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,THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, NOV. 24, 1693.
FMDAY, Nov. 21.
I'crry, from Van-
A B 8 Wnrrlmoo,
convcr, j) u
H M 8 8 Monowai, Carey, from San Fran
a " clsro
Btmr 0 It Bishop from Wutnlua, Walanao
FmtHY, Nov. 21.
0 A 3 8 Warrlinoo, I'orry, for the Colonies
at U p m
R M 8 8 Monowai, Carey, for tho Colonies
at a p m
8tmr Klnau for Labalnn, Maalaea, Make
na, Muhukoiiu, Kaualhae, Laupahoe
lioo, Hakalau, Uonomn, Pohalaunanu,
Popeokeo, Unomea, Papaikou and lltlo
at 5 p m
Btmr James Makeo for Kapna at 1 p m
Btmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Oargoos from Island Forts.
!J00 bags rlco and 300 bags
From Ban Francisco, per B S Monowai,
Nov 4 Messrs Hibbard and 2 sons, Mrs
van 8 Ward, Mr Hopp, Mr Hituhuock, Mr
Wichnmn, Mr McDonald, Mr Hart, Itev
und Mrs Abed, Mrs Kynnt-rijley, Mr bliaw,
Mr Kiuerson, Miss wilder, Mr Wann, Mr
W'einitz, Com Whiting, Mr and Mrs Wil
liams, Mr Zollor, Mr V Igbt, Mr and Mrs
Cooke, Mrs Werlleh. child aud nurse, Mr
Turners, Mr Tibbs, Mr Irvine, Mr Wallin,
Mr Kemdsen, Mr Koburtson, Mr MuVoy,
Mr Boisselier, Miss Campion, Mr Huts
uhelor, 43 steerage.
For Makawell, per stmr 1'ele, Nov 2.1 J
For Hamakua, per stmr Walalealo, Nov
23 M V Holmes, Mix J T Stacker and
child, Kobt Mure.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
No jury will bo unUed for lo-uior-row.
H. B. M, S. Champion will rorunin
at Honolulu for tho present.
Tho S. S. Monowai will loavo for
tho Colonies at 9 o'clock this even
ing. Tho 0. A. S. S. Warrimoo will
leavo for Sydney, Australia, at 6
o'clock this ovouiug.
Thoro woro seven stowaway on tho
S. S. Warrimoo this morning. They
woro refused lauding.
Captain Porry, lato chiof ofiicor of
tho s. o. Aliowora, is now in com
mand of tho Warrimoo.
.Mr. J. C. Cooko has returned from
a vacation abroad, accompanied by
a bride.' Give us yor 'and.
Fresh Balmon and halibut have
boon received at the Metropolitan
Moat Market by tho Warrimoo.
N. S. Sachs has a fresh announce
ment of seasonable new goods in
this is3iie. Ladies will not fail to
Tho sailing of the steamer Kiuau
has boon postponed until 5 o'clock,
to await the foreign mails by the S.
An officer of one of the U. S. war-
The pile driver Is still engaged driving
new piles at Brewer's wharf.
The yacht Tolna will leave either tn-iiior-row
or the day after. A complete crew has
The steamer Leluta is being overhauled
prior to being engaged in the inter-islaud
sugar carrying trade.
Tho steamer Waialeale took 25,000 feet
lumber for Kukuihaele and U.OUUfeet for
Honokaa yesterday morning.
The bark Harvester arrived at San Fran
cisco on the Kith Inst., 19 days from Hilo.
"Bhe will load lumber tit the Bound for Sid
ney. The schooner Jennie Wand, loads
Brain at ltedonde for Mahukona.
The CASS Warrimoo was telephoned
at 4:50 o'clock this moining, and uasdock-
eu at. (i o'cioiK. ner ouicers ana men were
agreeably surprised by the sight of the
slstership Miowera lying snug at anchor
in the harbor.
The 8 B Monowai's manifest shows the
following imports: 3 bogheads stout, 1 box
books, 100 pkgs. merchandise, Hyiuan
Bros.; 127 pkgs. merchandise, W. G. Irwin
& Co. ; 4 cases, Holllstcr fc Co.; 0 cases, H.
