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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AKTKH JUNE 1. 1893.
To Ewa Mtu.
Leave Honolulu 8:45 1:15
Leave Pearl City f) s30 2 :S0
Arrivo Ewa Mill 9:57 2:57
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43
Leave Pearl Oitv 0:55 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Jhtnos F. Morgan has jriuoapplo
plants for salo.
Diamond Head, 0 p. in.
clear; wind, light cast.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
IIT C. J. 1AON8.
DAT. T S S P B
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lu.m. n tn.'a.m. n.m
4 tl M 11 U 4 15 T 13
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1 40 2 n
2 41) 2 40
3 10. 3
II 30 3 30
4 15' 3 4V
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tUi If Jit
15 U 25
5 44 0 11
5 44 0 12
5 45 0 11
5 45' 0 10
5 45 U U
5 45 0 8
8 40' 0
1 U 21
Now moon on the Utu at 8I1. 33m. p. in.
Time Whistle blows ut 111. 2am. Ms. li.m. of
Honolulu time, which Is tlio mime as hill, um.
03. ot Ureeiiuich timi!.
TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 7, 1893.
Thursday, Sopt. 7.
Btmr Walmaualo from Wnlanae
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Btmr Mikahala for Maul and Hawaii at 10
For Hanainaulu and Kapna per stmr
Job Makee. Sept 0-W H Hice, W.m A
Eassie, Rev H Isenberj? mid wife, K O
Spalding, H Z Austin and wife, Geo Mun
don, Tbos Neal and 10 deck.
The Hawaiian bark Mauna Ala will be
duo at Honolulu from San Francisco on
Sept. 25 with a full cargo of hay and grain
for the California Feed Co.
The following reference to one of the two
new 4-masted tteel Hawaiian ships, John
Enaand Hawaiian Isles, appears in the
Sydney Daily Telegraph uf August 12: "To
tbe John Ena, which arrived at Poit Pirie
on Mouday last, belongs the honor of
bringing the largest cargo of timber to
Australia, as well as tbe largest which has
left the shores of Amerii-a in one bottom.
She has the enormous quantity of 2,5 0,797
super, feet, whieh is equal to 5370 tons of
40 cubic feet. The ship, which lias made a
smart passage of 09 days, is consigned to
tbe Globe Timber Mill, Limited, and is the
second vessel 10 airivo ot the fleet charter
ed in fulfilment of their contract with the
Broken Hill 1 roprietary Company, Limit
ed, for tho supply of 10,000,000 superficial
feet uf mining timber."
Tlio S. S. Australia will arrivo lioro
on hor next trip ou a Saturday.
Captain Waltor H. Ferguson and
wifo will return lionio on tho S. S.
Australia noxt yotlosday.
Tho P. G. band gavo n concert at
Sans Souoi yostorday evening. Tim
evening tho same band will play at
Many ot tho trees in tho Execu
tive building grounds havo been
culled of all their folingo owing to
A pneumatic tiro wheel exploded
on Merchant street this morning,
tho sound mado being somewhat
like tho crack ot a pistol.
Kauanui, for several years em
ployed as mt'ssouger at tlio Govern
ment building, died on Tuesday
night and was buried 3osterday.
Do not forgot tho timo when you
can ring up N. P. Burgess to do
your work. Watch his ad., 'till nino
in tho morning. Mutual telephone
Tho shareholders of tho Waima
nalo Sugar Co. will hold a meeting
at?tho office of Messrs. Bruce &
Alox. J. Cartwright at 9 o'clock to
The eight Japs charged with tho
murder of a fellow-countryman at
Ewa will bo tried in tho District
Court on Saturday. Tho investiga
tion is still. going on.
Mrs. Lydia Chapmau was found
guilt' oT having opium unlawfully in
possession on August 23 in tho Dis
trict Court this morning, and was
sentenced to pay a fino of $7)0.
Houry Bigelow of tho Examiner,
who represented that papor in Hono
lulu at the obsequies 01 King Kala
Itaun, was lately seriously ill in San
Francisco. Ho had overworked him
self in writing a drama which is
shortly to bo produced at a theatre
The Kalakaua Cup has not be
come the property of Mr. W. H.
