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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER JUNK 1, 18(13.
To Rwa MtLU
Leave Pearl Oily,.
"Arrive Kwa MUM.
l.nnvo Kwa Mill,,
Leave l'curl Olty,
TIB DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, OCT. 23, 1893.
SUNDAY, Out. 22.
Am bgtne W G Irwin, Williams, 15 days
Irom San Francisco
Btmr Claudine from Miml
Bttnr Iwalani from Kauai
tttuir Hawaii from Hauiakuu
Monday, Oct. 23.
S 8 Mlike Maru, Thompson, 14 dayi from
y Monday, Out. 23.
Stmt Mokolil for Kaunnkakai, Kniimlo,
1'ukoo, Halawn. Wailau, Pelekunu.
Kalaupapa, Lahuina, Olowaiu and
Lanal at 5 p m
Btmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Vessels Leaving: To-morrow.
Am solir Kva, Klitgaard, for Mahukona
Btmr Kinau'for Lahaina, Maalaca, Make-
lia, Mahukona, Kawaihac, Laupahoc-
liou, Hakalau, Houomu, Pohukumunu,
Pepeekeo, Oiiomeii, Papaikou and Hilo
at 2 p m
Slmr Claudino for Kuliulnl, Keanue, Hana,
Hanioa, Kipahulo, Nuu, l'aauhau, Ku-
kaiau and Uokala at 5 p m
Stmr Iwalani for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Eleele,
Makawelt.Waimca and Kekaha at 5 pm
Btrar Walaleale for Lahaina, Kukuih tele
and Houokaa at 0 a m
Btmr James Makee for Hanamanlu, Kupaa,
Kilauea, Kalihlwai at 5 p m
Stmr Kaala for Walauae, Wainlua, Moku-
leia, Kahuku and Puualuu at !) a m
Cargoes front Island Ports.
Btmr Hawaii 430 bags mi nr.
Stmr Iwalani 1800 bags sugr, 10 bundles
green hides, 20 bags peanuts, 150 bags
rice and 02 pkgs sundries.
Btmr Claudlne 1000 bags sugar, 100 bags
taro, 328 bags potatoes, 40 bags corn, 10
pigs, and 115 pkgs sundries.
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Rooms at i Garden lano.
Diamond Head, 8 p. m. Wonthor
clonr, wind fresh uorthonst.
Tho P, G. band gives its rogular
concort at Emma Squnro this ovou
ing. There aro six specialties in tho
bargains olTorod tins wook by X. S.
Tho steamer Hawaii had nine
leper passongors when it arrived
from Hawaii yostorday.
About twenty tins of opium wore
found by Port Surveyor Sanders in
tho galley of tho brigantino W. G.
Irwin this morning.
There will bo a practice game of
football botween the Punahous aud
Honolulus on tho formor's grounds
on Wednesday afternoon.
A squad of bluojackots from tho
U. S. S. Philadelphia had shore drill
near the boat landing under com
mand of a lieutenant this morning.
Mr. P. M. Lucas, steward of tho
Hawaiian Hotel, is again able to at
tend to his duties, after the injuries
received in a carriage accident last
Co. A, H, N. G., has made exten
sive preparations for tho dauco to
be given by it in the drill shod this
evening. Music for the dance will
bo furnished by a detachment of the
P. G. band.
Tho Myrtles and Unknowns piay
edoue of tho finest baseball games
this season on Saturday afternoon.
After a hard tussle the Unknowns
vanquished their opponents with a
scoro of 7 to i.
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Co. has
taken tho agency for tho celebrated
Wertheiin sowing machine in either
hand or foot power. This machino
is used almost exclusively by tho
people of Australasia and has an
enormous sale in tho United States.
TO LIFT THE MIOWERA.
From Ban Francisco, per bk K 1' Rithet,
Oct 21 Mrs E K Hodman and son, Mr
Hood and wife, Miss Hood, and 1 Japanese.
