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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
IltOM AND AFTKK JUNE 1, IH'.M.
To Kwa Mux.
Leave, l'earl City ::
Arrive Kwn Mill 0:i
0. B. It.
Leave Kwa Mill ':2l 10:43 3:43
Leave lVurl Ultv :M 11:15 4:16
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:65 4:55
A. Saturdays ouly.
0. Sundays excepted.
1). Saturdays excepted.
Tides, 'Sun and Moon.
)IY C. J. LYONS.
c K . - b I i 5 c , 2
DAY. a U-B -'e 3,'s 2, JS
.p fiVf'llli JLLLJ.
I a.m. ii.iii. p.tn.'ii. m.
Mini. '13 7 15 7 W :l 40 .... (I 10 .'. Ill II .i
rni'H. '14 8 IS 111 II1 4 4GI 1 i II 11 5 111 III :H
WihI. lift o 5 11 :iu, ft , :i o 12 a lsti 27
tIiiiik. in so .... s an; :i :w I a ft is ....
j .ii.m. , '
I'll. 17 10 4lT :l 10 U', 4 0 0 IS' ft 18 (1 21
hat. is-1 1 i:, o in, ii w ft 20 ( i:i 5 17 l ir
.ii.m. ii.in.1 , I
Sail. llli 1 0 0 20 :io' 0 30 II 14 5 17 2 II
Flifl tjunrter of tins moon on the Kltli, nt.
Til, 1,1m, a, in.
Time Whistle ulous at Hi. 2Sm. ;Hs. ii.m. ot
Honolulu time, which is tlio same, us 12h, Oni.
lis. nt tiicctiwtrli 111111'.
For every lMKIfect of iHtaneoiif tluiolier
vor (from tlieCiistnm IlmiM'l allow ono m-c-ond
for ti'iiiiKinls Ion of suiind, oi-ft hppdihN
lo a statute mile.
m DAILY BOLLB'FII
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15, 1893.
Tvkhiiay, Nov. 14.
Am sehr (' 8 Holmes, .lolin-on, for Mnlm-
Veii''hii.y, Nov. 15.
Stmr Wainlcale. (or Lahaina, Kukulli iclo
and Houokaa at 5 p m
Stnir Polo for Makaweii at 3 p in
sitnir Janice Makee for Makaweli at I p in
Si'hr Mary U Foster for Makaweli
Sehr fcjaruh fc Kliza for Koolau
tiulir Malitiualii for Waialua and Waianat'
Sulir Millc Mollis fur Koulau
Solir Ka Mol for Haniukna
For Kauai, perfctnir Mikabala, Nov 14
Miss J Smith, J' N de la Vcrgne, U It Hen
dry, Lau (MioiiK, Mini K MoQrew, and 35
For I.ahalmi and Hamakua, per stnir
Wnialeale, Nov 15 H Schwalbe, and 4
Vossels in Fort.
U S S Philadelphia, llarkor, from Callao,
USB Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
S S Miowcia, Stott, from Sydney
Am bk Albert, Uriilllhs, from San Fran
cisco Am btrtne W U Irwin, Williams, from San
Am Hchr Koburt J.ewers. from Port Clain-
Am bchr Transit, .lorgcneii, from San
Am Yacht Tolna, Wichman, from San
Am lik Matilda, Sencn, from Departure
Am bk S (J Alien, Thompson, fiom San
Hawn bk It P ltitliet, Morrisim, from San
Nor ship lleacoustield, Hastianson, from
Or bk J Ul'Ihtgor, Wolteri. from itroincn
lir sehr Norma, from Yokohama
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Am schr Allen A, from Eureka, due Oct I
11 M S S Alameda, Muru, from the Colo
nies, duo Xov III
II M S S Mnnovi'tti, I'arey, from San Fran-
cisro due, Nov 2.1
U A S S Arawa, btuart, from fevdney, due
Am bk Harvester, fiom S V Hilo, due Aug
Am bk Martha Davis, from Itoston, due
lir ship Villatta, from Liverpool, due .Tan
(ler bk Nautilus from Liverpool, duo Dec
(Jer bk Marie Huckfeld, from Liverpool,
due Feb 1, 'ill
LOCAL AND QENEBAL NEWS.
