonsen, for San Fran
cisco Stmr Mikahala for Muui and Hawaii at 10
Stmr Claudine for Maui at 5 p m
Stmr Iwalani for Karat at i p m
Stmr Waialealo for Lahaina and Hamakua '
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Claudino 188(ihaK3 sugar, 431 bags
potatoes, 1!K) bags corn, 2U libls poi, UH!
icet koa lumber, 103 hog-, 37 head cat
tle, 0 horses, 15 hides und IX) pUgs sun
dries. Stmr Wuialeale 1700 bags sugur, Vli hides
and 1073 bugs paddy.
Stmr Iwaluni 875 bags sugar, 25 bags pia,
14 bags rice and 01 pkgs .-undries.
From Maui and Hawaii per stmr Claud
ine, Aug 0-W O Wilder, G P Wilder and
wife. J A Wilder, C H Himpkins, Muster H
Wilder, Mr Smith, Mrs J V D.ivirixon and
3 children, F U Zoller, S W Kaui, Mrs M
Dart, Miss Hakuole, Isiiuc Hukuole, Dr
Playfuir, Mr Westiimcott,-W H Comwell,
Miss 1J Cornwell, Miss A Widdifleld, MUs
L Cunningham, Judge A X Kepuikui, C A
Long, J MuNicoll, M (J Itoss, Mrs Kaluinu
nui, V J Smith. Ur 0 S Stow, Mrs J V t'ol
burn and family, Miss K Long, Mlt-s
Lyons, Y Young and 81 deck.
From Kauai per utmr Iwalani, Aug 0 II
P Baldwin, Miss Mason, Miss Scliimmul
fenig, It Cuttou, Judge Hardy? Miss Le
mon, Miss Hurt, Wm Stoddard, K A Scott,
3 Chinese, and 3!) deck. '
From Kauai per stmr Walaleale, Aug f
Mrs E J G Ilryant and ! duck.
From Kapaa per stmr Jus Mukce, Aug (i
Foreign Vessels Expected.
S 8 Australia, Houdlctte, from Snn Pinn-
cit-co, Aug I)
Br 6 S Quelle, troiu China, Aug 7
Am hk JIurtha Davis) fiom Boston, due
Am hk Annie Johnson, from San Prnn-
cUco tor llilo, July 31
Am hgt CoiiHiielo, from Ban Fianclsc-o for
Kahului, Aug 5
Bktno Klikitut, fiom Pugel Sound, due
J line 20-v!,i
Gcr hk J (J l'lluger, from Bremen, due Oct
Gerhk Paul Iheuherg fiom Liverpool, due
Am Hliip Topgallant from Port llluUely
Am pchr Olga from Tacoina
Am hk Amelia, from Paget Hound, Aug .".u
Am hk Albert, from Ban Pranclbco, Aug 10
Vossols in Fort.
UBS AdaniH, Xelson, from n crnise
Am hk Hliztihuth (Iraham, Anderson, from
Newcastle, J B W
Am hktue B N t'abtle, lluhbard, from Ban
Am hgtno V Q Irwin, Williams, from Ban
Br hk Purthouoiiu, Heal, from Newcastle,
Br schr Norma, JIaciniarrlo, from Yoko
hama Oer hk G W Wilcox, Walters, from Liver
pool Br bk l.ailstocl;, William, from Liverpool
The ntcamur Pole Is oxpect'.-d from Makn
woll, Kauai, on Wednesday morning.
The ateamor Iwalani returned ycxturdnv
morning from Kuuui, anil will leave oil
tho Mikuhnlu'H route to-morrnw,
Tho Huwuliau uhooner Llllu in com
mand of t'upt. .1. (1. iluehlield, arrived
utcrduy utturnooii, hi diivn (ruin Jalutt
In tuoBoiuli Bean. 'J lie I, (Hit lull Hono
lulu on July IU, I Mi.', on a uudlnu voyago
in tliu Uuutli, nail rutnrnciil after it wry
bUocemful triji. blm litm on board IU.UM
need ixtcounuU, IUJJimuihI. hhurl; lliutiud
iioyurul luckugen of curlo. Thu Llllu U
lylPU Oil ttiu Old Uuxfom HwMt'v whurf.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mr. IT. P. Baldwin of Makowoll is
Mr. Thos. Tnnnatt tho jowolot ia
fory low with fovor.
Tho P. G-. band plajs at Emma
Squaro this evening.
Diamond Hoad, 8 p. m. Woathor
liazy, wind light oast.