From San Francisco, per bgtne V G
Irwin, Oct 22 V I Tobbin, .Tito Gouclie, It
Boss, Wm Qoudie, O F Lane, and J I'
From Maui, per stmr Claudlne, Oct 22
Miss K Comwell, W H Cornwell, V Von
Gravemoyer, Miss M Beckwith, Mrs S H
Dowsett, Bov J Okabo, Father Mathiax,
Mow Chin and wife, and 21 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, Oct 22
Dr Slmrpe, ProfLibbey, F S Sohr, C Bor
lowitz. E J G Bryant, H Hulbert, O H
Willis, A Lindsay, Miss Lindsay, Mr
McDonald, J A Gonsalves, Mrs McQueen,
MrGaudall and sou. Miss Gaudall, MJs
Burgess, Mrs 5 Kahefe, and 41 deck.
From Yokohama, per Jap B B Miike
Maru, Oct 23 Dr Heez, Dr Kumai and
wife, Mr Sudo and infant, Yasumura Sliiua,
22 steerage and 1042 immigrants.
Rafael, a private in Co. F of the
P. G. army, had a quarrel with a
lieutenant at tho Executive building
last evening. The private tried to
run his bayonet into the lieutenant,
while the latter whipped out his
pistol aud fired two shots, fortunate
ly without hitting anyone.
United Statos Cousul-General
Mills paid an official visit to the U.
S. flagship Philadelphia at 11 o'clock
this morning, aud received a salute
on leaving half an hour lator. He
was accompanied by Vice-Consul
Boyd. Mr. Mills received a large
number of his numerous friends at
the Consulate during the day.
TO SEE THE MIOWERA.
Arthur McDowall Bogins Operations
on His Contract.
As tho Bulletin announced first,
Mr. Arthur McDowall wns last week
awardod tho contract for rombving
the stranded S. S. Miowora from tho
roof, on which she has lain three
weeks ending at 8:20 this evening.
Thrco days wero consumed in preli
minary arrangements by tho con
tractor, concluding Saturday ovou
ing with tho purchase of material.
Yostorday morning Mr. McDowall
had a largo force of men at work at
tho Pacific Mail wharf, constructing
samson posts for raising the vossel.
Two posts wero about completed by
dark, out of eight reuuired. Another
gang was engaged in transporting
chains to tho Miowora and fastening
them about her hull. Mr. P. Hughes'
lrtk Int.. nit ft r rt 1. t 4A rf ; I . 1 lllii
BlUillli litUHUU, lit UlJOIgU Ul till. UI11U
was employed in towing the surf
boats employed in the work last
mentioned, aud in convoying work
men to and from tho steamship.
Oue of the samson posts was
launched this forenoon, and the
second got about ready for launch
ing. It has been found that the
lashing of chain around tho four
12ft.xl2ft. timbors forming the posts
takos too long, thoroforo tho remain
der of the posts are to be strapped
with iron baudB. The system adop
ted by the contractor is one of the
most approved methods among ex-
erts in wrecking operations. Iu
eod, tho only question as to raising
the vessel from her hold on the bot
tom depends on the strength of the
tackles. Thore then remains the
problem of preventing the reloasod
ship from being driveu farther up
on the reef to stick again. This is
only a matter of Bumcient mooring
on the side having the deeper wa
ter, which will no doubt be made
sure by the contractor before put
ting his lifting tackle in operation.
Of course means will have to be ta
ken also to keep the ship fairly
trimmed when floated, as she is very
high out of water already since
being lightened of coal and cargo.
As seen from alongside yesterday,
the Miowera's bilge keel was visible
on the port side. The vessel was
listed to starboard. At her bow the
water was at the 10-foot mark. The
hull is to be strapped with teu ply
of chain to bear the lifting strain
for tackles attached to the samson
posts. It is hoped to be ready for
the attempt at high tide to-morrow
or next day. Mr. McDowall has tho
best wishes of most people for suc
cess in his plucky enterprise.
JUST FOR FUN.
