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EVnNINO UUMXTtN. HONOLTJUJ, T. II . MONDAY. NOV. 10, 1900.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
Muo Piiko S, NBW TO-DAY, for Nsbw Ada.
is .a CDnDTS .4 ft
A hou.e oi IHe or ki looms, situated
i-ltlur In Malum or Wuiklkl. must
be In good repair Addieis 1' S
liilllelln Ollln- 35.111 If
A first ( 1mh booiikt r per w 111 ai e; t the
keeping of a set of hooks during
' iilnji hours Aildre-SB A i:."lltil
lltlll (Wire 3-j2S tf
Thuiough tellable sober, good char
uclei ililliery waguu drl)ur Ad
dies h ' uiiiiftin 3531 tf
Tn llrLt i lues carpenters uro wanted
liy Din n I Coiiflriit lion Co, Kuliuit
IM 351; tr
Colluge- to lit on lleretnnlu St Tlnco
bedrooms ami all inoilern eoiivenl
iniiH Just newly painted Inside
nnd out Kent (heap Apply at fif
th" or Knplolanl IMatc 3510 If
Nledy furnlKlicd housclne-plug rooms
In Ik ail of tlty New furniture.
Im hiding I'lano (!.i Ktiiiii Iniulru
Alaiillfui Inn rs Shoe Co 3338 If
riirulnlit'd rooms Rented to stilt tin;
tluies. Helen's Court, Adams l.auu,
Cottares In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong ICwal, Smith St., muuka Hotel.
2 furnished front rooiiM at 1223 Km
uiu St.; rent reasonable , 3401-tt
Newly furntshed niOHqulto proof rooms,
at K4 Vlnpard St 2728-t!
The Wtekly Coition ot tue Kveniu
Miillrtlu giver a complete summary of
tho news of tbn ill.. For SI V'-
Mrs. Hodgson- .Teacher of I'lnno and
Singing Mtiny ) ears' experience,
l'-ia) and pleasant method. Hapld
mid thorough prognss l.esitoua
gliu at iiupll'8 own lesldenco or at
.Studio .'13 lne)urd St (near l.'m
inn St )
Mr. Ja. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
All orders should bo left ut the Ha.
wultan Nen-s Co., Young bldg. Phone
2UI or Cottage No. 1. Haulelea Lawn.
For house-help, phone Wnite 2891, Ma
il kl. Oeneral Employment Office,
-or Pensacola and Ueretanla.
jjsy Fine Job Printing at the Bul
.-".' rj-r.; ;-rr."-n.sv-rr
I Time To Think
about the adding. Your time
and that of your high priced
clerks Is worth money. Why
not begin to economize on
tlmo by using a Burrough's
ORDER NOW FOR THANKSGIVING
CORN FED TURKEYS.
Tel. Main 109
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty,
563 6. BERETANIA 8T.
TELEPHONE BLUE 81.
-RPSH FLOWER AND VEQETACLE
8EEDS FOR SALE.
Mrs. E, M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN "'n
TEL MAIN 473.
('or Japanese cooks, willtrs, svoipen
for homework anil help for da work,
uiilln on short notice
JAJiA.NI!aK NEW HOTHU UMIOM,
NUUANU tSTIICMT HAH 'AMA.JMMr MIM-Kmi AOR,
Sterling tilxer aouvoiilr spoons Ono
of the Illicit HnrH over shown
Prill's 1 o iron ihle Diet?, the Jewel
er I oil Mi 3110 tf
A liull tenler imp three- mouths old,
ihcap AiIiIiiks "S, O.," Ilullctlii
OHlie 3"39 tf
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,1 ,,i,m m,WP:1 "'" 1,,9( ,f,"r,m ,,f ,,,p ll,y
water, fruit and ornamental treeil"'"1 wmn "' Kul ll lltll ,nore tunm
and all Improvement!. Two mtn-. work ""'V nre "'" lolca Imri' c(,m
utea' walk from can and Punahou u,,latlm l" 1,,'nu Tl"'' ,mu" ,llc" fnRt
College. Address K. P.. tbli ofnes I "u' " AnderKon, Keniamles and Woo,
- Anderson and .McGlll, Hit' old stand 1i)b
Squabs In any
I HOOM AINO BOARD
Duslrulilo nilte or single room, with
board, at .Mrs Mncilnnald's, Wui
me old established Popular Home";
4." furnished loom lti.nl $30, per
montli with IT fitn leaso to run.
Call lit 12111 Km I m mil 3313-lw
No branih I Carlo I'awn Co, l'ott
St. opp ('jtliollc MlHHloti. 3SU3-tf
Mousi loliutil dog with while nose
and breast Owner may obtain
same at in"0 Punchbowl St.
JCWCLCR .1029 MAUNAKCA 8T. J WPi,t on tliu flvlil wllli tliLlr UHiiat uplr-
Chlnese Cold and Stonet uniquely " "'"' determination to win. 'Ihey
I pla)ed u hard, fast game and their lom
thaptd and set. j i.mntltins were lliu best of thu day
srr"M":!g"" i The real surprise, was sprung by Van
Umbrellas recovered and brass pol
,&. Takutu. 1284 Kort St.
