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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO,
FltOM AND AFTER JUNK t. IKIU.
To Kwa Mti.i.,
Leave I'earl Ultv
Arrive Ewa Mill. .
Leave Ewa Mill....
Leave l'oarl City . . .
A. Saturdays only.
O. aUlKlllVH UXCepieil.
D. Saturdays excepted.
Xidos, Sun and Moon.
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Cupt. Onhnn of the steamer Kiiulii has
resigned his command.
The schooner C. S. Holmes will leave for
Mahukoiin Tuesilay next.
Thu S. S. Australia, Houdlette command
er. en I led for San Francisco this noon. Tlio
following Is a list of hcreurfioi 11100 bags
rice, Sing Cliong it Uo. ; tMiil lings sugar,
Win. U. Irwin & Co.; (18 lugs cofl'eo, IW8
pes green liiilcs, 51 dry hides, McChesney
.v Sons; 03(1 green hides, 3U1) bnehs bana
nas, K. K. Porter; 100 bnehs bananas, W.
Costa; ad do., 7 bxs pineapples, U. Ly
curgus; 1 horse. It. E. liowland; 101 bnehs
himanax, King 8lng; 2.V bnehs mill 111 bxs
bananas, C. wllcox; 305 bnehs bananas,
Jno. Hlmu ; I) bnehs and 51 bxs bananas,
Gonsalvos it Uo, ; 27US bnehs banana,
Caiupbeil, Marshall & Co.; OS bags eoflec,
fiS empty keg beer mid 100 empty bottle-.
Domestic value, $51,512
Annivnn Oct. 30. Am sell Kva.Klltunurd,
from Honolulu In balliit to Hawulinn
Railroad Co.; 31, sttnr Kiuau from Illlo
and atinr Hawaii from Honolulu; ov I.
HtmrKlnau from Honolulu; (J, stmr Hawaii
from Hiimakitii; 8, stmr Cluuillnc from Ku
hnlul; 10, stmr Kinuu from llllo.
DnPAitTUKKS Oct. 31, stmr Klnait for Ho
nolulu and stmr Hawaii for Hllo; Nov. 4,
stmr Kinuu for Hllo; Am sohr Eva. lvlit
gunrd, fur Snn Francisco, with 2101 bags
sugor, J. T. Wntcrhouso, 3000 bags sugar,
T. H. Duvies & Co.. and 10U0 bags sugar
Huwallnu Hallway Co. Totnl 7100 bngs
sugar weighing 813,501 pounds, and value
at $25,325.85; 7, stmr Hawaii for Honolulu;
8, stmr Claudino for Huniukuu; in, stmr
kinuu for Honolulu.
LOCAL AND OENERAL NEWS
All tlio mills in Kohala are grind
ing. The boys had a fine time at Y. M.
C. A. last night.
Diamond Head, 12 m. Wuathor
hazy, wind light southeast.
A sharp, short earthquake was felt
at 5:10 p. m. Saturday, 4th inst., at
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
The nnuunl meeting of the Union
Feet! Co., Ld., will bo hold ou Wed
nesday moruing at 11 o'clock, at the
company's olllco, Queon stroot.
On Monday, November 111, at 12 ,
o'clock noon. J. P. Morgan will sell ,
under foreclosure of uiort&igo, cer-1
tain pieces of valuable land situated
in Honolulu. -
As usual, tlio Hawaiian Hardware
Co.'s weakly sorniouetto is a combi
nation of wit and wisdom. We
especially recommend to the notice
of married men, the last paragraph
in their essay.
Tlio appearance of tlio Miowera
ou the reef to-day showed that prob
ably another pull was matlo early
this morning. The ship as she ap
pears from shore to-day seotnod to
have swung her bow still further
seaward than she was yds'torday.
" BURGLARY IN THE SUBURBS.
A Boston Dressmaker 'WHY LDCOL
IS THE BEST
All Who Suffor Similarly, !
mombor, HOOD'S CURB.
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New moon 011 tlio Stli, ut 21i, 2(lin. 11. in.
Time Whistle tilou s ut Hi. 2111. 34s. p.m. ol
Honolulu time, which li. the siiinc in 121i. Oni.