Bon of Harry K. Kubjr, of Columbia, Ta.,
Suffered From Birth
With a Severe Form of
" Until my boy was six yean of ago ho was
from birth a trrrll.le .offerer from scrofu
lous humor. Sores would appear on him and
spread until as Iinrijp nn.a Dollar and then
discharge, followcdby others, so that tho larger
part of lit body was no mim or aorci an
the time, especially sovcre on Ills legs aud .hack
IS THE BEST
Dries perfectly solid inside of twenty
Forms a durable and elastic, not a brit
Retains Its gloss
longer than any other
of his ears and imliN head. Tho humor had a
very offensive odor, and caused
We cannot tell how that poor boy suffered In
all those years. Physicians did not effect a
cure. At last I decided to give him Hood's
Sarsaparilla, as my druggUt recommended
1L In about two weeks the Sarsaparllla began
to have effect. Tlio sores commenced to heal
up; the flesh began to look moro natural and
healthy. Then tlio scales cams oil and all over
his body new and healthy flesh and skin formed.
When he had taken two buttles he wns entirely
free from sores, having only tho scars to show
where they had been. Tliene have all dlsap-
Iieared. We are unable to express our tliankt
or the good
has done our little boy." ItARltr K. Roby,
Box 350, Columbia, Pennsylvania.
HOOD'S FILLS cur Ccuitlpaltuu by mlor
log tb parllUltlo action f tho allm.nUrr canaL
HOHRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
By Iiewis J. Lovoy.
House & Lot
Resist- the action of acids and alkalies
better than any other oil.
Flows freely from the brush without run
ning and spreads well.
I With the addition of Litharge, jlelds a
hard surface, suitable for Hours, steps, etc,
Mixes readily with pigment" ground In
oil in paste form.
Brings out the real similes of the colur-i
and keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
, new coal tar colors.
fjreatly Improves the
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
N. S. SACHS'
Q&O Fort Street, Honolulu.
Added to varnish
working of the vnrnis
Does not darken white lead or any
Has greater body
than any other oil.
less pigment than
FOH SAUK AT AUCTION.
Detective Toma Goes to See Her
The 4-mastcd schooner Aloha was taking
in sugar from the steamer Iwulani this
The steamer Oluudiue, with 40)0 bags of
sugar and the steamer Hawaii with 4a0
bags, were unloading tlt the P. M. S. S.
wharf this morning.
The American schooner Kva, Cupt. Klit
gaard. will sail for Mahukona to-morrow
in ballast. From Mahukona she will take
u load of sugar for Han Fraucmco.
The Japanese S. '8. Miike Maru, Win.
Thompaon commander, arrived at & o'clock
this morning, 14 days from Yokohama,
and anchored in naval row. The vessel is
now under quarantine by order of the
Board of Health. She brought (J cabin and
'1 steerage passengers, 1042 immigrants,
and about 1333 tons of general merchandise.
The Hawaiian bark R. P. Itithet, Capt.
Morrison, left Ban Francisco, October 5,
and arrived last Haturduy afternoon, Oct.
Jl, 10 days from Ban "Francisco. Very
pleasant passage was had throughout, light
northeasterly wind only being experienced.
Beven passongors came by her. Her cargo
of 'general merchandise Is consigned to C.
Brewer fc Co.
The American brigantine W. G. Irwin,
Capt. K. A. Williams, arrived last evening
15 days from San Francisco, and anchored
in the stream. Cupt. Williams re'iiorts an
uneventful trip. Her cargo consisted of
feneral merchandise, among which were
50 packages of powder, the biggest lot of
which was for Castle it Cooke, and a
small lot for E. O. Hall & Bon. This morn
ing she moored at tho Oceanic wharf.
The P. G. band, Prof. Bergor,
leader, will play at Emma Square
this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing ia the program:
The boatboys are tollinpr a pretty
good jam about Toma, tho Japauese
detective, aud his exploits yesterday.
Toma, it seems, wanted to go out to
the stranded steamer Miowora ou
horseback, and asked several of tjie
boatmen to show him the road by
Iwilei. This was done and Toma
started with two dogs on the horse's
back, coming around by the reef in
the rear of the United States war
ships. He got into deep water near
an old boiler on tlio Waikuu side of
the Adams, so he decided to go no
farther. Toma took tho two dogs
off the horse's back aud placed them
ou the boiler, then got on it himself.
While watching the Miowera his
horse walked olf, and whou the de
tective turned around he was quite
a distance away. Fearing that ho
might lose his steed, Toma jumped
into the water, clothes aud all,
aud made for the horse. The water
was up to Toina's neck, aud a pass
ing boatman says he thought it was
some animal swimming in the water.