Tho drodgo began work near tho
Likoliko wharf this morning.
California Feed Co. for
Both tolophonos 121.
Tho U. S. cruisor Boston will re
turn to port on Thursday to got her
To-morrow at 12 o'clock noon,
Lowis J. Lovoy will hold a sale of
Tho regular annual meeting of tho
Union Feed Co. will bo held on
Thursday, 10th inst.
A. Wall, A. Johnson, A. Rico and
A. Brown woro fined in the District
Court this morning for drunkonnoss.
Philatelists may obtain bargains
in Hawaiian stamps, for this wook
only, at tho Hawaiian News Co. See
Tho gontlomen are going to havo
thoir innius at N. S. Sachs' this
week. Look ovor tho list of bargains
During the hot weather now pre
vailing, the Aloha Bath House is fro
quoutod by visitors on account of its
nearness to towu.
Tho Pioneer Building & Loan
Association will hold its regular
monthly mauling in tho Chamber of
Couimnrco this evening.
Tho S. S. OcoTiniTancTs. S. Gaelic
will both bo duo to-morrow, tho
former from San Francisco and tho
latter-from tho Orient.
San Yuen, tho Chinese merchant
who was arrested on Saturday for ,
selling liquor without a license, will i
bo tried on Thursday next.
Tho Amatour Baseball League
will meet at tho Y. M. C. A. hall this
ovening, to arrange a schedulo of
games for the coining soason.
A Chinaman fell into tho water
' while coming off the steamer Claud-
iuo yostoiday uiorniug. Ho lost his
valise, but otherwise came out right
1 Thoro will bo a concert by tho P.
' G. band at tho Hotol to-morrow
evening, for the eutertaiument of
passengers by the stoamors Oceanic
A tronpo of Japaueso actors iu
toud shortly to givo a sorios of
dramatic performances in this city.
i Tho first play will probably bo "Tho
I Fortj- Uonius."
ii. Davis' extensive stock of cloth
ing, boots and shoos, &c., will bo
auctioned off bv L. J. Love v. at his
salesrooms to-morrow, commencing i
at IU o clock a.m. ,, tTT "r. ,
I Dr. M. E. Grossman, D. D.S., hav-
Consular and Govornmont flags I ing returnod from tho Coast, has ro
wer flying 3-estorda3' iu honor of ' sumed tho practice of his profession
the birthday of tho Emperor of at his old office on Hotel street.
China. Tho Chinese residents cole-' - . .
bratod tho event iu a quiet way.
Five horses belonging to W. H.
Corn well's- stables at Waikapu ar
rived in town on the steamor Clau-
lino T h, v v nnnti. ni if K n
Main races lor the coming races on
Sept. 2d, tho Queen's birthday.
Tho now merry-go-round, at Bethol
and Hotel streets drew an enormous
crowd on Sasurday ovoning. It was
estimated that tho patronage
amouuled to a dollar a minute
throughout tho ovening. Tho whirli
gig will bo taken on to the Colonies
on tho nest through steamer.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Nowlein give a
Hawaiian luau at Nuuanu Valley
this afternoon in honor of Dr. Play
fair and Mr. Wostniacott, of Eng
land. Tliei-o gentlemen, who havo
been touring the islands, will leave
on tho S. S. Gaelic, which is expect
ed to-morrow from tho Orient, for
Italians at "War.
Lui Bursotti, tenor and Unto player
in tho U. S. Jl.-ig.thip band, had hot
words with Bushmill, an employee
in the Honolulu J run Works, in
front of the Police Station at noon
to-day. After a few exchanges Bush
mill turned and ran, followed by Bar
sotti. As ho got near his flying foe
B.trsotti picked up a shovel and was
iu the act of striking him, when ho
was arrested by an ollicor. Barsotti
was locked up for assault and bat
tery but later released on putting
up 25 bail.
Tho P. G. baud will givo a pub
lic concert at Emma Squaro this
evening at 7:150 o'clock. The fol
lowing program will bo lendorcd:
PA 1ST I.
Muroli - National I'enclhle! Souza
Oveiture 1 I'uritani Boiutjimt
Piccolo Bolo The Ilusp llluuBea . liruwer
(liand Selection II Biuvo ., . ..Mercadante
Medley Popular Aim
Walt. Bpeelal ttfiiorts
i l'ollta Mazinka Nana
i Hawaii I'onoi.