Cornwell as pieviously reported, but
is lying in a suug plusli case in the
safe of Mr. C. O. Burger, Secretary
of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club. By
agreement previous to the race in
which Billy C won, Mr. Cornwell
was tendered S100 prizo.
Tho P. G. army is being regaled
these days with kegs of beer. After
the drill meeting of Co. C yesterday
evening in tho barracks, two barrels
of beer were brought in and each
Diau was given two glassos of the
foamiug liquid. A member of tho
company stated that the Govern
ment paid for tho '"shout."
Cuartorly Mooting of tho Board of
Tho quarterly mooting of tho
Board .of Trustees of tho Queen's
Hospital was hold in tho Chamber
of Commerco room at 10:30 o'clock
this morning, about fourteen mom
bors being present. The treasurer
reported that ho had $132.82 in his
hands. Tho matter of an extra
houso-koopor boing brought up, after
somo discussion tlio executive com
mitteo was instructed to ongago ono.
A visiting committoo was appointed
to consist of Messrs. H. W. Schmidt,
J. A. Cummins and C. L. Carter.
Tho physicians' report is as follows:
Honolulu, Aug. 31, 1893.
To the Trustees op the Queen's
Gentlemen: Wo havo the honor to
submit tho following report for tho
quarter ending August 31, 1892:
Tho number of pationts in tho
Hospital is 66, viz.: 38 Hawaiians
(31 males and 7 females), 1 Chinese,
7 Japauesu and 20 of other nation
alities; 21 paying.
Tho number of admissions during
tho quarter was 184, viz.: 99 Hawai
ians (G8 males and 31 females), 7
Chiueso, 10 Japanese and 68 of other
Discharged 185, vizv: 99 Hawaiiaus
(05 males and 34 females), 7 Chinese,
9 Japanese and 70 of other nation
alities. Deaths 15, viz.: 5 Hawaiian males,
3 Japanese and 7 of other nation
alities. Tho causes of 'death were: Con
gestion of brain, 1; epithelioma, 1;
gunshot wound, 1; influenza, 1;
jaundice, 1; malarial fevor, 2; mania
a potu, 1; phthisis pulmonalis, 1;
pneumonia, 1; railroad injury, 1;
tuberculosis, 4. Of the above ono
died within one hour of admission.
The highest number of patients
was 87, lowest 63, daily average 74.
Number of prescriptions 641.
Tho total number of patients
treated in the Hospital was 419, viz.:
June, 162; July, 142; August. 115.
Geo. P. Andrews,
KNIGrHTS OF THE WILLOW.
Australian Cricket Team at Hono
lulu In October. ;
Tho Bulletin has received by last
mail a cablo despatch from London,
saving that tho Australian cricketers
will sail fromLivcrpool on thosteain
ship Sorvio on Sept. 17. Thoy will
visit Montreal and go by way of tho
Canadian Pacific Railway to Van
couver, thonco to Sydney by tho
Canadian-Australian lino. These
cricketers form tho Australian team
of 1893, picked from tho best play
ers in tho Colonies, who havo play
ed a sorios of games with tho finest
teams in England. llioy incluuo
such votorans of former years' cam- n . r ., n n , ,
paigns in England, extending back RepON 01 tDO FOretliail PaiMer,
IU I IIU villi j uiyiinuaj tn AJiiuuui umiij ,
Giffen, Trott and Bruce.
Not only tho Honolulu Cricket
Club, but local athletic organiza
tions in general, should recognize in
somo suitable way tho passago of '
thoso notable representatives of field
sports through Honolulu. It would '
bo almost too much good luck to
hopofor,that tho steamer might make
hor call hero at a suitable timo for a
short exhibition game by the visit
ors. Arrangements should, how
ovor, bo mado to utilize any such
favorable opportunity. 'Iho Aits-,
tralian crickotors will probably bo
on board tho S. S. Miowera duo at
Honolulu on October 23. This will
give ample timo for the local club
to consider somo scheme of a recep
tion that will mako tho visitors
carry to tho Antipodes a pleasant
opinion of Honolulu.
I For This Week Only !
