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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
' Time Table .
FROM AND AFTRR JUNK 1. 1803.
To Kwa M lu
ll. 13. A. .
A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M.
.8:46 l:4b 4i35 6:10
.0:30 2:30 5:10 6:00
,.9:57 2:57 5:31 0:22
Leave Honolulu ...
Leave Pearl City...
Arrive Kwn Mill...,
0. B. B. A.
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
U-avc-Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43 3:43 6:42
Leave Pear) Olty 0:65 11:15 4:15 0:10
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:66 4:55 0:46
A. Baturdnys only.
C. Sundays excepted.
). Saturdays excepted.
TldoB, Sun and Moon.
1IY c. J. LYONS.
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BS H)& S5 H
a.m. D.ni. D.lii. 'a. m
20 1 7 0 40, i 30. 7 0
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J,2.ii a so' :i o' 8 so io 20
'w! 4 30, I 10 1) 20 11 (
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B 17' S 17
143 6 .' 6 10 10 40 0 20
'SO' OHO1 HHMldol 1 40
0 18 & 17
0 18 5 17
Full moon on the iUl ut 8h, .I7ui. u. in.
Time Whistle blows ut 111. 28in. 34s. 11.111. of
Honolulu time, which Is the name as 12h. Um.
us. nf Greenwich time.
1'nr every 10O0 feet of distance of the obsei
ver (from the Custom ilmiso) allow one sec
ond for transmission of sound, or A socoikIh
to a Htutute mile.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, NOV. 25, 1893.
Btmr O K Bishop from Kauai
Saturiiay, Nov. 25.
Brit bk Duke of Argyll, Golightley, 55 days
from Newcastle, S 8 W
Am bktue Wrestler, BerguiHim, 03 day
from New castle, N S V
Btmr Iwalaut from Kauai
Stnir Hawaii from Kukuihaele
Bchr Haleukala from Fuuloa
Btmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Btmr C It Bishop for Makawcll at 3 p m
Vessels Leaving- To-morrow.
Am yacht Tolna for Hilo
Vessel Leaving Monday.
Stmr Kaala for Waianae, Waiulaa, Moku
leia, Lale, Kahuku and Puualuu ut 0
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Iwulani 4780 bags of sugar.
Btmr Hawaii 1000 bags sugar, 100 head of
Bchr Haleakalo 500 bags salt.
For Waiuiunulo, per stmr J A Cummins,
flu? zo mi unaiuiers, wiie una z cnnuren.
For the 'Colonies, per 11 M 8 S Monowal,
Nov 21 J B Broomhead, H H Btover, Alias
Holland, 4 steerage and 130 passengers in
For Sydney, per C A S S Wurrimoo, Nov
2-1 Steerage: Rev W H Daniels, Mrs Aus
tin, flltss Mills and 17 others und "0 saloon
and 43 steerage passengers in transit.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Nov 24 Volcano: Fruncis Hopp- For
Hilo and way ports: James Benton, Rev J
Okabe, Rev Ota, Rev Kendo, Rev and Mrs
Abud, J Qoudie, H Hull, Mr Helieruian. Q
Deacon, H Deacon, Akonn,-L Aseu, Mrs
Phelps, Mrs McRae and sister and about
Tho Robert Lewer.s received 4780 bags of
sugur from the steamer Iwulnni this morn
ing. The barkentine Irmgard is undergoing
general cleaning at tho Old Custom House
The steamer C. R. Bishop sailed at ,'i
o'clock this afternoon with u load of coat
The bark Mauna Ala sailed from Ban
Francisco for this port on Nov. loth with a
cargo of feed stun"; also 20 unties, 10 horses,
iu uogs, etc.
The steamer Hawuii brought this morn
ing 4000 cags of sugar from Paauhau and
10u head cattle from Kawaihae Captain
Cameron reports moderate winds and
smooth sea in the channel.