On. ot (ircenuicli tlinu.
THE DAILY BULLETIK.
SATURDAY, NOV. 11, 1853.
FmiiAY, Nov. 10.
6tmr Iwaluni from Kauai
Stmr Jumes Mnkeo from ICuuuI
. Saiumay, Nov. 11.
btmr C K Bishop from Wiiinlna, Waiunao
Btmr Klnau fimu Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Pele from Kauai
Stmr Mokolli from Molokai
SvTUItllAY, Nov. 11.
B S Anstralia, Houdlette, for San Francis
co at 1-' noon
Vesaels Leaviug Monday.
Html Mokolli for Kaunakakni, luwualo,
Pukoo, Halawa, Wailuu, Fulekniiu,
Kalnupapu, Lahainn, Olowaiu and
Lauai at 5 in
Stmr lluwaii for Kulaupapa and Ookala at
4 p m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Per Klnau 'J87 bags potatoes, 10 bugs
corn, 33 hogs, 115 buis hides and 205
Per C It Bishop 50 pkgs green hides, 10
hks lice and -S) pkgs sundries.
Per lwalani 20u0 bags sugar and 121 pkgs
Per Jas Makee 100 bugs rice and 1513 bags
Per Mokolii 12.1 sheep and 2 hurses.
Per Mary E Foster 15W bags sugar.
From Kauai, per stmr Jus Makoc, Nov 10
8 N jMuorson, Win A Kussie, Mrs John
son, child and servant.
From Kauai, per stmr lwalani, Nov 11
Oipt Mit It. N., and wife, Levi Kauai,
Klmo and 2 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr C U Hishop, Nov
11 M L Hare and 3 dectc.
From Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Kinuu,
Nov 11 From the Volcano: Clarence War
ner, Mrs Hewett and lr L M Taylor. From
wayports: Jas Love, Cupt Win Matsou,
Jas H Boyd, K Ogura, M Seva, Mis K P
Baker, J Goodie, C W Mucfurlune, Geo S
Bond, Kit Hendry, Win White, HA Heen
and 51 deck.
For San Francisco, per SS Australia, Nov
11 Mrs Admiral Skerrett, IS J Bormuu,
wife and 2 children, F O Bucklev. It L'ui-
A gang of men has been engaged
on the Maliiki water works several
day's making repairs.
A glass necktie from the World's
Pair is a curiosity in a window of
the Hawaiian News Co.
The usual monthly temperance
entertainment will be given at the
Y. M. (J. A. hall this evening.
The auction sale of delinquent
stock will bo held at J. F. Morgan's
salerooms on Monday, Nov. 1U.
Another reception will be given
ou the U. S. Uagship Philadelphia
from 3 to (5 o'clock this afternoon.
Jno. Sopor loft on the S. S. Austra
lia to usMimu the clerkship of the
Hawaiian Consulate at San Francisco.
Tho House of a Chinaman at Wai
A Chinaman, who takoe care of a
fish pond at Waikiki belonging to
Mr. Jno. Eua, reported at tho Police
Station this foronoon that his house
had boon entered by someone about
2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, while
ho was absent attending to tho pond.
Among tho articles missing ou his
return were one gold ring, a pair of
bracelets and clothing, tho whole
valued at Sot). Those were all taken
from his trunk, which was pried
Tho Chinos in tho neighborhood
of where the burglary was commit
ted suspoeted that it is somo of tho
work of Kum Wuu, the Chinaman
who escaped from O hu Prison some
time ago. It is reported that that
notorious character had been seen
by fellow countrymen at Waikiki,
who wero too timid to tackle or in
form on him.
perfectly eollil Inside of twenty
and elaitlc, nut 11 brlt-
JUrn. F. IT. Darkor
W E Foster, L F Herz, I, F Hughes, M II v
man, h Jucobsen, W l.ibbey, U Martin, U
W Severance and wife, W H Bopcr, J F
Soper, Mrs J H Bopor and 2 daughter, 11
Sharp, Misses fcikerrett, L M Taylor, 0 A
Warner unil wife, Mrs Wilson, E Waltner,
Mrs Young and Misses Young.
Vessels in Port.