F. Wichnmn; 43 pkgs. merchandise, H.
Hackfeld & Co ; 4 cases, Waterhouse; 144
pkgs. merchandise, H. May & Co.; 11 pkgs.
merchandise, Hall & Son"; 15 pkgs. mer
chandise, Newman; rf coils rope, Cap'iain
Wann; 14 pkgs. merchandise. Qrinbanm c&
Co.; 118 pkgs. do, Phillips i: Co.; 821 pkgs.
do, McOhesuey &, Co.; 177 pkgs- do, Lewis
& Co.; 383 pkgs. hundrios, various.
DAI. I'RVoCISlO NOTKb.
Projected departures for Honolulu Bark
Annie Johnson, Hilo ; 8. 8. Australia, Nov.
25, Honolulu; bark C. I). Bryant. Nov. lb,
Honolulu; barkentine S. G. Wilder, Nov.
27, Honolulu; bark Ceylon, Nov. 23, Hono
lulu; barkentine 8. N. Castle, Nov. 22, Ho
nolulu; schooner Olga, Nov. 21, Mahukona.
What the Honolulu Minstrels Are
Going to Give.
Below is the program of to-morrow
evening's performance by the
Honolulu amateur minstrels. The
names are an assurance that a rare
feast of music aud mirth will be
given on the boards of the Opera
CoMVKRsmo:i.iHT A. E. Murphy
Bonks W. H. Charlock. Geo. Ritman
Tamdos W. B. Ash, C. A. Doyle
"Ask of the Man in the Moon" Mr.
"Sweet Nellie Bawn" . .Mr. C. H. Good
"The Cat Came Back" Mr. W. B. Ash
"Molly and I and the Baby" Mr. Cuelho
"Hear Uem Hells" ...Mr. W. H. Charlock
"Hearts" Mr. W. Hoogs
"There are Moments When One Wants
to be Alone",. ...Mr. Chester A. Doyle
Finale ,...:. .'"Tramways vs. Bns"
Selection... .Orchestra mder Prof. Berger
Musical Bketch Messrs. W. B. Ash and
II. J. Ordway.
The Only Hitman and His Banjo.
After Piece: "Past and Present in
Honolulu" The Full Company
EDITOB SMITH COMMITTED.
ships in port was hoard to remar
this morning, "a big dayl" That
wnat, dear boy.
There was no little excitement
around town this morning, when
"restoration" news arrived by the C.
A. S. S. Warrimoo.
Reserved seats for the minstrel
entertainment on Saturday evening
sold like hot cakes at the otiico of L.
J. Levey this morning.
A passenger on the S. S. Warrimoo
came ashore this morning from that
steamer with a pistol in his pocket.
He was disarmed by a Customs offi
cer. W. Wilson pleaded guilty in the
District Court yesterday to larceny
of. six bottles of beer from the Mer
chant's Exchange and sentence was
Commander Whiting, of the U. S.
Mohican, arrived on tho S. S. Mono
wai this afternoon. He will be unit
ed in marriage to Miss Etta Afoug,
of this city, shortly.
The Temple of Fashion's Graud
Holiday aud Christmas opening
takes place to-morrow (.Saturday,).
Big bargaius in all Hues will be of
fered to the public for thirty days
H. B. M. S. Nymphe arrived at
San Francisco on the 13th inst., I5J
days from Esquimault, aud loft on
the 16th for Callao, Peru. She will
probably touch in at Honolulu on
Sixty return permits to Chinese
for the steamer Chiua had been is
sued up to the close of office hours
yesterday, when there wore 1 ap
plications filed for attention this
Two gentlemen arrived on tho S.
S. Warrimoo to day from Vancouver,
B. C., for the purpose of locating
coffee lands here. They wore en
quiring around town for suitable
As already mentioned in this paper
a cricket game will be played on
Thanksgiviug Day, between the Ho
nolulu cricket team and an eleven
from the H. B. M. S. Champion. A
return match will be played on the
Over sixty tax appeal cases wore
heard before the tax appeal board
yesterday afternoon. Only fourteen,
however, wero ready for hearing and
four were disposed off. On Wedues
day next there will be auother hear
ing. The trial of J. P. Bowen has oc
cupied all day in the Circuit Court.