The American barkentine Wrestler, Cupt
Alev Bergmanu, arrived this forenoon, M
days from Newcastle, N. B. W., bringing a
cargo of 781 tons of coal for Win. G. Irwin
A Co. When three duys out from New
castle, Capt. Bergmunn mot with an acci
dent, having been knocked down by the
spanker, and sustained severe bruises. He
was laid up for three or four weeks, In con
sequence of which the vessel stopped at
Norfolk Island for a doctor, staying there
about lOdays. The Wrestler left New custlo
about 0 days ahead of the Duke of Argyll,
the prolonged stay at Norfolk Island caus
ing delay lu her arrival.
The British bark Dnko of Argyll. I'apt.
Geo. Gollghtley, arrived oil' tho harbor nt (I
o'clock last evening und was towed into
port this morning, 55 days from Newcastle,
N. B. W , with 1800 tons of coal for Win
G.Irwin A Co. The Duke of Argyll left
Newcastle on Oct 1st, passed the Three
Klims at the north end 01 Now Zealand, on
the 12th; cross tho meridian on the 19th;
sighted iEspeiuuce rock the same day;
on the 33rd day out sighted Mauplte Isl
and; on tho 43rd day crossed the eijuator;
and sighted Hawaii mi the 51st duy out.
Experienced nothing but easterly and
northeasterly winds throughout the pas
GAhBRAITH-ln this ehy. Nov. 21, 1WH,
to the wife of J. Galbralth, a daughter.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Wheu troubled with pain in the
stomach, bilious colia or diarrhoea
give this modioiuo a trial mid you
will be more than pleased with tho
result. It is ploasaut, safe und re
liable. 25 und M) oont bottles for
flulo by all doalors. Bouuou, Smith
& Co., Agouls for tho Hawaiian
f. B S
J.OOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Amateur bnsobnll at 8 o'clock this
Tho Planters' Monthly for Novem
ber is publislioil.
Go to tho miuBtrul show to-night
and enjoy n good laugh.
Tho inorry-go-round will bo in
full blast this ovoniug.
oloudy, wind fresh oaBt.'
Minstrol show to-night. Roll up
and give tho boys a good house.
The P. G. string orchestra will
hold out at Emma Squaro this after
Tho Japanese cruiser Nauiwa loft
Yokohama on tho lOlh iust. for
A native named Haluhi was fined
$5 by Judge Robertson this morn
ing for assaulting a wahine.
Tho Puuahous and Honolulus
play a practice game of football on
tho college grounds this afternoon.
Mr. H. F. Glade, Consul for Ger
many, visited 11. 13. At. s. (Juampion
yesterday, and was saluted on leav
Tho bluejackets on H. B. M. S.
Champion will attend the 9:.'i()
o'clock service at St. Andrew's Ca
thedral to-morrow morning.
The last of tho Bories of fort
nightly receptions on the U. S. Uag
ship Philadelphia will take place
from 3 to 6 o'clock this afternoon.
The eight Chinamen arrested the
other day for gaming wore dis
charged this morning, there being
lack of evidence of money changing
A Chinaman named Ah Sing was
roped in by a detective this morn
ing. The Chinamau had a fowl in
a bag, which the officer thought was
Mr. Jno. Wise, of the Pacific foot
ball team, sprained his left leg while
practicing the other day. He ex
pects, however, to be able to play in
the coming match on Thursday
The doors of the Opera House
will be opened at 8 o'clock this even
ing, for the minstrel show, instead
of 7:30 o'clock as previously adver
tised. The curtain rises at 8:30
W. G. Smith, editor of the Star,
waived examination in the District
Court this morning to the four addi
tional charges of libel against him,
and was committed for trial to the
There is no doubt that tho Opera
House will be crowded with a
fashionable audience this evening.
Reserved seats have been selling like
hot cakes, and there is sure to be a
bumper house. Curtain rises at 8:30
Kauhimahu, charged with larceny
in the third degree by aupropiiatiiiR
three pairs of shoes valued at $10
from the store of D. B. Smith on
Nov. 20, pleaded guilty in the Dis
trict Court this morning, and sent
ence was suspended until moved 011.