UBS Philadelphia, Barker, from (Jiilluo,
UBS Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
S S Miowera, Slott, from Sydney
B S Australia, Houdlette, from San Fran
cisco Am bk Albert, arillitli", from San Fran
cisco Am bptne W Q Irwin, Williams, fiom San
Am schr Itobort I.ewers, from Port Gam
ble Am bchr Transit, Jorgeiien, from Sun
A in Yacht Tolna, Wiehmuii, from Bun
Am bchr C B Holmes, Johnson, from Port
Am bk Mutllda, Sueiisen, from Departure
Am bktne Kllkltat, Cutler, from Port
Am bk S (J Allen, Thompson, from Ban
Br sclir Norma, Maniunrrie, from Yoko
Huun bk II P Kithet, Morrison, from Ban
Nor ship Beaconstleld, llnstlaiiseii, from
Newcastle, N S W
Ur bk J U Ptluger, Wolters. from Ilieineii
Row Eric Lewis, a missionary from
Africa, will address the boys at tho
Y. M. C. A., to-morrow afternoon at
C. S. Bradford was a passenger on
tho S. S. Australia for a visit to San
Francisco. He intends returning to
A native sailor belonging to tho
steamer Kinau fainted ou the wharf
this moruiug. He was resuscitated
and sent home.
Tho alo of the thoroughbred stal
lion Mi'.Griuty will take place on
Saturday next at the auction room
of Jas. F. Morgan.
The Quintet Club played the
music for dancing at tho hop given
by Mr. W. G-. Irwin at Waikiki on
Tho men on the U. S. flagship
Philadelphia are making prepara
tions for a minstrel entertainment
to be given on board on Thanksgiv
A Chinese hack driver was sent
enced to pay a liuo of $2 in tho Dis
trict Court to-day for violating car
riage regulations by carrying more
passengers than the law allows.
Song Chong. who was arrested as
being accessor- to the murder of
Tong Hong Ho at Ewa, was releasd
this morning. Leong Yau, the ac
cused principal, hung himself a in
Mr. J. Kidwoll made a satisfactory
settlement with Paul Neumann,
counsel for P. G. Camariiios, yester
day, consequently tho sale under
execution of his pineapple lands has
M. S. Levy, Fort street, has just
received by the last steamer from
from tho Coast, a fresh lino of ladies'
and children's shoes, boys suits, etc.
He is also giving big bargains in all
kinds of carpels and rugs.
Mr. Ed. Jacobseu left on tho S. S.
Australia to-day for tho Coast for
tho purpose of securing a stock of
first-class jewelry. On his return,
about Dec. 1st, ho intends opeuing
out at No. f03, Fort street.
J. Fernaudoz, a burly Portuguese,
was on trial in tho District Court
to-day for using threatening lan
guage to a hack driver. After hear
ing of evidence Judge Robertson re
served his decision until the lfith
There is a picture of the S. S.
Arawa, which comes in place of the
Miowera the latter part of this
month, on a calendar at the ollico of
Theo. H. Davies & Co. She appears
to be u noble specimen of marine
There will be another practice
ganio of football between the Piina
hous and Houolulus ou the grounds
of tho former at 4:30 o'clock this
afternoon, Henry C. Ilaimi of the
lianolulus will play half-back for
Concert and Dance.
Thore was a fashionable throng in
the lunai and ou the parlor veranda
of the Hawaiian Hotel last night, in
attendance on the complimentary
band concert to visitors leaving by
tho steamer Australia to-day. A
goodbj number of people wore as
sembled ou the grounds around tho
band stand, who cheered tho some
what novel music given by the P. G.
baud led by Professor Berger. The
music consisted largely of sterling
old airs with variations, medleys,
etc., making an agreeable chaugo
from the stereotyped old programs.
Before tho close of the concert heavy
rain foil, causing a dispersal without
ceremony of the outside auditors.
Tho band's program was neverthe
less played through without tho
omission of a number. (This is
straight news, any previously pub
lished report to the contrary not
withstanding.) After the coucert a
dance was enjoyed in the parlor, by
the devotees of that pastime.
The Australia Departs.