A pound notieo appears olsowhero.
Dinnunul Head, 3 p. in. Wonlher
thick, wind light north,
Tlio P. G. band will fjivo a concert
al the Hawaiian Hotel this uvuiiing.
Judgmont in the, Dixon vs. Mo
Dowall case lias boon reserved until
Tlio S. S. Alameda from tho Colo
nies is not signaled as this papor
goes to press.
A heavy shower of rain fell this
afternoon, creating quite a river on
on Fort street.
A large photograph of tho mem
bers of Excelsior Lodgo in their re
galia is on exhibition down town.
Tho nile driver was used to-day in
driving several piles to hard bottom
for tho proposed extension of
Tho postponed annual meeting of
tho Honolulu Library and Heading
ltoom Association will bo hold, on
Friday, 17th inst.
Tho houso and lot on tho Punch
bowl slopes advertised to bo sold at
auction by L. .1. Levey, was bought
at noon to-day for $15(11.
One native for vagrancy and two
for playing uhe fa, and a halt-iiiuian
for druukouuoss, constitute the ar
rests by the ponce to-da'.
Mr. .las. Tregloau intends leaving
fur tho Coast on tho uoxi Austral'a
for tho benefit of his health. His
departure has boon hastened by au
alTection of the eyes.
Sylvano do Nobriga claims that
this papor did him too much honor
iu reporting that ho was lined $15
for his collision with a fellow coun
tryman. Ho says ho had only to
Major J. H. Wodehouso, British
Minister Resident, paid au ollioial
visit to tho U. S. flagship Philadel
phia at 11 o'clock this morning, re
ceiving a saints of thirteen guns on
Nau-Yu-Shosha, the well known
Japanese importing firm on King
street, has just received a large
variety of Japanese goods suitable
for the Xmas season. An inspection
is respectfully invited.
A four-oared boat captained by
John Mahuka rowed out to the U.
ti. S. Philadelphia yesterday evening
aud issued a challenge to tho four
oared crow of that vessel. A reply
is expected at an early date.
An ex-legislator and a Salvation
ist, both Hawaiiaus, had a little po
litical talk to-dav which ended iu a
bet of SlOl) a side being put up. The
ex-legislator staked his money on
restoration, while tho Salvationist
had confidence in the permanency
of the '"holy cause."
PULLED FOR OPIUM.
TO PRISON FOR FISHING.
Suvoro Punlahmont of Natives for
Trospaeeinr; on Fishing Rights.
Three natives, Katiikina, Liwai
and Kookoo, wore brought before
tho Dist.rict Magistrate to plead to
a charge of larceny in tho fourth
degree, in Huoaliug aud carrying
away con a n fmh, tho property of
Mow Tong aud others doing busi
ness as Sun Chan Leo Co., in Ewa,
on Nov. -llli. Tho dofoudanls, who
were ronrosonted bv J. K. Hookano,
pleaded uot guilty. YV. 1. Castle
directed tho prosecu'ion.
Mow Toug. tho complaining wit
ness, deposed that ho saw tlefoud
a.its fishing in a bay at llanaloa
near Waikolo, on property his com
pany had leased from C. A. Brown
and wife. In a bair cairiod by Liwai
there woio nine mullet, ihreo uhia,
and one other fish, the whole being
worih about $1.50. Tho men wore
arresled at 4 p. in., alter they had
C. A. Brown s'alod that ho was
tho husband of Irene Brown, the
owner of tho laud, and was acquaint
ed with the limits of tho lit-hing
rights. Tho fishery connected with
the laud had boon pointed out to
tho leaseholders by him, and no
ono else had a right to fish there.