The Post Office despatched by the
S. S. Mouowai yesterday for the
Colonies 165) letters and papers,
and by the S. S. Warrimoo 3(5-1 let
ters and 118 papers. Among the
mail by the latter steamer were three
letters for Fiji, whore she will
touch on the trip.
Mr. D. Howard Hitchcock return
ed on tho S. S. Mouowai yesterday.
Mr. Hitchcock left here several years
ago for Europe to study as an artist.
He has just finished a course in
Paris. Howard looks the same as
ever, hardly any change being
noticeable in his features.
A P. G. council-of-war was held
to-day in the middle of Merchant
street in front of the Advertiser of
fice. It consisted of Messrs. S. B.
Dole, Jim Carty, G. W. Smith, of
Benson, Smith & Co., and Master
Paris of the Advertiser office. Row
Sereuo Bishop was not far off.
The building erected at the Mid
winter Fair grounds, San Francisco,
for the purpose of containing Thurs
ton's dime show, was blown to
smithereens by a gale of wind on
17th iust. The Holomua's picture
of the show mau must have been
takeu with a Kodak shortly after
the above event took place.
Sailors Could Not bo Engaged Among
The seven stowaways who came on
the C. A, S. S. Warrimoo were big
strapping men, and had to continue
their voyage to the Colonies. Dur
ing the steamer's stay in port Chiof
Officer Tyrrell of tho pleasure yacht
Tolua went on board with Count
Festotics for the purpose of nego
tiating for tho employing of some of
them to go as sailorp on the yacht.
Tyrrell was introduced to the men
by the chief officer in the hold of
the steamer. The mou wore asked
what their trades were. A majority
answered that they wore minors, and
wore on their way to the mining
camps in tho Colonies. One, how
ever, was willing to go as a sailor on
tho yacht, adding that he would not
be too hard on the owners as to
salary. When asked how much ho
wanted, the man answered Jsu a
month and found. He was offered
.$25 a mouth. Tho mail iluully left
it tp the chiof officer to decide what
he would accept. The officer
Cromplly ordered him locked up
"ThH Boat in the World,"
This is wlntt W. I). Wnoilrinn, of
lloi illy, Ky., hii.vi- of ('ImmhitiluiuV
Oiiuuli Komiily, He spoke fioiu pel
sointl experience in Iho um of it, linn
self unit family having jiifi lucn
cur hi I nf hiul cougln- ami cold by it,
unit considers it tho best in tho world.
For sale by all dealers. lioiisnii,
Smith A (Jo,, Aguutd for tho Hawaiian
O, A. Drown
His Suit for
The Hawaiian and mixed jury
civil casos will bo called on Monday
next at U a. m. for the purpose of
so.tting times for trial.
All tho foroigu jurors are required
to at lend tho Circuit Court at 9:30
o'clock on Monday.
A divorce was granted to-day in
tho suit of Miriam P. McKcaguo vs.
David McKeague, on tho ground of
G. W. Kualnlcu Bocured a divorce
from his wifo Hi hi Id Kualaku, 011
the tr round of her being an incura
ble leper. Tho woman is an inmate
of tho Leper Settlement.
Laa vs. Kaaimi, divorce. Granted
on tho grouud of dosortion.
A decision has been Mod in the
Supremo Court in the case of Charles
A. Brown vs. Tho Provisional Gov
ernment. The syllabus is as follows:
"Whore a salary has boon paid to an
officer k facto, acting under a color
of title, the officor de jure cannot re
cover from the Government tho
salary of tho office while ho was out
of tho same. Tho Govern mont is
protected from paying it a soc ond
time, the title to tho offico uot hav
ing boon determined by a competent
The decision concludes as follows:
"lu viow of tho cases above cited and
the large mass of authority support
ing thorn, and for the reasons here
inboforo given, wo feel no hesitation
in adopting tho rule laid down in
the New York cases, that tho officor
df jure cannot recover from tho au
thorities the salary of tho office
when it has been paid to the officer
d fui'to while he was in possession
of tho same under color of title ami
performing tho duties of said offico.