Leads the Way ! N. s. SACHS'
Southern Pacific Co,
SSO Ior Street, Honolulu.
GREAT REDUCTION liST
Wash -:- Materials !
Tam-hcd, July 21, )8!c
RicHi red Blood
Results from taking Hood'o
NOT DECIDED YET.
The Steamer Waimaualo From Wai
alua in Five Days.
The bteamer Waim.inalo, which
Wits abandoned ly her captain and
crew as a hopeless.-, wreck on the other
aide of the inland, cumu safely into
port ut 12:45 o'clock this afierncon.
Messrs. MeDoivalt and Swanston, who
took the contract to try and bulvuKt!
the vessel, succeeded in (1 uting her
oil the reef. Siic left Mokulcia under
suil ut 2 o'clock Saturday uficrimon
for Honolulu. Hud fair wind until
off Wniunae when heavy head wind
was encountered. Having no keel
and only a jury rudder slow progiea.
wae made. Averaged about ten to
fifteen in ilea a day, time of pis.ige
five days. 'Ihe enw consisted of
Commodoie A. AlcDowall, Captain
Swnnsloii and four seamen. The
keel and rudder are lost, and there is
a hole in the still board bilge. This
plucky and succcscful attempt of
Messrs. Bw.tuslon and McDow.ill i
deserving of high praise.
Large Docket of Chambers Hearings
W. F. Allen, administrator of tho
estate of the lato J. F. O. Banning,
has tiled a iow bond of 5100,000,
with P. C. Jones and F. A. Schaefor,
Accounts of tho following named
holders of trusts come before tho
Circuit Court at Chambers to-morrow:
H. A. Widemann, guardian minor
children J. L. Richardson;
N. Peterson, guardian of Apoe
S. K. Aki, guardian of Josoph Ka
J. D. Paris, administrator estate
Rev. J. D. Paris;
W. R. Castle, trusteo of ostato of
J. R. Williams;
H. E. Mclutyre, trustee of estate
W. O. Smith, guardian of Hamau
Joseph O. Carter, guardian of
L. A. Thurston and C. Robinson,
executors of J. N. Robinson.
Tho Hawaiian National Band Want
Mr. Geo. C. Bcckley, who returned
by the S. S. Australia yesterday to
lake the Hawaiian National Band to
the World's Fair, 1ms not succeeded
in his object ns yet. Mr. Berkley
icprcceuted himself as agent for the
Ktlauca Cyclorama Co., and made the
fallowing offer: The passage to the
Fair is to be paid by tbe company
and the boys arc to get twenty-five
percent ot the gross receipts while
they aro playing, after the expenses
of th"ir living there anil the pasaage
home are deducted. Whatever the
bantbtnen make outside the cyclo
rama is to be their own.
The Nationals do not like the idea
of the expense money being deducted
from a quarter of the gross receipts.
Mr. Aylett, as spokesmau, proposed
to Mr. Beckley to make an offer of
$50 each a month and all expenses
paid. To this Mr. Beckley would not
agree Another meeting will be Held
ut 4 o'clock this afternoon.
Jlfr. Chas. Walker
Of Ban rrancisoo.
"For several years I havo licen troubled with
blotclics and pim;ilc on ray faco r.iul bofiy,
which wero very annnvlns. I trl;il several tiro
crlptions, and alio otner racillelucs, Lut they
V. S. l'ALMKlt, E'n., Engineer ot Uii-
triet No. 1, So. 1'neitic Co.
Ijtml Ihtil th oil ifiifrcj wuri less iy
victil than United lo make a pnint of the re
quisite coieriiiji ami tprtnUing iiuaiitict. 100
Hi, of white leu! will takn 1111 mon.' than 4
to ixA gala, of litisvuil, while in my priming
eont, I get even better results with U to 10
gallons of I.ueol, nml in my second eo.tt
with toSKiilloua of I.ucol to 100 lbs. of
lead. This means 11 very material saving
(from one-third to one-lialf) in tho u mount
of pigment necessary to cover a given sur
faeu. In my roof color I used less than 100 lbs.
of "car paint" (I'rinces Metallic ground in
oil) where 11 roof of this size lius always re
quired -00 lbs. of ear paint with liuseett oil.