However, Toma caught his horse
and mounting it rode home drip
ping wet. The dogs had to walk
When asked about it this morning,
Toma said that it was all right, his
horse could swim aud so couM he.
SIXTEEN HUNDRED JAPANESE.
Arrival of the Immigrant Steamer
The Japanese steamship Miike
Maru arrived about 5 o'clock this
morning, and anchored in the naval
row near the quarantine station
lauding. She was fourteen days
from Japan, and experienced good
weather all tho way. The steamer
has been placed in quarantine and
will remain there for tho next four
days, no one being allowed on board
of her. There is no sickuess on
board. The Miike Maru brought
1311 male and 331 female Japanese
labor immigrants. T1ub number
does not include four cabiu passen
gers. COURT CHRONICLE.
A Bluejacket Parades the Streets in
Jimmy Morgan, a bluejacket on
the U. S. S. Philadelphia, purchased
a holoku and a woman's hat, while
under the influence of a "jolly feel
ing." He donned the attire and
paraded in tho vicinity of the merry-
go-round uutil the sight of his big
feet aud swaggering walk attracted
the attention of the manin blue.
On being arrested Jack stated that
ho was only doing it "just for fun."
Morgan was landed in the cooler
charged with being a common nui
sance, but was later released on a
$10 bail furnished by his comrades.
On explanations being made to
Deputy Marshal Brown, the jolly
joker was discharged this morn
ing from custody. His comrades
enjoyed the joke "hugely, but Jimmy
didn't like it a bit, because, as he
said, he was only doing it "for fun."
His funny business pretty near cost
Inm a good penny.
On WEDNESDAY, Nov
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
A.T D-TY S-AXjE!S:R.OO:tva:
I W1U. HUM. AT 1'UIII.IC AtH'TION
The House and Lot I
Situated at the corner of Metcalf and
Kooky Hill Street-, Manon.
Size of Lot 200x300, Area 1.36-100 Acres
The House has 4 Rooms, Pantry, Cook
house, Stuble and Carriage House, and
Water laid on.
TEItMS CASH I
any oiner on.
Can he added to linseed oil and It will
greatly improve the linseed.
Can be thlnnod with turpentine.
By actual tests, has outlasted the best
Therefore, is the bit paint oil ever manufactured.
Direction for Use.
Ufi- IjUooi. in every respect in I he
mime maimer us you would linseed
oil, with tin: single exception tlnu you
may add fully one-qtinrler more Lti
coi, to the siime quantity of pigment
than you would of linceed.
In using motiiHio, Venetian red, the
i ochres, ami other diy pigments, it is
advisable to mix up the puint at least
I one day befoie it is to be used, then
add a third more Lucoi, and the paint
will be found lo cover well and have
1 a good gloss,
1 NEVER USE JAPANS.
Where hard htirfiices such ab lloors,
, steps, etc., uie required use litharge
only, never use Japans.
Flannelk'ttf, nil colors, striped, 8 yards for $1.00
Klannulluttu, plain and striped, 7 yards for $1.00.
(-ringhams, Fancy Stripes and Plaids, S yards for
White Barred and Striped Dress (ioods, 14 vards for
White Striped Dress Goods, 7 yards for 1.00.
White Barred Dress Cloods, Fine Quality, 0 yards for $1.00.
The above Prices are for This Week Only.
To Let or Lease.
BOOMS TO LET.
rpV0 FURNISHED ltOOMS FOH GKN-
JL tlemen at No. I Harden laue.
LUCOL MIXES WITH
und assists their working and iin-
proves their upppnr.ince hut they
SHOULD HE USED SAME HA.Y THEY AltE
mixed, otherwise the gum of the var
nish may be precipitated or the mix
The addition of from i to of Lu
coi. to varnishes does not reduce their
lii-tre nor retard their hardening and
drying nnil it prevents their cracking.
NEW FURNITURE STRRE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN KXTENSIVK AHSOItTMKNT OK
ONE OF THltEE NEW
Cottages on corner of
Fort and School Streets.