"On the point as to whether C. A.
Brown was legally removed from
office. This question was not re
served by the Court, and wo do not
consider that it is necessary to pass
upon it, having found as we have
above on the question of the liability
of tho defendant to pay tho salary a
second time, for we have hold that
even if the plaintiff was tho officor
de jure and eutitled to the office but
out of possession, under tho circum
stances of the case, he could not re
cover from the dofendaut. Judg
ment may be entered for dofoudaut."
The suit began on Oct. 17, 1892,
over the removal of C. A. Brown,
the then tax assessor and collector,
by E. C. Macfarlauo, Minister of
Finance. Mr. Brown fought his re
moval, as being illegal. Neverthe
less C. N. Spoucer took possession
of the office on Oct. 31, 1892, and
served until Feb. 28, 1893, when he
died. Mr. Browu brought a suit for
$998.2., the amount of the salary
during Mr. Spencer's incumbency.
Mr. Brown wanted interest also. F.
M. Hatch for plaintiff; Attorney
General W. O. Smith for dofendaut.
The C. A. S. S. Warrimoo loft the
Paciflc Mail dock at 6:lo o'clock yes
terday evening for the Colonies, the
P. G. band playing her off. The S.
S. Mouowai sailed at 9 o'clock, also
for tho Colonies.
Business dead ? Not much !
Leastwise it is not mi wkh tho
California Feed Company. We
have made a businosH for our
selves, which has steadily grown
through all the hard times other
people are complain ing about.
We have just secured from Mr.
J. F. Colburu his old stand, cor
ner Queen und Nnuanti streets,
and taken possession of those
large and convenient premises.
We had to do so, hocause our
old place at Leleo is too small
for our fast -increasing business.
In a lew days the hark "Mauna
Ala" will be here again with her
fourth full cargo of Hay and
Grain, bought by our Mr. .J. N.
Wright who will arrive on that
vossol. Wo prefer to select our
mcrcliandiso ourselves rathor
than have others do it, which
means that we get hotter goods
at a less price.
We thank our many friends
for their liberal patronage for
the past three years, and hope
by strict attention to u business
we thoroughly understand to
merit the patronage of as many
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Per S. S. Monowai.
Frozen : Turkeys
Heavy, Flesh) ami Firm, iust received
from tlui Coa?d. Also
(From Camariiioi' Ranch). Fattened
on grulu and fresh meat; any desired
weight, alive or killed and dressed.
UAL. FRUIT "MAKKET.
sin Mutiiul Telephone 1178. I111
BETWEEN WAIKiKJ, THE PARK,
h..NrMUCI, DIAMOND HEAD
l;m p. m.
I.KWK CUH. IOIII
AMI KIM! HT.
IWl'iirw t'i Rlllo lliilige 3 cents, Will
klkl, 10 cents; buns Bond and Diamond
Head, 1.1 cents; round trip, 'JA cents;
children under 1'.' years, hulf price,
V. SMITH, Proprietor.
Dyspepsia and Indigestion
lira. A. rtuln
Tlis combination of excellent stomach
tonics in Hood's Sarsaparlll.i Is such that,
with proper attention to diet, Indigestion
and even the worst rasci of dyspepsia are
cured by tills mcdlcliiA. Head this:
"Hating for evrr.il years boen creatly
troubled with Indigestion, and haying seen
Hood's Earsapnrllla advertised, I concluded to
Clve It a trial. To my happiness and (treat satis
faction 1 found It to be the lr remedy tor this
complaint." Mns. N. Fiske, 425 Qcary Street,
San Vranclsco, C.'aL
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and
tmclently, on the Ilrer and bowels. 25c
HOBRON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
-PRESENTS THIS j
An unusual attractive varietv of NEW
HOODS to meet the taste and wants of
our Island community. Apart
from a lino stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
- IB THE NEW SEASON'H -
lie seen to be appreciated.