A plea in bar by Mr. C. W. Ashford
for the defendant was over-ruled.
The prosecution rested a few min
utes before 2 o'clock, when Mr. Ash
ford opened for tho defense.
THURSTON'S BAD ADVICE,
Wants President Dole to Compel Minister
Willis to Make War.
Don't Fire on the American Troops But
Withdraw to Other Headquarters.
Tho following from tho Exami
ner's Washington correspondence,
dated Nov. 10th, purports to give
thoBiibstancoof Minister Thurston's
advice to tho P. G.:
As published in yesterday's
Examiner, Miuister Thurston has
been lor some time engaged in
prepariug a mesiago to President
Dole to be sent to him by the steamer
which leaves San Fiancisco for Ha
waii to-morrow. Ho has refused to
make public tho contents of the
document, but it was learned to
night from an undoubtedly reliable
source that lie strongly advises
President Dole to listen to no com
promise, but to vigorously opposo
all interference, overlooking no
measure for the most vigorous resist
ance if necessary. It is advised not
to fire Upon the Ainorlcau troops,
leaving it to them to use actual
It is also strongly urged that the
positions be held until it is un
mistakable that tho American troops
intend an attack. A formal warning
in writing is thou to bo given not to
land. If, however, the troops suc
ceed in lauding and upon an engage
ment Thurston advises that there be
no surrender, but a withdrawal
made to other headquarters with all
the muuitions of war. If the Queen
is restored and tho troops retire
thou it is ordered that tho Govern
ment be immediately taken charge
of iu an uucouditiou.il manner.
Miuister Thurston believes that if
there has boon no violence by the
time his message reaches the islands
there will iu all probability be none
James Htber Dorman
of Shy Beaver, l'a.
Cured of Scrofula
Tho People will havo Hood's
Mr. Dorman'a Experience
"My boy, now 0 cars old, had Scrofula in
one eyo from the time he was a tuliy; dlscuarc
Ins all the time. Of lata wo lmo been Rlvlns
lilm llond'A Siirnaii irllla, anil It lim done all
that meillrtnn can do. The ft roftila lias disap
peared, and his oj e Is braird up and well. I
IS THE BEST
i Drlos ncrfiTtly solid Inside of twenty
Forms n durahle aud elastic, not a brit
Ketalns Its gloss longer than any other
Kcdtds the ncttnu of uolds nud alkalies
better than any other oil.
I Flows freely from the brush without run
ning anu sprcaus nun.
With the addition of I.ithnrgo, yields a
hard surface, suitable for Moors, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground In
oil in paste form.
Brings out the real shades of the colors
nnd keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
new coal tnr colors.
Added .to varnish greatly improves the
LATEST NEW YORK NOVELTIES
SOW OPO AT
N. S. SACHS'
fully heller Hood's Raraapnrllla Is th belt
working of the vnrnls
Does not darken white lend or any deli
Has greater body than any other oil.
liiiiltnu rid ii-1 1 1 1 Pit lauu tifivtttuttt tlitlti
modlLlne In tho market I keep a general iitort, , ,,,, nti.nr nn
and It Is not a trirlc to sell Hood's SarsaparMft ' Kn DUlor 0"
for the uoplo will have It 1 sell tnoro o! , Can t,e a,iUed to linseed oil and It will
Hood's Ssrsaparilla tlian alt other modiolus .,rp.,tlv inmrnvp tho Unseed
together and the stors would not bt oompleU rc,ul ""prove i unseen.
a iy Can he thinned with turpentine.
nllllll S ih IjIII KS 'By "''Mini tests, has outlasted the best
without It My wife has also been entirely Thdrefore, is the best paint oil ever nian-
eurrd of Scrofula bv llooil's BarwarMa. and I I maciureu.
am heartily thankful for what it hi
has done lor
John Dormam, Shy Bearer, Ja.