Tho departure of the S. S. Austra
lia this noon was witnessed by a
large gathering of people, and the
scene was an auimating one. The
P. G. baud enlivened the occasion
with music. Garlands and wreaths
of flowers Hawaii's token of aloha
wore in profusion, tho odor from
which pervaded tho atmosphere.
The wealth and beauty of tho city
wero thore, tendering thoir parting
good-byes to friends and relatives.
Precisely at noon hour the good
ship swung out from her berth,
handkerchiefs innumerable fluttered
in the air, both from the ship and
tho wharf, and the band wound up
tho adieus with "Tho girl I left be
hind me,""Huki ka Ulna," and the
anthems. An Jteroir.
Tills lady Is a wcll-kuo'wn nnd popular
"Thoroti no mistake nbout Hood's Barsp
rllla. 1 want to tell how quickly It cured m of
sour stomach, which bad troubled mo tor over
year. 1 could notoven tako a swallow of water
but whnt I suEcied from dUtroi nndneldlty
Whoa I began to tako Hood's Sarsaparllla I
could see good effects trom tho flrstthrcodosos.
1 continued until Iliad taken tUrcs bottles and
Hood's s Cures
havo been HrIr cnird. 1 eItb this state
ment for tho benefit ot other who are sufferinB
similarly." Mas. F. W. Babkeb, 41 Chester
Park, Hoiton, Mass.
HOOD'S PILLS r tt" tit after-dinner Plus
mUtdlMiUon.curaheadaoh. Trabox. J3c
HOHUON, NEWMAN CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islnnds.
Forms a durable
itctnlns Its gloss longer than any other
Ileslsts the action of nclds and nlkallns
better than any other oil.
Flows freely from the brush without run
ning and spreads well.
With the addition of Litharge, jlelds a
hard surface, suitable for floors, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground In
oil In paste form.
Brings out the real shades of the colors
and keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
Added to varnish greatly Improves the
This Space is Reserved
Announcement of New Goods !
Next door to the Palace Ice Creum Parlors
High Class Novelties !
Ex S. S. " China."
working of tho vaml:
Does not darken white lead or any dell
Hns greater body than any other oil.
Itequtros one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
I Can be added to linseed oil and It will
gTeatly improve the linseed.
, Can be thinned with turpentine.
By actual tsts, has outlasted the best
I linseed oil.
I Therefore, Is the host pniut oil ever manufactured.
Direction for Use.
Use Liicol in every respect in the
' same munaer us you would linseed
oil, with the single exception time you
' niny mid fully one-ouiirter more Lti-
col to thu biime quantity of pigment
than you would of linseed.
In using metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, and other dry pigments, it is
advisable to mix up the paint at least
, nne day before it is to tic used, then
t add 11 third more I.ticoi. and the paint
! will be found to cover well and have
a good gloss.
NEVER USE JAPANS.
Where hard surfaces such as floors,
! steps, etc., are required use litharge
only, never use Jupiins.
I.UCOL MIXES WITH VAK-NISHES
N. S. SACHS
" POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,
nao Fort Stroet, Honolulu.
Hespeettullv invites her Numerous
rons 10 INSl'KCT the
j unil assists their working and ini
LARGK ASSORTMENT proves their appearance but thby
! SHOULD 1IK USB1) SAME DAY THEY AUK
OF 1 mixku, otherwise the gum of the var-
nish may he precipitated or the mix
i The addition of from to J of I'""
i coi. to varnishes does not reduce their
lu-trc nor retard their burdening and
drying and it prevents their cracking.
Just Received per "Australia"
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
BOYS' SUITS !
Ladies' & Children's Shoes
BLACK LADIES' & CHILDREN'S HOSE.
FLANELETTES, TABLE LINEN,
SILK - CRAPE SCARFS,
Rugs and Carpets Selling at Cost !
:m:. s. levy
Received by Last steamer! Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
NOTIv THK ADIlKKSS
Next door to the 1'aloee lee Ciemu l'arlors
FORT STREET 7 5
Oppo. Butbel St.
Rrc 1). M. OKOWLKY,
Tlio miilerii;neil li
Received Two Gold-headed Canes.
Mr. E. Waltnor, cutter in Mr.