The placo where tho dofoudnius are
alleged to have fished is au out of
tho way place, being surrounded by
Two Chinamen testified having
seen defendants fishimr at the placo
mentioned in over twenty foot depth
Tho prosecution restiug, au elder
ly nativo who is owner of lands at
Waikolo, Waipio, was called. Ho
testified that people living at Wai
kole were allowed the privilege of
fishing from Ulemoku to Pauau, aud
at times kouohikis would suspend
Tho evidence of the defense went
to show that being tenants of laud
at' Waikolo they naturally expected
that thoj- had a right to fish iu ad-
i 'inning ponds. Two of dofo'ndants
lave lands iu the district leased to
Tho Court found defendants guiltj
as charged aud sentenced them
to one month's imprisonment at
IS THE BEST
Hon ot Horry K, Huby, of Columbia, Pa.,
Suffered From Birth
With a Severe Form of
" Until my boy was six yean of aRo ho was
from birth a terrible uffrr-r fiom scrofu
loin humor. Bores would appear on him and
spread until as I.nrgc no n Dollar and then
illsclinrRC. followed by others, so llmttbo larger
palt of Ids lioilv was onn mn of .ore. all
the time, especially severe on his lrus and back
of bis e.irs and on Ills bead. Tho humor had a
very odenslvo odor, and caused
We cannot tell how that poor bny suffered In
all those years. Physicians did not clfeet a
euro. At lust 1 decided to kIo him Hood's
Baisiiparllla, as my duiggl't reooininended
It. In about two weeks the Sarsaparllla began
to have offest.. The sore j commenced lo heal
up; tho flesh becan to look more natural aud
healthy. Then the sf.'ilese.iiiii! off and all over
bis bodv new and healthy flesh and skin formed.
When lie had taken two Imtfi's ho was entirely
tree from sores, having unl) the sears to show
where tliev had been. These have all disap
peared. Wo are unable to express our thanks
lor tho good
has done our little hoy." IlAitnv K. Ruby,
Box 3fiG, Columbia, reiinsjUanla.
HOOD'S 1'II.I.K cum runulpalton hr rcitor
tag the parlsUltlc actlou at tlia allunnUrx cautl
H011UON, NKWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Dries perfectly solid Inside nt twenty
Forms a durable and ela'tlr, not n hrlt
' tie coating.
' Retains Its gloss longer than any other
i Heshts the action of acids and alkalies
t better than any other oil.
i Flows freely from the brush without run
I ning and spreads well.
1 With the addition ol Litharge, yields a
j hard surface, suitable for Moors, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigment" ground in
oil In paste form.
' lirlngs out the real shades of the colors
aud keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
I working of the varolsh,
Does not darken white lead or any deli
Has greater body than any other oil.
Requires one-third less pigment than
' any other oil.
I Can be added to Jlnsoed oil and It will
I greatly improve the linseed.
f Can be thinned with turpentine.
i Ily actual tusts, has outlasted the best
I linseed oil.
Therefore, N the best paint oil over man
ufactured. Direction for Use.
This Space is Reserved
Announcement of New Goods !
N. S. SACHS
" POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,"
Bao Fort Btroot, WonoTvilvx.
K. Foster to'.k Mi
tile I'htutatiim this
The schooner Mary
tons of coal for Klc
About o'2 tons of copra from the schooner
Haleakahi will be transferred on the bark
it. P. Hitiiot.
Tho Mlowera's ensig.i llouted to the
breeze to-day ( the hrst time Hinee sho
went on the reef.
Tho bsrk H. 0. Allen, ly'ng near the
Fislimarke., is being temped to receive u
new coui of patui.
The buvkeiuine Kllkitat is ly'ng at tho
1. M S. S woiirf. Tbu date of her depar
ture Is not definitely known.
Tho Amu''ii'iin schnoner C. K. Holmes,
Johnson, bulled for Mahiikona yesterday
lo loud sugar for Hap l'vanulsco.
The steamer I'ele took ah nit 'J In tons of
coal lO-diiy for Mukuwoli, Kauai. The
gasoline launch belonging to Mr. (lay also
went ny ner.
Tho repairs to the steuiuer Kuala made
necessary by her stranding have beun com
pleted, mid she will he luuuchi'il from the
Murine Ihiilwuy tills afternoon.
Men from the Honolulu Inm Works
uero at work yesterday and to-diiy replac
ing the damaged starboaid bulwuiks on
the bark .1. (J. I'lhiger with new iron
Tho P. G. band, Prof. Bergor,
leader, will play at tho Hawaiian
Hotel thih evening at 8:lf o'clock.