HOOD'8 PlLtS' the kitaftr-41nnr rills,
Ukllt dlgeitlon, can luiflicho. Try box. o.
HOlUtON, NEW-MAN A (JO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Willis is Paramount.
New Yohk, Nov. 10. A Washing
ton special says: In anticipation of
the condition of affairs which would
arise should the Provisional Govern
ment give Willis his passport, the
administration adopted tho extra
ordinary course of providiug him
with independent authority to com
mand the naval forces of the harbor
of Honolulu. Undjr tho ordinary
rules of international law Willis
would not be Minister if his pass
ports wore given him by the Provi
sional Government and ho would
have no authority to call on the
naval forces of this country for au3'
purpose whatever. To guard against
this contingency orders to the com
manding olhcers of tue naval forces
were given him, signed by the Pre
sident, directing tho commanding
ullicoia to obey any orders coming
from Willis regardless of his official
relations to tho Hawaiian Government.
PRESENTS THTS -
An unusual attractive varioh of NEW
GOODS to meet the taste and wants of
our Island community. Apart
from a tine stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
Direction for Use.
Uk Lrooi. in every respect in the
u. iltii, iiiniiniii- iu ,..l, UfiM,lil lli.uiifi.l
1 oil, with thf single exception that you
I may .ulil fully onc-quurter more Lu
j cot to tlio same quantity of pigment
tli.ui you would of liiihceil.
Iu using metallic, Venetian red, the
1 ochres, ami other hy pigments, it is
! atlvisiilile to mix. up the paint at least
one day before it is to be used, then
. add u third more Lucoi. and the p.tint
I will be found to cover well and have
u good gloss.
NEVER USE JAPANS.
Where buril surfaces such as floors,
steps, etc., n ic required use litharge
only, never uce Japans.
Laces and Embroideries !
The largest Assortment and the finest ecr Imported In the Islands.
FINE BLA.0K UJ-OVKR LACKS in Plain. Potted and Mrii.od with I.aces to match.
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The addition of from to J of Lu
ooi. to vurniidicf does not reduce tlicir
lutre nor retard their linrdoning und
drying und it precuti their cracking.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE A880KTMKNT OK
He Waves Examination and His
Boasted Defense is Deferred.
Mr. W. G. Smith, editor of the
Star, appeared in the District Court
this morning, to answer to a charge
of libel iu the first degree, preferred
uy Jir. unas. 13. Wilson. It. will Uo
remembered Mr. Wilson filed five
distinct charges of libel against the
editor of the Star. When specifica
tions of tho first charge were read
Mr. Smith waived examination and
was committed for trial at the
February term of the Supreme
Court. The second charge will be
presented to-morrow, when it is
most likely defendant will waive ex
amination. After tho Star's boasting of sensa
tional revelations to be made iu
justification at the preliminary ex
amination, the defendant's waiver of
examination is a little surprising.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mr. Wann, au expert, arrived on
the S. S. Monowai. He came from
London to inspect the supposed
wreck of tho S. S. Miowera, but oil
arrival found that she was safe at
anchor ill tho harbor.
Mr. John liusli, head master of
Iolaui College, wan made happy to
day by the arrival of his wifo aud
family from England. Tlioy wero
pasaougors by the Warrimoo, and
have never been here before.
A passenger on tho S. S. Monowai
for ttiis port was drugged on u train
whilo coming across ban Franoisco
and relieved of 5-275. Since thou lie
ban been vory careful of his valu
ables, aud on the steamer left them
with the purser.
A rumor that proved to be with
out foundation was iu circulation
this morning, to the effect that Attorney-General
W. O. Smith had re
signed owing to something said at
the secret meeting of the Councils
yesterday. It probably originated
in the equally false report in the
foreign papers that Secretaries Hoke
Smith and Morton had resigned from
President Cleveland's Cabinet.
ABBIVAL OF S. S. WABMMOO.
A Large Number of Passengers
Xhe Cricketers on Board.