Roth's tailoring oaliiblighniont, car
ried away with him to tho Coast to
day two elegant tokens of esteem,
from his employer and his follow
workmeu respectively. As the givers
wore not aware of each other's ac
tion, it happens that each gift is a
gold-headed cane. That from Mr.
Roth has a turn handle, the gold of
which is chasud and has insets of
polished gold-bearing quarlz. Tho
stick is of kauwila wood with an
ivory ferulo. That from the work
men is a stick of dark-grained palm,
with a flat end gold head, Both are
Tho P. G. baud, Prof. Berger,
leader, will play at Enitna Square
(string orchestra) this aftornoou at
i:.'K) oclook. Following is the pro
Mureli Beoteli Weildfui; .
FuntiihluN at are's Awakening
(luvotie Dearest Love . .
Slow March On lhirade
Medley KldicnloiH ...
rsiuned liiiYinc tiled Ins lie-
counts ineludiiiK a statement of dividend to
Creditors with an application for discharge
an Assignee in the uhove entitled matter,
notice is hereby given that Mini petition
will eoniu on for hearing at 10 o'clock . i.
on MONDAY, Novoniljcr 111. lh')3, before
Hon. W. A. Whiting. First Circuit Judge,
at hU Chamber.-, in Honolulu, Onhu.
L. .1. LKVBY,
Assignee in Itiinkruptcv of II. M. Crow lev.
Ilk ORIIKH HI EfFKL'T A
Before November 30, 1893,
-THK KNTIHK STOCK OF-
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Streot.
Furniture, Upholster j Cabinet Making
ON HANI) AN KXTKNMVK AhsoKTMKNT OF
Handsome and Artistic Goods
CTOOI) I'ASTUHAOK FOR HOUSES
T uml cattle can ho found at Kulihl, at
F. Meyers', where good pasture and feed
will he given them and they will be well
looked after. For further particulars ap
ply to F. MYKH8,
ut Kalilii, or ring up Bi'll Telephone Ml.
NOTICE TO TENANTS.
Foreign VesBola Expected,
from bjduoy, due
from the Colu-
CABS Annui, Stiluit,
It M H B Alameda, MnrMi,
nics, (inn .Nov in
It M b S Mouowal, Carey, from
citro diiu. Nov 2.'1
Am bk Huivuiktcr, from H F Hllo, due
Am bk Martha Davis, from Hottou, due
llr ulilp Vllhitta, from Liverpool, due Jan
Her bk Nautlliin fiom Liverpool, due Deu
Cer bk Marie lltiekfelil, from Liverpool,
due Feb I, 'Ul
Am uvhr Alluu A, from Ktireka, due Out 1
Mr. II. M. Whitney, mnnngor of
the Hawaiian Gazette Company, has
a'fauiuod the editorship of the Paul
He Commercial Advertiser, He
started that paper as a weekly
thirty-seven years ago, but a break of
many years occurred later in his
connection with it.
Mr. V. II. Itlukanl'rt three year-old
mare heilehua was given a trial mile 1
run the other day at Waimaualo. '
Hid mare covered tint ilihtauce 111
I: ID, exceptionally fast time, eou
siilnring Unit tlie'aiiiiual is not in
training. Duke Spencer will bo
given a trial run 011 the Kaploluui
Park track uomtttimu next week.
Balo of an Australian Stoamor.
The steamer Wastwator(Huddart,
Parker, and Co.'s line), of Mel
bourne, which has bueu lying in the
Tyno for some tinio past, has boon
sold to Mr. A. Simpson, of New
castle, for about l(,),r00, She was
built at West Hartlepool, 188'.), is
2810 tons gross register, and carries
l'KX) tons deadweight. She will in
future run on the American line.