Following is the program:
Overture A Hummer Night . ... Kitjipo
Finale -lli'llsuiio. . . Doul.citi
Walt. -Vienna lllood Straus
riell'Utlou-llohuuihill (lirl Jhilfo
Maieh -.My (loeherl fiprnwuuker
Fuiltuslu Fni'ge In thu Fount . Mlehaells
Willi. Tout I'urU. Wuhlieulul
llulnii-llriivn Alieuil Ktruuss
' Hiiwuli I'lilio'..
Said Ho Didn't Know the Valise Was
Ah See, tho Chinese steward on
the Inter-Island Steamship Co.'s
steamer Mikahala, was arrested at
ItllO o'clock yesterday afternoon in
Ins quarters on that vessel lor having
opium unlawfully in possession.
Captain Parker aud Officer Hart
made tho capture. In a valise iu tho
s'oward's room near tho storeroom
twenty-seven tins of opium wero dis
closed. When tho steward was ask
ed to whom the valise belonged, he
answered that a follow countryman,
frioud of his, had left the valise
there, and he didn't kuaw what its
contents wore, xhe olhcers having
information to tho effect that two
valises wore iu tho steward's posses
sion, a further search was made but
nothing besides tho before-mentioned
receptacle was found.
"When tho steward was taken to
tho Pobce Slation bail was deposited
for him, securing his liberty, by the
Chinaman to whom he had said the
valise belonged. Ah See ran dowu
to the wharf aud boarded the steamer
Mikahala at, 5:05 o'clock, just as she
was moving off.
Work on the Miowera.
Another examination was made
by tho Lougco brothers to-day of
the bottom of the Miowera, this
time ou tho port side. This after
noon a largo scow, hearing three
anchors, loaned by the American
Government to assist in lloating tho
steamship, tho stern post and the
broken rudder belonging to the Mio
wera, was towed to tlio old Custom
Houso wharf near the Fishmarkot.
Tho stern post and ruddor will be
repaired al tho Honolulu Iron Works.
Messrs. Soreuson tc Lylo have been
given the contract to build a coffer
dam for use iu effecting the repairs
to tho steamship. It will bo con
structed at the Marine Railway aud
floated to the ship.
MORE ROOIH FOR BUSINESS.
That is What the California Feed
Company Has Had to Get.
It is a good sign of a business, iu
the midst of complaints all around
about hard times, to see it having to
enlarge its borders. This is tho case
with the California Feed Company,
which has taken the stand just
vacated by Mr. John F. Colburn on
Cjueen, at the foot of .Nuuanu streot.
The company retains its former
place at tho King's stables, Leleo,
for a warehouse. Its now quarters
aro much more convenient for ship
ping, as well as for the transaction
of business generally. Messrs. T. J.
King aud .T. N. Wright, the active
members of the company, make a
strong team with their respective
long experiences in the feed busi
ness and in stock raising. They
know what tho trade wants and get
it. Mr. Wright is now on the voy
age from the Coast with a full cargo
of ha' and grain by the bark Mauna
Use Lt'cot. in every respect in the
8iii)io manner us you would linseed
I.IYINi; V1U'S FUU it It K i;n- '"b with the sinulo exception that you
tig. UK) Kijic Hawaiian I'oenanuts for j tuny sitltl fully one-iiuiirtor more Lu
lling. I'. LINDKMANN. coi. to the sumo quantity of pigment
limn you would of linsvcil.
In using metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, and other dry pigments, it is
advisable to mix up the paint at least
one day before it is to be ust'il, then
mill it thiid more Luooi. ami the paint
will ho found to cover well it ml have
u good gloss.
NEVER USE JAl'ANS.
Gallon PASTUUAUK FOK HOUSKS
I" and cattle can be found at Kalihi, at
V. Meyers', where good pasture and feed
will be given them and they will be well
looked after. For further partictt'ar.s ap
ply to F.MYKRS,
at Kalihi, or riuir up Hell Telephone 3S1.
rUiisii 1 uri
Another Hooks Dividend.
Tho Hook & Ladder Co. held a
meeting at their hall yesterday even
ing to hear the report of the finance
committee of tho company, relative
to a second "divy" of tho company's
funds. The committee's report was
favorable and a dividend of $10 75
to each member of tho company
was declared, paj'ablo this morning.