Also a line of
Japanese Paper Crepe Books
Of Jingles and Fairy Tales.
a hewiltlerinii sun
nlv nf the
customary cood eiiods for ail
peorjle Is a stock of
That are us useful as they are novel and j
attractive, mid of all kinds and sizes. 1
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries ;
Z&M- BANT CLAIIH' HKADQUYltrKRH lias,
always been noted for its supply of Dolls 1
anu an ine etceteras 01 iioikioiii, ami tins
beacon leadH them all.
Nankin Doll-, Rag Dolls, Rubber Dolls
China Dolls, Dolls with Fine French Bis
que Heads, Dolls with xocullcd Uubieak
able Heads, China Heads.
T,"r T C with Real Human Hair,
LULJLlJ Dolls with Natural look
ing Huir, some with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hair, and wmie with No Hair at all.
Sloeping Soils, "W akoful Dolls, Smil
ing Dolls, Crying Dolls.
in Full Dress, Half Dress
and Undress and ranging
from about three inches to nearly three
feet in size, and from ten cents to several
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Boy Dolls, Baby Dolls
French Dolls, English Dolls,
(jeriuan Dolls, American Dolls,
K-iiiiimaux Dolls, Indian Dolls,
.Mulatto nous, iiarKey jioiis.
Cradles, Doll's Bedsteads, Doll's Trous
seaux, Doll's Carriage-, Doll's Tea Seta,
Wash Sets and sets of lots of necessary
things to complete the happluoss of u
doll's mamma's life.
Equal libeial provision made in all the
Rubber Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Bora Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Etc.
OUTDOOR GAMES, INDOOR (IAMEH
That are a joy to behold,
Evervbod and all aces nrovliled
for at Santa Ciai's' Hicaikiuaktiuu.
fRH. A. M. M ELLIS HAfi HB91JMBD
iYL Dressmaking and will he pleased to
see her natrons
at her former itslabllNli
mont, filA Fort street, Honolulu
SOMETHING NEW !
TF YOU A
ARE GOING TO HILO, HA
JL Mall, do not forget to cull lu at the
ALL PERSONS HAVING I LA I. MS
against Eiimimi. llAnr will please
present the same to I bo undersigned ut tils
otlleo. Merchant Street.
Hunolulu, Nov. 4, IslU, o7.MI
. MA'S. J IrStW
TVVT r Heads, Doll Bodies,
XJyJLuli Wigs, Doll'h Arms,
Bhocs, Doll's Stocking-, Doll's Huts,
Purusols. Doll's Jewelrv. Doll's Fans.
f HY LUCOL
IS THE BEST
solid inside of twenty
1 Forms a durable
and elastic!, uot ft brit-
I Retains Its gloss longer than any other
1 Resists the notion of acids and alkalies
better than any other oil.
I Flows freely from the bruch w Itliout run
1 nliig nnd spreads well.
I With the addition of Litharge, ylcldB a
hard surface, u!tn1ilu for floors, steps, etc
Mlxus readily with pigments ground in
I oil in paste form,
' Brings out the real sliados of the colors
mm Keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
working of the vnrnis
Does not darken white lend or nnv
Has greater body than nny other oil.
Requires one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can be added to linsoed oil and it will
greatly improve the linseed.
1 Can be tliluued with turpentine.
I By actual tests, tins, outlasted the best
1 Hn-ced oil.
s the best paint oil over man-
Direction for Use.
Ute Li;coi. in every respect in the
blunt' m mi ae 1 us you would linseed
oil, with the single exception that you
miiy add fully oiio-quurtei more Lv
coi. to tho same quantity of pigment
than you would of liiineed.
In using mi'tuUii'. Venetian red, the
ochres, und other dry pigments, it is
advisable to mix up tho paint at least
one day before it is to he used, then
uld a. third more Lucoi, and the paint
will lie found to cover well and have
a good gloss.
NKV15K USE JAPANS.
Where hind surfaces such as floors,
steps, etc., nre required use litharge
only, never use Japans.