Chambtirlaiu'u Colic, Cholera and
When troubled with pain in the
stomach, bilious colic or diarrhtua
give this inediciiio a trial and you
will be more than pleased with the
result. It is pleasant, safe and re
liable. 25 and fit) cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents for the Hawaiian
XTOTICK IB HEUBUYOIVK.VTO ALL
i por-ons living as Tenants ou Luudi
belonging to the Estate of the late King
Knlukniui,as well as on Lauds belonging to
the undersigned and those of David Kawa
miuiikoa and J, ICalanianuole, for which
arrangements have been made between
them and Mr. J. I'aakaul.i, that payment
of rent must hereafter be made to me per
sonally. When making payment it is re
quested that tenants bring copies of their
loaes and the last receipt, received by
them. It is alto the wish of the under
signed to meet uml confer with tenants on
the first day of every month for six
mouths, beginning October 111, ls'ji, and
ending April 111, lb'.il.
COT Olllce ut Hoimakaliu.
Honolulu, Oct. Hi, I6II.I. HTM lm
To Let or Lease.
WILL IlK OKFKRKD T
RedAaoed. Prices I
Come and See for Yourself !
J. M. de fSA e SILVA.
Atthiinkv at-Law anii N'otahv I'uiu.ir.
&. vj mgi ftt it ypft v "-fl 351.
55 '&& XSilfcai
Etc, Etc., Etc.
No. 13 Kuiihumanu tit.
X Rooms and Kitchen
101 Foit street.
'KLY Ft' It-
.So, I (iiinleii
I DR. S. ASANO
i Physician : and : Surgeon
! NO. 1(55 NUUANl AVKNUi:.
1 Opposite KiiKle House, - - Honolulu.
H7-J Mutual Toleplione 'Jll.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO 8KCOND-HAND OK DAMAOKD GOODS KBIT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
BKLL TELEPHONE 525. - gm MUTUAL TELEI'HONK (Mrs
flOOD FAYINO HUBINKHH, WKI.L
established and eentrallv IocuKmI.
For particulars Inuulre of
(J. K. I10AKDMAN,
WXJ-liii fill) Fort streot.
rpili: ANNl'M. MKUTINti OF THK
1 I'mon l-i-.ili Co, (.L'li), will be held
at the ('umpuiiy'B olllce. Ijuceu street, oil
WKDNLSDAY.the mtli Inst., at 11 o'clock
a.m. F. It. VI DA,
fc'curetury Union Feud Co,, L'd.
Ni-:v hoi'm: of fivk
Kooiun. on Mapi.lno
titieet, with llathriioin. l'ut
enl Y. C.cte Comiuanils
one of the tluest views in Honolulu
ply to OT7 tf) J.M- VI VAN.
REAL ESTATE FOR BALE.
LL I'KKHONH II A VINO CLAIMS
uL-iilnst KuuiiNii Hakt will nleiise
preeent the same to the iinilprsl(,'iiwl at his
olllce. Merchant Htreet.
J. M MONHAItltAT.
Honolulu, Nov. I, IMM. s" -if
AT THK FAMOllb BTOltlC OF
B. F. BHLBRS & GO.
SOS & 61 1 FORT STK,H3HJT.
OetrLtori Wash. Falorios !
A handsome Cotton Fabric; New Btyles this season, the ellects are fac-simlles ol Cblim
riilks; to set- them meuus to uppreciatu them.
Bilk liiiiuh just out; real French designs are the tlnest and tho crute of the seusou.
Oa-slxxnere Sublimes SO Oents "STarci I
One of the handsomest Wash Materials this senson entirely new and
lor the price has uo eipinl.
"Wliite HjELVkT-ns etnei IDinaity I
In I'laiu, Btrlped and Checked in ureal variety,
OT Dressmaking Under the Manageineut oi HUB. REN NEIL Jt3
7 VALUAIILK I'lEi M OF
I improved I'rupurl, located
In dill, rent 1'arlsol the City of
Honolulu, all bargains Apply
for lull iiiirllcuhirii to
liltUUi: A A J. UAIlTWltRJUT
L M'l'ons Iti-L'ister. Mlbstuu
tlnlly built of Oak and Cedar,,
Ciiiimir und ConiM-r Fastened.
I' or price uuu puriicuiur. iippi)
7J tf THKO, IKDAXTKHA CO.
Job Printiny neatly am promptly
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : ; $42,432,174.00
Klrr rinks ou nil kinds ol luurniiL-M I't.ipcrU Inken t Current ItUks by
yMiil tor Dm llAwftllun UUud,