The members received their money
to-day. The "hooks" expect another
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
When troubled with pain in tho
stomach, bilious colic or diarrlnea
give this medicine a trial and you
will bo more than pleased with tho
result. It is pleasant, safe and re
liable. 25 and 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents for the Hawaiian
51!) FOHT STKEKT.
LATEST NOVELTIES !
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 15th.
Opening Day for Xmas Goods!;
51!) FORT STKEKT.
Where hard surfaces such as lloors,
steps, etc., arc required use litharge
only, never use Japans.
LUCOL MIXES WITH VAK
iintl assists their working anil im
proves their appearance hut tiiky
j HHOl'l.l) UK IISK1) SA.MK DAY THKV Altli
i Mi.XKD, otherwise the gum of the var
nish may be precipitated or the nnx
The addition of from to of Lu
coi, to varnishes does not reduce their
lutro our retard their burdening and
drying and it prevents their cracking.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppn. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery a Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTKNSIVK A.88OKTMKNT OF
" '-iii I ! v "" fjj
S Etc., Etc, Etc.
Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands
To Let or Lease.
I'F.lt 11AISIC "('. I). ItUYANT."
Ol1 AU. styj.ks;
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OK DAMAOKI) GOODS KKl'T ON HAND
(MIDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street..
KKl.I. TELEPHONE 525. "mX OT MUTUAL TELEPHONE M&.
X Huuiiih umt Kitidiun
at 105 Foit street.
-UVO NK'KLY FUi:-
nidhi-d ltoom for
Ituiitli'iiimi at No. 4 (Jurdun
Cott'im- of three
ltoonih. viiltabii' for two
(niiTnTn innu unn iuihiu win fun
VjtU UOLO, LlUftO CLLIU 111 U. 10 ' Htiitt, opposite tlm Hawaiian Hntr I
X I V BMI-II
A Policeman Starts a Fight.
A U. S. marine had a bcullleat the
boat landing yesterday evening with
ollicor Sheahau. "Host oration" talk
ou tho part of tho marine roused the
ire of the ollicor lo such au extent
that ho forgot his occupation as a
"preserver of tho peace and struck
out, hitting the marine on tho face,
to which tho undaunted seaman re
plied with a stinging blow ou Shea
nan's bread basket. A fow hot words
followed anil the combatants wore
separated, tho marine getting into a
shore boat lo go to his ship, while
Sheahau paid for tho faro and called
it "n(tiaro." No urrosts.
"The Boat in tho World."
Job Vnfi'iti Htutly and promptly
esrftdfi at thf liullflhi t)(lie,
This ic what W. I. WuiMliiun, of
lluiillv, Ivy , say of fMiumhi'iliiiii's
(Joii.li llmiuily, Ho Kpuke fiom per
Miiml expel ii'iiiiii iu the iimi uf it, him
rolf mill family having jm-l breu
cuieil of biul cough- anil ciiIiIk by it,
,mil fiiiu-iiliTK ii Hie IickI in I In- uvrlil.
Iur mi In by nil t It'll li'l i. Ili'lli-ntl,
Hiiiith it Cii.iAguiilr fur I he lliiwiiii.iii
Daily Hull? tin, 60 rul a mniifi,
Btisinoss di'itd ? Not much !
Leastwise it is not so with the
('ulifornjfi Feed Company. We
huve made u business for our
selves, which litis stemlily grown
tb'-ough all tlio hard limes other
people nru complaining about.
Wo have just secured from Mr.
.). F. Colburn his old sditid, cor
ner Queen and Nuuanu streets,
and taken possession of those
lurgo and eonvonient promises.
We had to do o, because our
old place al Leleo is too small
for our fast -increasing business.
Iu u few days the bark "Mauna
Ala will be bore again with her
fourth full cargo of I lav. and
Grain, bought by our Mr 1. N.
Wright who will arrive on that
vessol. Wo prefer to select our
im rchauiliso ouimiIvos rather
than have others do it, which
moans Unit we gel better good
at a less price.
"Wo thank our many friends
for their liberal patronage for
the past throe years, and hope
by strict attention to a business
wo thoroughly understand to
merit tho patronage of as ninny
(JALIFOHNMA KKKD (JO.