, Trnmcnr nobbed,
I The conductor of one of the train
i cars roixirtud to the Ptilico Station
I yesterday that the faro box had been
i robbed on Saturday night. The car
i had put up at the Palauia terminus
'that night and aftor turning over
the hoi't-cs to lliostabloinaii, the con
ductor went to tlm box and found it
open and nbiiut $20 in cash and $22
wurlli of licl.nlh taken. The bus had
probably been broken when the car
va full of people, Thorn is mi uluo
a-i to the robber.
Tho liigliet piaino linn been won
by Hood t Pills for their uusy, yet
olllciunl nullum Sold by all ilruij-
I tjltotrt, J'lilHl 25 IHJllU.
MINISTER BLOUNT LEAVING.
i ii i m i'l
XntondA to Bnll by tho B, B. OnoUo
Reports woro in eonoral oirouln-
tion nil this forenoon to tho effect
that His Excellency J. H. Blount,
United States Minister Plenipoten-1
uurjy inutuuuu teiiving ior uomo Dy
tho stoamor Gaelic duo to-morrow
from Chum and Japan.
Ministor Blount confirmed tho ro
ports, so far a3 tho above ossontiol
fact is concerned, to a Bulletin
representative this afternoon. Ho
said ho intended toToavo by to-mor-1
row's stoamor, unless tho other '
stoamor from San Francisco should i
bring matters requiring his further
Thoro was nothing in tho situation
hero, the Minister continued, requir
ing his presence, and ho had import- '
ant privato business at homo. His '
successor was probably appointed
by this time, and might possibly ar
rive by tho next stoamor.
When told it was reported ho was
going to appoint a temporary suc
cessor beforo leaving, Ministor
Blount said ho had no authority to
do such a thing. Consuls, as sug
gested by tho questioner, could
whon thoy had authority appoint
substitutes when leaving thoir posts
temporarily, but a diplomatic repre
sentative did not havo such autho
rity. Ho would leave tho United
States Government proporty, how
ever, in cliargo of tho Consul-Gen-eral.
In answer to a remark that his de
parture would bo generally regret
ted, tho Ministor said ho had found
it very pleasant horo in many ways,
but this was not his homo. Goorgin
wns his homo, and his affairs there
absolutely required his return. Ho
had come hero on a special mission
and was appointed Minister without
his knowledge but had only accept
ed the position temporarily. Di
plomacy was not his vocation. Ho
was in a position now, however, to
give his Government what informa
tion it neodod about tho situation in
tho Hawaiian Islands.
Rooms to lot
with board at Ilani-
Root Beor on draught at Benson,
Smith. & Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. R. I. Mooro, dentist, has re
moved his office to Arlington House,
Hotel street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. Goo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
removed his office from King street
to Boretauia street, near Emma.
W. H. Benson, oiano and orcan
tuner, has roturned from Kauai and
may be found at tho Arlington
Hotel as usual,
in San Fran-
Tho refusal of tho San Francisco
Board of Education to admit Japati-
ly caused groat excitement among
tho Japanese residents there. As
soon as the docision of tho Board
becamo known, thoy commenced to
agitato for its reversal. Thoy first
called upon Mr. Hyde, the Superin
tendent of the Board, who confessed,
it is said, that the decision was
shameful, and that ho was himself
opposed to it", but his own views had
boon overruled by a majority. He
promised, however, to do all in his
power to effect tho rovorsal of tho
decision at the Board's meeting on
tho 28th June. On another occasion
ho advised tho agitators to bo quiet
and await tho result of tho meeting
of tho 28th, as any agitation before
unit might prejudice tho members
md tho public generally against the
Japanese. He subsoriuontrv assured
them in a letter that ho would do
his bost. to mitiirato its sovnrit.v if li
could not reverse the decision alto-
got her. Japanese Esehunye.
J. J. Carvallio, a member of the P.
G. army, brought u civil suit against
his wile, Maria C. Martins, for de-
t-erting his bed and board in tho
District Court to-day. Carvalho
to-tilied that Marlins had refused to
return to him, although ho had
asked hor several times. She, on tho
other hand, stated that complain
ant beat hor and treated her badly.
On cross examination by the Judge,
Carvallio said ho did not want her
to come and live with him, after
making tho complaint. His Honor
could not do anything more than
dismiss the caso. Thoro was a largo
attendance of Portuguese iu tho
Another Japanoso Suicido.
A Japanese woman was found dead '
at Ewa this morning. Sho was hang
ing with her neck broken in an un
occupied building. Deputy Sheriff
Wond investigated the caso on the
ground. All the circumstances indi
cated hiiicido. There wore no marks
of violence on tho woman's person,
except lhoe inado by the ropo
around her neck. The woman was
for Komi) years a domestic iu the em
ploy of Mr. C. A. Brown at Waipio.