Annlv on the nremlses. or
at Frank Brown's store, Merchant Street.
rmi7iT n nc
Murch Dalhousie Oook
Overture Onnlou , ., l'etteu
Clarionet solo Komantlo ...Thornton
Bolo by Mr. Win. Keogli.
Heminisi'oueeH of Vordl. .Godfrey
Variations on a German Song. ." . .Oehs
Hehottiuuhe Sweet Sixteen . . Kolliiison
Wultz The Source Waldtouful
l'olka Ited and lllnck ('note
Of Course JTou Bead
The testimonials frequently pub
lished in this paper relating to
Hood's Sarsaparilla. They aro from
reliable people, state simple facts,
and show beyond a doubt that
Hood's Cures. Why don't you try
this mediciunf Bo sure to get
Constipation, aud all troubles with
the digestive organs aud tho livor,
are cured by Hood's J'iIIh. Un
equalled as a diuuer pill.
Four of the Chinese captured by
Detective Larson and posse at Hwa
a week ago wore boiitonced by the
District Magistrate at that place
this afternoon to pay a line of $100
Two Matters in Probate Adjudicated
In the matter of the estate of
Win. Hosier, deceased, Judge Coop
er has appointed L. C. Abies as ad
ministrator under bond of $1(MX).
Judge Cooper has ordered the
will of the lato Curt Phillip von
Meugerseu admitted to probate, and
letters of admiuistnition with the
will annexed to bo issued to F. A.
Sehaefer under bond of $5(M.
DO YOU SEW ?
People who buy Sowing Ma
chines usually wunt the one
which in addition to being light
running and simple in its mecha
nism is ornamental. The "Wer
theiin" enjoys the distinction of
being not only the least tiresome
to the operator but is the most
superbly finished of any sewing
machine in the market. The
tables are of polished wood in
laid in beautiful designs. The
belt upon which light fabrics
are prone to catch is entirely
concealed.. It lias also a patent
foot rest which ladies will find
indispensible. The head of the
machine is arranged upon, what
is practically, a double table so
that it may be removed in a
moment and the foot power dis
carded. The tables have hand
some covers and deep roomy
drawers containing n full line of
attachments, for which when
buying other makes of sewing
machines you usually pay extra.
Prices of the "Wortheim"
Sewing Machine vary according
to size and finish, and will be
furnished ou application.
THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE COMPANY,
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent V. C. etc. Commands
one of the finest views In Honolulu. Apply
to (477-tn J. M. VIVA!
BEAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Agents or the Hawaiian Islands
Etc, Etc, Etc.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO HECOND-HAND OR DAMMED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL TELEPHONE 525. -i em- MUTUAL TELEPHONE (H5.
(7 VALUABLE PIECES OF
I improved Property, located
in dillercnt part of the City ol
Honolulu; all Imrgain. Apph
for full liurtii'iilais to
Jiitlll'E A: A. J. OAimVKIOHT.
JL paid to any
REWARD WILL HE
ivane clvintr Information
leading to the Arrest and Conviction of
the nurtv or narties cuiltv of the murder
1 of Dun Hung Hoy (a male Chinese) at Ho-
aeae, Kwa, Oahn, Satuntuy night, the Mm
lust. WONG KAVAI.
President United Chlneso Society.
Honolulu, Oct. 1H, 1Sj3. HAs-iit
IsL. S. LIE V5T
THE RESIDENCE AND
i Lot situated on Wtl
der's Avenne, below Luna
lilo Home, and owned' by
the undersigned, Is for sale on advantage
ous terms. Apply to
H21-Sm At W. 8. Lnoo, Merchant St.
rrUIE ANNUAL MEETING
JL Wai.vnak Co. wlll'be held on
M., at the
DAY, October :. II3, at
olllce ot u. w. uerger.
('. O. BEItOER,
BALL TO LET
THE MrlNERNY HALL
X on Fort Street. Poc
seMsion given November 1st.
Thin is one of the best and
most Commodious Hulls in town
fitted up nith Modern Conveniences
i up nltn
A YOUNO GERMAN' AT FARM-
ing or any kind of work about u place.
Would accent low wages for .the sake of
employment. Address "U." this Olllce.
Breakdown at Mnkiki.