In tho Lati-t Patterns
HAND SEWING MACHINES,
All with tliu l,atrt liiiiriivciiii!iits.
ALSO OS HANI) -
Celebrated Cuttajp m
Pallor Organs, Guitars,
-- Mi nllll'.Jt
Mill HALE -
ED, KOFFSCHLAEGER & CO,,
Klnu' Ktroi't, oppo. Ciihtli' A Cnol.i'.
Real Estate Agency,
VTICW HOUSE OF FIVE
Xl I'tooniH, on Magazine
Hlii'ul, with ilatlirooni, l'nt
uut V. l'!.. v Com mantis
one of the Illicit view In Honolulu. Ap
ply to M77-tf) .1. M. VIVAH.
BBAKESTATE FOB SALE.
-r VALUAHLE IMEt'KH OF
I imiirovi'd I'ropiirty, located
in ditl rent Tartu of the City of
Honolulu; all liuralu. Apply
fur full naitnailart to
1SUUOK A- A. .1. CAUTWltKIHT.
No. 510 i'ort Street.
dm mania .trii't -I'M yvv
Eiiiniu Niiain -lift per
I IIoum' nil
1 HllllMI on
1 hloin illldui' tint "Aillllgtuli.
I stom on .Nuuiiiii tii'ut.
'J llnilMixiili lli'ri'tiinla street,
J lloiikiih on Foil rlieet,
DR. S. ASANO,
Pliysician & Surgeon
NO. lfa NUUANU AVENUE.
Oppoilte Eulu Hoiinii, - - Hiinoliilu.
Mutual Telephone '.Ml.
DR. .). UCUIDA,.
Physicisui & Surguon
NO. fi K UK 11 LANE.
333I.X TSXXFIIOITE S3C,
Just Received per " Australia"
A l,AHGK ASSOItTJtENT OF
BOYS' SUITS !
Ladies' & Children's Shoes
BLACK LADIES A: CHILDREN'S HOSE,
l-'LANELETTES, TABLE LINEN,
SILK it CHAPE SCAKFS,
LAD1 ES' llANDKEIU'HIEFS,
Rugs and Carpets Selling" at Cost !
3ML. 3- LEVY
75 FORT STREET 75
AT THE FAMOUS STOUK OF
IB. IF1. ESCILiEIR, &c CO.
( AimiiM'.v ,i Lm sn Niinio I'l'in.ii
rPIIK I'OSTI'ONKl) MF.ETINd ol'
1. tliu Honolulu l.lhinry and Itt'inllni;
Itonin Am-nitliinn, will Im huld nt l.ll.iury
Hall, FltlHAY, tlm 17th lut., nt 7i:iu
ti'i'liiiilt i', m., for tho t'luclltm uf 'liuMru
anil other Inipuitani IiiikIiiiwj.
II, A, I'AltMELEi:.
Ill I'linhiinianil Hi., Honolulu.
SOS9 & B 1 1 FORT STK.H1B3T.
Canton Wash FaloriGs !
A handsome Cotton Fahrle; New Kth'n thi.- tenson, thu ellecth are lue-hiiuileo of Chlnh
HIIIih; to mu ihem inean.i to appreciate them.
Silk llnlsli ut out ; real French designs uru thu lliivnl and the eyue of thu neiiHon.
Cashmere Sublimes SO Oeaats "X"ftrci I
One of tho lianiltinnieitt Wash MaUrialb thin nenyioi rntirHly new umt
for the price lias no i'ijuhI,
WTaite Lawns anci IDi-reiity I
In I'laln, HtriK'd and Checked in ;reat varietj.
tar Dretuuuakiug Under tbe Mannaoment oi MRS. KENNCR. Jl
IIoumi iiiul l.ol on lli'ieianiii tiiel near
IViiMienla. Lot '.im feel fioiiliiHt' nml
I III feel deep.
.Smeiill llimlMhli' IlixliU'iiee- nt lhl
I lliuidiilli'KOIl (luriniilila lrm'l.
II, K IXIAIIOMAN.
j FOR BALE
I rpilESUIKIONKU 'NOltMA.'
i A .'i.Tldnr. HeKlsler, Ullii-liill-
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Royal Insurance Company
vThe Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1882, : : $42,432,174.00
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