1 mixed my roof color with 18 gallons of
I.ucol to the. 100 lbs of pigment and got a
better bodv of color than 1 ever uot witli
less than one-half that number of gallons
of linxecil. I give you simply tho faets but
1 cannot understand or explain them.
I 'Ihe drvlng qualities of the new oil are
perfect. 'L'lie piimiuijcunt with white lead,
I dried strong and lifml inside of 'il hours.
I The first eoat for sand took the sand freely.
firmly and in larger quantity than liii"eed
I and dried hard inMile of 21 hours. The
second coat of body color and trimming
dried thoroughly without tack inside of Ul
hours. It covered perfectly and dried with
a line smooth surtuee entirely frco from
wrinkles and blisters, and bore out remark
ably well so as to develop a line lustre, glv-
' ing much better looking results than 1
1 have ever gotten with two coats of linseed
on m;w wood, ihe car paint spreau on trie
roof was mixed with raw I.ucol and dried
perfectly in l hours. Notwithstanding
that only one-half the usual amount of
color was used, the paint covered iericctly
and did not run. The second eoat of sand
filled up solidly, taking up a lurger quan
tity of sand more evenly than 1 have ever
gotten on to linseed.
The I.ucol has effected u saving of 215
lbs. of pigment or nearly one-thint of tho
amount usually required for u building of
With respect to the general appearance
of the finished work, I must confess that 1
never saw its equal in two coat work with
liifccd, and it the oil wears as woll at
Tancrcd as it has worn with the Muster
Cur l'uintvr, Mr. fitch, at Sacramento,
there C'ni lie 110 questiun aliout the SUl'K
UIUlUTY 0 Ja'CoI mer Unreal, evm ut the
rntne price per qahon, in ECONOMY, GOOD
J.OOhS iinrf lit DUWAIULITY.
SignedJ V. H. MKI.T.U8.
Foreman Painter, Southern l'aeillc Co.
Bust Quality Sateens, plain and figured
Fine, Quality Flowered and Striped Mull
0 Yards for $1.00
G Yards for 1.00
Fancy Dress Ginghams, striped and
. . .8 Yards
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hals, Very Reasonable,
S35 Above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY 1
did not seem to fceneflt no. Inst fall a friend
advised inc to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. I was
determined to give It
A Thorough Trial.
Alter using two bottle, my skia returned to Its
natural state. I still uso It, as It civci ino
strength mi I vigor. I nocr In I belter health
In my lire, and 1 ono it I taMm Ilond' Snrsa-
eirllla." CitAs. Y.u.i:rn, v.ith Cnvill Mfg.
o., 48 Eighth Street, San Kraiicbco.
1 11 IM
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery i Cabinet Making'
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASbOKTMENT OK
Wicker Ware. fViVt Chiffoniers,
Bedroom Suits, pggSSEtc, Etc, Etc.
Ej&Jia li :r"- .. -'tr"i
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
SO SECOND-HAND OU DAMAGED HOODS KEPT ON HAND
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
THOSE MUNITIONS OF WAB.
A NOTABLE FIRE BELL.
Tho P. G. band will give a public
concert at tho Hawaiian Hotel this
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Tbe fol
lowing program will bo rendered:
pact i. .
March A Day in Vienna Bchild
Overturn Seiniramide Hos-ini
Iteminibccui'es of Bellini .. Godfrey
March My Go'-olnirl . . . ..Sprowacker
Euphonium Solo Thon You'll Ke-
metuher Me Frmidiville
Waltz Th Gondolas Dolllnjwr
Galop Bravo Ahead Strauss
Booked to Leave.