Tlio Mnkiki pumping plant was
shut down on Saturday owing to 1111
accident to tho brick work. It Hooini
that tho nitiHon work hud not boon
Cropurly nt tmidod to, in 0110 plneo
oiug not ho thiuk nt it should hnvo
boon, coiiHoquontly it oollnpsou tin
dor u curtain prosmiro of wator.
Mon woro ungnund Saturday uiglit
until oarly Sunday morning in rn
(miring tho dainago, It la oxpoulod
that tho duiniuwd part will bo huIH
oioutly ropairod to allow tho plant
to bo 111 working ordor by to-morrow.
Eugiuoor MoKay saya tho damago
Premise opposite the
Makiki Reserve, recently
occimicd bv Mr. Charles
(IralL'liton. 'The urounris are snacluus. and
well shaded witli Ornamental und Fruit
Trees; only a minute's walk to Tramways.
The llulldfngB will b put In thorough re- '
pair to suit the wishes of a good tenant. .
For further particulars, apply to
Trustee for Mrs. Murv S. Levey. 1
Real Estate Agency,
No. 010 Fort Street.
THE CAPTAIN' OR THE AGENTS OF
JL the BteuuiHhip Miowera will not he
resjionsible for debts contracted by any
momlsT of the crew, nor for any goods,
material or labor of whatevei nature, sup
plied without tho written authorization of
THKO. 11. DAVIES A' CO.,
Ageuts Steamship Miowera.
Honolulu, Oct. a), isia sm-itt
and Table Covers
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
AT THE FAMOUS STORE OF
BHLERS Sb GO.
Oppo. Betbel St.
I.N OIlllFH TO KKKKt'r A
Uermaula street f'JU
Emma Bqiiure $15
NOTICE IB HKHKBV
(,'lvon that tho follow
ing described Animal will
be sold at Public Auction,
on SATURDAY. Nov. I.
lh!)3, at V2 o'clock noon, at the
roillltl Ul .-UUK1KI
1 Store under tho "Arlington.11
1 Store on Niiuanu street.
'1 Houses on Ileretanla street.
2 Houses on Fort street.
Jfciv FOR p SALE
lie (Jbveriurielit J JL.
Total .'.Clearance I
Before November 30, 1893,
THK ENTIRE STOCK. OF -
SOS & 511
Oeixrto:n. "Weislx IPeiTorioB !
A handsome Cotton Fabric; New Styles this season; the etlects are fac-sluilles of CIiIiim
Silks; Ui sen them means to appreciate them.
Bilk llnlbh just out; real French designs are the finest aud the crare of the season.
Oaehmere SublimeB SO Oonts "Yard I
One of the handsomest Wash Materials this season entirely new Hint
for the price has 110 equal.
"Wliite Lawns and Dimity I
In Plain, Striped und Checked in great variety.
t3T Dressmaking Under the Management ol MRS. RENNER. Jg3
1 Sorrel Horse, white spot ou forehead;
right hind leg white; branded "S" on
1 llav Mure, white spot nil forehead; left
hind leg white.
I Sorrel Horse, white spot 011 forehead;
rluht hind Iok white; brand indistinct on
right hip and neok, . , .
" Dark Stallion, white spot on forehead;
ireelegs wiiim; no nraiui.
I Dark Horse, all legs black; no brand,
Owner of the above Auiuiul must
send in his claim within 10 days, other
wise It will lie sold on the dote above
named. JIM K.UKONA,
Honolulu, Out. W, ItttW. W-2t
House and Ix)t
on Berotanla street near
l,ot 'M) feet frontage ami
Several Desirable Residences at first
1 Residence on (leriiiauia street.
O. E. BOARDMAN,
A HOOD PAVINO BUSINESS, WELL
established and centrally located,
For particulars liuiuire of
II. K. BOAHDMAN,
fcOO-lm 310 Fur trH.
Handsome and Artistic Goods
WII.I UK OHI Kill A I
Gome and See for Yourself 1
J. M. de SA o SILVA.
Royal Insurance Company
14 The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
Fire risks ou nil kludv of Insurance Property taken at Current Risks by
J. S. WAT iKZEPi,
, 4rit 'or the Hanaliau lilaudi.