The C. A. S. Warrimoo from Van
couver arrived hero at ( o'clock this
morning, having loft the formor port
on Thursday, 16th Nov., at D:30 a.m.,
and Victoria tho followiug morning
at 11 a. m. She brings a large num
ber of passengers, aud a full cargo.
The following passengers disem
bark hero: Mrs. Hurd, Miss Hurd,
Miss Burhams, Mrs. Gait, Mrs. Ton
ny, Mrs. UubL aud family, M. M.
Hurd, J. R. Gait, General Cunliffe,
J, Robertson, J. G. Smith, Ji. G.
Smith, J. Ross, ,1. G. Marshall, M.
Reado, W. J. bauns, A. b. Calkins,
C. O'Loary, L. Zupland, C. Cristotr
erson, W. C. Chosney, T. Phillips, J.
P. Homen, ,1. Real, K. Awsiga, K.
Nishiuoto, and R. Combe, whilst the
remainder numbering uourly 100 are
for Australia. Amongst the passen
gers aro tho members of the Austra
lian Cricket Toam, returning from
England and the States, also Sir
Arthur Stopnay und Alderman
Waino of Sydney, who is making a
tour round tho world with his wife.
Tho cargo for this port comprises
!i)00 barrels lime, 200 sacks oats, fUM)
sacks bran, UK) sacks Hour, m) barrels
boor, IMX) huudloB shingles, 125 bar
rels salmon, 108 fresh fish, and a
large assortment of general mer
chandise. Captain Herbert Perry is in com
mand vice Captain Aruiuloll, who
again assumus the duties of Chief
ollluor, whilst tho health of tho chip
U under the care of Dr. Murray, lute
of the Miowora,
A Chinaman was arrested at 11
o'clock yesterday morning for hav
ing opium unlawfully iu possession.
He was bailed out by a fellow couu
trj'mau aud wont homo. At 6 o'clock
in the evening, who should be run
in at the Police Station but the
identical John of the morning. He
hail been arrested a second time for
the same offense. In the District
Court this morning John pleaded
to both charges aud for the first
ofToube was sentenced to pay a fine
of i-50. Sentence for the second
Instructions to Minister Willis.
A special from Washington, dated
Nov. 9, to the New York Mail and
Express says the State Department
would give out that afternoon Pres
ident Cleveland's instructions to
Minister Willis, which are in brief
"To restore the same conditions
in tho islands which existed before
the marines landed from tiie United
States steamer Boston."
S. S. Monowai.
The R. M. S. S. Monowai, Capt.
Carey, arrived alongside the dock
at 2:80 p. m. She left the San Fran
cisco dock at 5:110 p. m. on tho 17th
inst., and took aboard the Honolulu
pilot at 1 :30 p. m. to-day. She ex
perienced lino weather throughout
with light variable winds to urrival.
Business (lead ? Not much !
Leastwise it ih not so with the
California Feud Coinpaii.y. Wo
have made a business for our-
Btdves, which has steadily grown
through all the hard times other
people are complaining about.
We havo just booured from Mr.
.1. F. Colhiirn his old stand, cor
ner Queon nnd Nuuanu streots,
and taken possession of those
large and convenient promises.
We had to do so, because our
old pluco at Leleo is too small
for our fast-inci easing business.
In a ftnvduys the hark "Manna
Ala" will he hero again with her
fourth full cargo of Uuy and
Grain, bought hy our Mr. .1. N.
Wright who will arrive on that
vonsol. We prefei to select our
merchandise our-eives rauier
than have other do it, which
means that wo get better goods
at a less price.
We thank our many friends
for their liberal patronage for
the past thioo jimim, and hope
by strict attention to a business
we thoroughly understand to
merit tho patiouugu of its many
CALIFORNIA FEED 00.
FOR 1 e-4. I
That iiiut 1k it-mi to lie aireoiiitil. I
Also a Hun of
Japanese Paper Crepe Books ,
Of Jingles) ami Kalrj Tales. I
Additional to a bewildering supply of the I
customary good goods for all good j
people Is a stock 01
That are us useful as they aro novel and
attractive, and of nil kind:) and si 'en.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
-SA.Nr. ClAIIH1 HEMliH'AHTBIttt has
aluas been noted for Its supply of Dolls
and all the etceteras of dolldoin, and this
season lends them all.