Tho following passengers are
booked at tho ollico of W. G. Irwin
& Co. to leave ou tho S. S. Australia
Mrs F B McSlockcr, Miss Maria Along,
Mrs O Along and 2 children, Mrs lit Ma
eruder, 2 children and mnld, Mrs T S
Douglas, Miss Humes, Miss Van Anglcn,
Miss F Nolte. Mm Urenlu', E (J llond, 11 Jv
Macfarlnne, Jr, Jus A Wilder, S E Damon,
Mr and Mrs W Ooodiicre, MUs Vollerlsen,
A V Cooke, C A MarkintoiJi, Mrs Hohh., 2
children and uiuid, MUs Jones, W J Cmsnr,
Miss l'hallei, Geo C llccklcv, ('apt Fcrgu.
eon nml wif, V F Mnlthv. Mrs W A Low
ell, It W UuCliubiiuy ami wife, Mrs V M
Mr. II. J. Mayon), of Oakland, Mil.,
says: "1 have Hold thirteen hottlt's
of Chninbdrlain'a Cough Remedy
to-day an I am literally sold out,
Thin is the largest sale on record of
any one prt'paiatioii in a day over
our counters It gives tho best hat
isfat'tiou of any cough medicine vn
handle, and as a belter it leads all
other preparations on (IiIh inaikei."
For sale by all dealers, Jiciison,
Smith Hi Co., ugouU for the lluwai
Belie of tho Volunteer Eire Depart
ment Going: to Hilo.
Thoro was trucked to Wilder's
wharf this afternoon a bell that
often sounded the dismal alarm of
liro to tho sleeping residents of Honolulu-
It was presented by tlio
late George Lucas, when Chu'f En
gineer of the Honolulu Fire Depart
ment, to Mechanic Engine Co. No.
2 of the volunteer lire department
of honored memory. Tho bell cost
tho donor about S300 besides 40
Mexican dollars ho had melted into
it for tone. It has a sonorous voice,
being superior in that repect to the
main alarm ucll uow in use. At a sale
of effects of the dibanding Co., ox-
foreiuan V. 11. C. Ureig bought in
the bell for tho nominal price of $
It has been presented by Fire Com
missioner Andrew lirow'n to the new
ly organized volunteer fire depart
ment at Hilo, and goes forward to
that town by nn early si earner.
In Chihuahua a company of fe
malo bull-fightrt is giving a series
of fights. Tho Monitor suggests
that in accordance with tho tituess
of things .they ought to fight cows
instead of bulls. Connoisseurs iu
bull-fighting say that cows aro more
dangerous than bulls iu tho arena;
but tho Monitor hays that this is off
set by tho fact that womon aro moio
dangerous than mon. Two Uepub
lies (.City of Mexico).
Mr. V. II. Benson, piano tuner,
has just tetut'ued from Maui, and,
as ho will go to Hawaii noxt mouth,
orders should be Mtut him early.
Arming the Portuguese ou Punch
bowl to the Teeth.
It will bo remembered that a few
days ago the Bulletin stated that
certain munitions of war which ar
rived from the Coast wore being dis
tributed to private people from the
Custom Houso. Since the report
there havo been no personal calls at
the Custom House, but tho arms
have gone out just tho same in
wagons. A goodly number of tho
riilcs taken from that placo havo
found their way to tho Portuguese
Colony on Punchbowl, and somo
fine day there will be such an explo
sion in that vicinity that people will
imagine tho old crater has broken
out afresh. Ono of the Portuguese,
probably one of the head mon, had
sixteen rifles at his houso on Friday
Hood'o Pills aro tho host aftcr-illaaer
ruis, aaslst digestion, euro headache. 2Cc
HOBKON, NEWMAN k CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
ON FOHT 8TBEET, A
Keys. Finder please
leave at this
w S Jjfi mi
IN THE CIItCUIT COTJIiT OF THE
X First Circuit, Hawaiian Island. In
Bankruptcy. In the matter of the E-tate
of France's "M. Niooll, of Honolulu, Oahu, a
Creditors of the said hankrupt aro here
by notirii'd to come in and prove their
debts before Mich Judge of ihe Circuit
Court of the First Circuit as shall be sit
ting at Chambers, at Honolulu, on MON
DAY, the 11th day of September, ls!'3,
between the hours of ten o'clock in the
forenoon and noon of the said day, and
eleet an Aimkiivp or Assignees, of the said
Uy the Court:
jyjU-St Deputy Clerk.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At tbe Beayer Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
', rpnE UNDEUSIGNED HAVING BEEN
j X appointed Assignee of the Hankrupt
Estate of George Huns, of Wailuku, Maul,
I by the Hon. A. N. Kcpolkai, Judge of the
C'ireuit Court of the Second Circuit, hereby
gives notice to all persons having claims
against the said Bankrupt E-tatc tq pre-
, sent the samo to said Circuit Court for
I verification within six months or thoy will
bu forever barred.