LUCOL MIXES WITH
. and assist their working nnd ini
. prr0s their appearance nor tiiky
j KHOUI.I) UK USED KA.MK DAY l'HF.Y AUK
MiXF.i), otherwise tiie gum 01 the var
nish may he precipitated or the mix
The addition of from to of Lu
' col to varnishes does uot reduce their
I lu-tre nor retard their hardening and
drying und it prevents their crucking.
'Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
c V -.
Special attention is culled to our New
SILK DRESS GOODS !
Ladioi1 and Gents' Handkerchiefs
(With American or Hawaiian Flags)
Hhuwlu, Sashts, Table Covers,
Neckties, Shirts, Etc., Etc.
COTTON CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADES
Shirts, I'ajauias. Suits,
Kimono l'atterns, Etc., Eto.
Fancy Porcelain Tea Sets,
Cups and Saucers, Plates,
Flower Vao.s, Etc., Etc.
Christmas Cards, Fancy Envelopes,
Albums, Fans, Paper lanterns,
Table Crumb Pans, Etc., Eto.
Importer of Japanese Goods.
Oii Fort St., near Custom House.
l (). Box :ini.
111 KING STREET.
Just Opened !
Of Dillorcnt Varieties mid Latent Patterns.
HHIRTS, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS,
PORCELAIN TEA BETS,
Clirislu Goods anil Curios
411 -:- King-:- Street
-v . r - ,w-..-w - x
LATEST NEW YORK NOVELTIES
NOW OPEN AT
N. S. SACHS'
BBO Port Street, Honolulu.
Laces and Embroideries !
The Largest. Assortment and the Finest ever Imported In the Islnnds.
VINE Bb.VOK M.I,-OVER Tj.VCKS In Plain, Dotted ami Striked with I.nces to match.
KbKQANT BLACK 8II.K I.AOE FI.OL'NCKH with l.dgehig to match.
POINT D'tSPRIT NET In Jllack mid Delicate Shades.
AS KNDI.RSS VARIETY m'-
Black Laces, White, Cream and Ecru Laces
In Silk and Cotton, Including the Two Tone, and ltlacknnd White I'uiohiuutioii.
EMBROIDERED NET FLOUNCES in White and Delicate Shade.
SW1BS EMBROIDERED FLOUNCES at 11 Big Bargain.
SWIHS EMBROIDERIES In All Width- und New
LATEST SILK PASSAMENTERIES in Black and Colors.
JET PA88AMENTKRIES TRIMMINGS in New Patterns.
SILK und JET PABSAMEXTEItlES in Sets -in Black and Colored.
ALSO A COMPLF1'E NEW LINE OF
Silk Ribbans, Satin Ribbons and Fancy Ribbons, Etc.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery ! Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN KXTENBtVK ABSORTMKNT OK
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO 8KCOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL TELEPHONE 625. -1 ? MUTUAL TELEPHONE IMS.
Just Received per "Australia"
A LARUE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' & Children's Shoes.
BLACK LADIES' & CHILDREN'S HOSE.
FLANELETTES, TABLE LIXENT,
SILK & OKAPE SCAKFS,
Rugs and Carpets Selling" at Cost !
isL. s. i.:e."V" y
75 H'CDRt' STREET 75
AT THE FAMOUS STORK OF
IB. IF. BHLBRS &c CO.
SOS 8e S 1 X I"OR,T ST:RH1HJT
OairtoinL Wash IPelHth r- ?
A handsome Cotton Fabric, Now Styles
d"i ut orn umiu iiw.iiis io appreciate tneiii.
IMLAJFtTJ SATEENS !
Silk tlulsh just out, real French designs aie the finest and the orae ol the sea.ou.
OeLSliriaere Sublimes SO Oents Yard I
One of the hundsimicsl Wash Materials this season entirely new and
for the price has no equal,
"Wliite Lawns and Dimity I
In Plain, Striped and Checked In great variety.
XW Dressmaking Dnder the Management ol MRS. RENNER. Jki
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
MT- Fire risks on all kinds of Insurance Property taken nt Curreul Risks h)
Etc, Etc, Etc.
this season; the ell'ects arv fac-sluules of Ch
Intuit for tin UWHau ltUudi.