N'nnlcin Doll. KilL- Dolls. Robber Dolls
China Dolls, Dolls with Kmu French Bis
que Heads, Dolls with soealled Unbreak
able Heads, China Huads.
with Heal Human Hair,
Dolls with N'atiiral Look
ing Hair, nonio with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hair, and some with No Hair at all.
Sleeping Dolls, "W nkeful Dolls, Smil
ing Dolls, Crying Dolls.
TTrT T C n Full Dress, Half Dress
JLyvyx-LiO and Undiess and ranging
from abont three Inches to nearly three
feet in bize, and from ten rents to several
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Boy Dolls, Baby Dolls
French Dolls, Kngllsh Dolls,
Oeriuan Dolls, American Dolls,
Esquimaux Dolls, Indian Dolls,
Mulatto Dolls, Darkey Dolls.
Tir T Heads, Doll Bodies, Doll
UKJLjLj VIgs, Doll's Anns. Doll's
Shoes, Doll's Stockings, Doll's Hats, Doll's
Parasols, Doll's Jowolry, Doll's Fans, Doll's
Cradles, Doll's Bedsteads, Doll's Trous
seaux, Doll's Carriages. Doll's Tea Bets,
Wash Bets and sets of lots of necessary
thiinrs to complete the happiness of a
doll's mamma's life.
IvUl liberal provision is made in all the
Rubber Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Eto.
OUTDOOH GAMKS, INDOOR 4AMK9
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Etc, Etc., Etc.
V. Tluhi vv
Special attention is culled to our New
Christmas Goods i
SILK DRESS GOODS !
Ladlei' and Qenta' Handkerchiefs
(With American or Hnwailan Flags)
Shawl", Sashes, Table Govern,
Net ktles, Shirts, Ktc., Kto.
COTTON CR4PE OF DIFFERENT GRADES
Shirts, Pajamas, Suits,
jvimouo riuterns, istr., r.w.
Fancy Porcelain Tea Sets,
Cups und Saucers, I'lates,
Flower Vases, Ktc, Ktc.
ChristmaB Cards, Fancy Envelopes,
Albums, Fans, Paper ljinu.rnf,
Table Crumb Pans, Etc., Ktc.
Importer of Japanese Q-oods.
L'Otl Fort St., near Custom House.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGED HOODS KEPT ON Hiiil)
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL TELEPHONE 525. - W MUTUAL TELEPHONE 046.
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,
Rug-s and Carpets Selling at Cost !
ML. S. LEVY
P. O. Hox 3WI.
,. B o o x: 8 ...
That aro a jo to behold,
Kvenbodv und all uiihh provided
lor 111 HAM Cl.AI'r,' HrMi'lUA 111 Kits.
MHfi .. M. MBI.1.18 HABKKBUMED
DrettsmuMiiK anil will be pleubed to
see her natrons at bur former establish
ment, 5H Fort street, Honolulu.
BOMETHINQ NEW '
IK YOU AKK UOJNO TO HI 1.0. HA-
JL wail, do not iornet to call In at tint
-Ill KING STREET.
.Xu.at Opened !
Of Dlllerent Varlftlm and Latent Pattern".
BHIKTd, BILK HANDKKKOHIKFfl,
AT THE FAMOUS STOKE OF
IB. :f BHLERS &c CO.
SOB ti 511 FORT STR.H3B3T.
Canton "WelsIi FeiTorios !
A liaudHoine Cotton Kabrlu; New Btyleu thin season; the elleetS ant ftio-slinlles of China
bilks; to nee them uifniis to anpreclate them.
811k tlniuh Just ont; real Frem h deBignu am tho tlueut nnd the orate of the ueatiou.
Oaahmere Sublimes SO Cents Yard. I
One of the handsomest Wash Mateilala tlila eanon entirely new nnd
t for the price ban no eimal.
"Wliite Lawns and Dimity I
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"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
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