Assignee of the Bankrupt Estate of Ueorcc
i Dated at Wailuku. Maui, Sopt. I, ISiW.
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Ronlnsan Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL TELEPHONE 625. -il fW MUTUAL TELEPHONE CA'i.
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
1 HAVE FOK BALE
2000 PINEAPPLE PLANTS
FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT.
CAN BE SEEN AT MY SALESROOM.
J. HOPP dk CO.
Beautiful - Articles - in - Antique - Oak
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
1SL. S. LEVY
J AS. F. MORGAN.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
atoiice is nr.itEUY oivev that
J we liavc thin day hoilflil from Loin
Wliv. the ii'tirint; partner, his oni'.tcnlli
undividiil idiarn of tho Kwouk Hiik Will
On . rice plantation at llauaintiulu, Island
ol Kit viii I. 'I lie mid Kuoiik Shift Will Co
shall not bu liahlu for any nrlvalo debts
contracted hi tliu bald I, uin Why prior to
oraftcr ilatuof tale.
KWO.NO SING" WAI CO.
Aup,utt V3, Mi. iJi St
THE Al STEAMSHIP
' 4 AUSTRALIA ' '
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
TOR TtlK ABOVE 1'OIIT ON
Wednesday, Sept. 13th,
Cll. I US. Etc., En'
.A. T MOON,
Tim uiiderslnnnd uro now prepai
Uoiiu Through Tickets from tlili oily
iolnts in the mined mutes.
For further particulars regard I iif. Freight
or l'uiwi upl'ly to
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Ii'd.,
b21AH Otwral Xiiunti.
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture
SINQLE rite Kb AND StTS.
-CORNICE POLES IN WOOD OR BKASh MOI'NTINUS.
In Fine Sprint;, Hair, Wool, Mos and S raw MuiIichmh
I'lLLOWS OF LIVE OElibK KEATUEHS AND SILK FLO.SS.
Latest luipiuveiueiits la Wire Mattresses, Untitle & Sofa Beds, Divan Louugos and Solas.
Great Variety of Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles d lllgli Chairs.
im- Oiir('alilitn.uiiil:inB Workflmp l Superior in Men mid Material, -to.1
runsnuiii: and m ittiu ssr.s ini'Aiitr.i) as nimn as nmv.
jytatting Ijaicl at Shortest Notioe.
IVOVU PRICKS AI.WAYn Till: I.OWI'.ST IS llONlll.I'Ll'. -tt.
l-Io. V-4 Ilnf2 Stl'OOt,
Honolulu, 13, 1,
AT THK FAMOUS STORK OF - -
IB. :f euxj.ek.s &c oo.
503 fie 5 1 1 FORT STR.3UE3T.
Canton Wasn jPalorics !
A haudviiiiiK Cuttoli Iwilirlu Ni-u Sivles this .-uimjii, tin' ftTei-ti n-i fiu'-xitiiilii of Cljliin
bilks; lo fv thiMii 111.-1111-. to apjin-i i.ito thom
IsKJkJETJ 3-A.TH3HJ2STS !
Bilk tluluh jul out; real Krcm li iIi"ik'Ih .' tin llnept uinl tin rrnivo! the teuton.
CaBhraere SvioliiTies 20 Oents "5Ta.rcl I
Ono of the hiunl-iiiiicji Wa-h Materlali thlM caon entirely new and
for the price has no i'ipial.
"White T-jEt-wns a.ncl IDii-nity 1
In l'laiu, MriiM'd and I'heeked in fjroat variety.
VfT DruKSinaklnu Undor (be Manauemoul ot MRS. nilNHEH. .3
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
, Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
CIT Kin ml tut Ml kiiulnnf liiHiratii lrcMrl Uktn l rurrim JlUku b
'wii iHttl lor tl.r lUvttlau UinrMv