For a lame back or for a pain iu
tho side or chest, try saturating a
piece of llaiiuel with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and binding it onto the
all'ected parts. This treatment will
euro any ordinary caso in ouo or two
days, ruin Balm iIm cures rheum
iiIimii. Til) cent bottles for Kile by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co,,
agents for I he Hawaiian Ixlniuls.
All kind of Voiimierolul l'rlntiiiu
, promptly eicutnl nl lm mtf at tho
i liiilUU'i Off,
STRUCK THEIR 'PARENTS.
On? Arrwit ftnd-.tho Othw TPfcttqi
At Amvatolimu yostordny after
noon thoro wns quito a littlo oxcito
mnnt for nwhilo. A native father
and son had a few words over some-
blows. Tho son, George Kihoi, struck
tho old man on tho forehead and
oyos, drawing blood. Tho father was
so weak from tho son's onslaught,
that ho could not parry tho blows.
Georgo finally caught tho old man
around tho waist and throw him
down tho Btops. As the lad was ,
making so much noise, threatening ,
to do up tho neighborhood, a mos-1
songor came to tho Station on horso-1
back, aud an officer was despatched I
to arrest tho obstroporous lad. Ho
was found guilty of assault and bat
tery iu tho District Court this morn
ing aud fined $20.
Shortly aftor Kihoi was orrostod,
a young girl and hor mother had a
hair-pulling contest a few doors
abovo the place. Hud it not boon
for tho intervention of peacemakers
tho mothor would havo boon hurt.
No arrest was made.
luing or owiui uuu mu pun uuiuu iu
Mr. H. J. Mayers, of Oakland, Md.,
says: "I havo sold thirtoon bottles
of Chnmberlnin's Cough Romedy
to-day ana am literally sold out.
This is tho largest sale on record of
any one preparation in a day ovor
our counters. It gives tho best sat
isfaction of any cough medicino wo
handle, and as n sollor it leads all
other preparations on this maikot."
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for tho Hawai
THE REGULAR QUARTERLY MEET
iin; of the Union Feed Co, (L'd.),
will be held at the Company's ulllco. on
THURSDAY, tho luth inst., at 10:30
O'clock A. M.
V. R. VIDA,
Secretary Union Feed Co., L'd.
Honolulu, Aug. 7, ISilS. "07-3t
POSTAGE STAMPS FOR SALE.
COMPLETE SET OF
uov't, in," ior
News Co.'s Store,
bale at the Hawaiian
for tliis week only for
OF Special prices for Stam
or by the sheet, the issue of
Building and Loan Association.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEET
ing will be held at the Chamber of
Commerce on MONDAY EVENING, Ang.
7, 1803, at 7:30 o'clock.
KW Payments are ronuired in Gold.
JOHN G. RUTHWELL,
ALOHA BATH HOUSE
- - NEAREST TO TOWN - - '
Good Accommodation for Bathers
Bell Telephone 157.
MRS. J. H. REIST,
Pure Bred Pointer Pups
T. W. LISHMAN,
Bell Telephone 317.
Palace Ice Cream Parlors
Arlington Block, - Hotel Street.
Ice Cream, Soda Water, Candy, Etc.
COFFEE, CHOCOLATE & TEA
KING STREET HOUSE,
117 & 11!) King St., cor. Alakea.
nnmfnrtahlv finmiehorl Pnfimc
From $1.50 and Upwards Per Week.
' Quiet Clean Rooms.
Bath Up & Down Stairs.
M uDOW ALL, - - - Proprietor.
iMPoitrun akij Deai.kii m
Gent's, Ladles' and Children's Boots, Shoes
No. 103 Fort Street,
UlllKUT IMI'linTKII OF-
KNUL1BH AND CONTINKNTAL
No. 15 Kaahumanu Htrect.
J. J. WILLIAMS.
. The Only Collection ol island Views,
Elegant -:- Restaurant
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Uivk's lluUilliu:, Fort, between Klni;
and Mcrcliunt aticet.
Opening on Thursday, June 29llv
A.T IO A, IA.
ftf Uiulalrn Itooui Ueiiervcd for Ladles
und tliclr lUcurU.
Uome Cookery, Ouly Vlilie Uelp Employed,
, pRlNoca M, K100LL, I
A Boston Dressmakor
All Who Suffer Similarly, Ro
mombor, HOOD'S CURES
2Urs. F. W. Varltcr .
This lady Is tv 'well-known and popular
"Thcrolsnomhtako about Hood's Sarsapa
rtlta, I want to tell how qulcl-.ly It cured mo ol
sour stomach, which had troubled ico for over a
year. I could not oven tako a swallow of water
but-wliat I suffered from t!Utic nnd acidity.
When 1 began to tako Hood's Sarsaparllla I
could sco good effects from tho first Hireo doses.
I continued until I had taken tUrco bottles and
' c... H " n ns 4
b patlila IffUl CO
havo been entirely curnl. I L'lvo this state
ment for the benefit of others who nro suffering
similarly." Mns. P. W. IUiskeii, 41 Chester
Tark, Eoston, Mass.
HOOD'3 PlLLS nro tlmbcat after-dinner Fills
usltt UlEoiUon. euro hcadifchn. Try a box. 25c
HOUROX, XEWMAX & CO.,
Agents tor Hawaiian lslnnil.
watches & clocks
Jeweler aud Watchmaker.
Mclnerny Block, - - Fort Street.
make from an artificially pro
duced GUM utmost as clastic as
INDIA RUBBER, which, whon
reduced by certain volatile sol
vents to tho consistency of an
oil, can bo mixed with till pig
mouts, and used in the same
manner as linseed oil.
It resists water, acids, alkalies,
heat and cold and atmospheric
influence.-). It lasts longer, gives
a richer gloss, covers better and
makes pigments more brilliant
than the purest aud best liu&eed
It possesses the remarkable
properly of "covering" with
much less pigment than any
oilier oil. It also mixes iu larger
proportions with varnishes and
improves their working, lasting
and wearing properties.
From the Manager of Faauhau Plantation
Co., Hamakua, Hawaii,
Wm. Litih Oi.iwni, K.sQ., Manager Ameri
can Lucol Co., ban i'l-aiiehoo,
A year ago I u-ed some of tho oil manu
factured by jour Company to paint one of
our Plantation Imllding-', at the muiiio time
paintlii); adjoining buildiuijs with paints
mixed with Ameiicau and Kiifjlihh Llu
bccd OIU. The p.iint was mixed ami ap
plied hy a competent workman.
i Tho huIhliiiK painted with Lucol Oil re
taliifc ith oiiginul appearance, while IIiomi
on which Limiced Oil was UM'd failed Mime
time ago, lh paint In-coming chalky. Ah
thin l'lantutioii Is on the weather idu of
the Island, ami the climate exceptionally
trying on Paint, 1 consider the above to ho
as thorough u tot as any to which your
Oil c.in posAible he Mlhjcctcd, Its Biiperlor
ity heing so apparent. 1 ta).e plcasiim iu
ii'eoiiiiuendiiig the Lucol Oil to all uur ol
I ' A, Mooltl-:, Managpr.
September ft, lhli.',
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Y JoU iWliiH ni th ItnlWti Oj)U,
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
5BO Fort Street, Honolulu,
Gentlemen Attention !
THIS IS YOUR WEEK FOR BARGAINS
Men's Black Straw Huts 45 Cts.
Men's Crape Shirts 85 Cts.
; British Socks, 5 pair for SI 00
Men's Gauze Undershirts, 5 for 1 00
Unlanndriecl Shirts, good quality 60 Cts.
Silk Scarfs 25 Cts.
gCSThe above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
3VC. s. il-es-vst
7 5 FORT STREET
Fi k m nil ! a a 0 h
' Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSOitTMENT OF
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OU DAM.WIED HOODS KEI'T ON HAND
ORDYVAY c porter,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Strcot.
BELL TELEPHONE 5J5.
AT THE FAMOUS STOKE OK
IB. IF. EHLERS & GO.
BOS 8c B X 1 FOR.T STR.EJE1T.
Oeixrton. "VvTaslx Falorios !
A handsome Cotton l-'uhrio; New Styles this kiiimjii, tho ell'ects are Iia-t.iiniles of Chlnr
bilks,; to co them means to appreciate them.
Silk lltiish just out; real l-'reuch deigns are the tluest and the ertuo of the teason.
Cashmere Svitolim.es SO Cents Ya-rci !
One of the liaudHoiucst Wu-.li Materi.ils this i-eaAOii entirely new and
for the price has no ecpial.
Wliite Lawna and Dimity !
Iu I'mln, btriped and I'heckcd in gre.u variety.
V?t" Drosamaklug Under the ManaQoinont of URS. RCNNBR. Ji
Royal Insurance Company
" The Largest
Assets January 1, 1892,
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