Bee Hastings for rspalra of Locks,
Keys, Music boxei, Snarpenus of
Fine Cutlery. Hear Union OrllL
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Rliop. 1111 Fo:t BL
Clothes dyed, cleaned and pressed, A
MatHiioka, Kukui St. betw. lltver and
-i aw a mm
PROFESSIONAL fl ARB8
A. J. DERBY, D, D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDINO. THIRD FLOOR. I
PHYSICIAN AND 8URGEON.
DR. T. MITAMURA. OFFICE 1412
NUUANU ST.; CORNER VINE
YARD; TEL. WHITE 151.
The Premo Camera presents
advantagesthat no other ca
mera posseTset, That's why
the PREMO Is superseding all
other cameras in popularity.
The use of the film pack,
which Is more convenient and
quicker to operate than the
roll; the option of using
plates, and the advantage of
being able to focus on the
ground glass for each picture,
whether you use plates or
films, are only a few of the
strong points that go to make
the PREMO CAMERA desir
able. Complete new stock 190G
models just in.
manufactured fiom purs dlillllid wi
ter. Delivered to any pari of city by
OAHU ICI; AM) fil.ECriilC CO,,
Kfwala Tliplins fllua 3181
The Sucker season opened Saturday
mid Hie "(tool Moti" Is mm happy,
lliori' mih n falr-slrcd crowd on linnd
to see the opening Karnes of the stn
mil ami while tlm play nan not of I lie
best t III tilt- loam arc iu in pose J of
strong pla)ers and tin' name will lin
proie as tliu plitcra practice.
Silurday's gamui tl'Miinnstralcd t lint
Until tin Mnllis and the Diamond
i IIfiiiIii have strong teams. The lutur
of tin- Millies, did good work mid ilein-
oust rated (lint tlioy arc not it In tlio
' "luis-beon" class.
It una a wry nn.tr) d.iy nnd fust,
fttitijijiy work could not lie cxpnted ol
the. teuniB, but they did Indulge In doiihi
JIAII.KH Ml Y M C A
The Mallei, iih was expei'tnl, put It
all over the Y M. C. A.'a, hut idiuuld
lime piled up u larger sen re. The .
M. C A 'h played a stubborn defeimhe
gamn but when It lutuu to running tho
ball down to tin Ir opponents' goal they
were lacking. Their combinations
KPfIHIf1 111 III. Iinrir lli-ni-dni.ir.. M nr.
'nr and Super were thu slurs of tho
i Christian team mid they )laed good
During the first half neither learn
was able to store hut In the kecoud
(Irny scored two goals for the Alalles
and Kellett one. (iray was ery accur
ate In his shots The Mullen lost many
good chances to score hy their luabll
II) to locale the goal
DIAMONDS H SUI.DinitS
The Diamond Head Athletic dun
. Vllet and his hum h of blue loats Peo
plu who thought that the soldiers were
going to be easy icitulnly made a mis
take. The Infantry team went right
i i.iii iu mil uiu tin nu t-Aiiiiii inv if.
II bo)s with their experlenc-e, had the
Lest of the argument. Shortly alter
plu) commented the soldier had :i
ehiiucu to storu on n fite klik A 1)
II. i!u)er had "hands." Chilton blocked
the I.hk Hwlug. one of thu foruardH
ol L'ncle Sam's learn, Just luhxed scor
ing In Hut Hist half
reiiiiiiulex nnd Woo i.ich sent the
spheie- under the bar for a scoio In thu
(loal Keeper Thompson of tho Infan
try team was kept busy In tno e(omi
half mid sated Ills team many times.
A. Williams did some good shooting
and had It not been for Thompson'!!
work he would huvo scored, (leo. lie-
shu Buuccded In kicking u goal.
I 'lilt- only iinpleabunl Kuture of tho
, game was the ruling off the Held of K,
IVrnuinlez, tho D. II phi) or.
The line-up of thu teams was us fol
ii't-mri, iiuiini luinilltoi, Jllllll-H ill,
dray, Cutlerall, !'. Ilalley, l:d. Kea;
lexincH, HarrUou, II, ulllley, J. Kea
t M, C. A. CIojI, llcai'dniore;
hacks, Turner, Mncuulay; hulf-backs,
Dixon, X.leglei, Super; fur Hards. Wu-
terhoufce, Ohs, Chin Ion, Hobbins,
lufautiy (loal, Thompson; backs,
Swift, Van Horfeu; hulf-biuks. Kim
ball, Kolli, Illshoji, forwards, Uiuills,
Smllh, Moon, Van Vllet, i:lng.
Diamond Heads Goal, Chilton;
backs, (Trune, ll. Clark; half-backs, J.
Clarke, IM. Desha, J. Anderson; for
wards, reriiundez, Woo, Uurden, Geo.
Desha. A Williams; itwrves, M. An
derson, II Sheldon, S, Chllllngwortli.
Yesterday out at Kuploluui Pari, tho
loth Infantry and thu U A. U. teams
met In u close mid haul-fought game.
Tho l.usltunas won out In tho ninth
Inning by making two runs, when the
score stood 2-1 In fuior of the soldiers.
rentier nnd Kreltus both pitched good
ball mid kepi hits well scatteied
llnylo. Smith and 1'ennei- till did
rood Mlik work The formei pl.i)er
pokul oul a homo inn.
'I Im soldleis Iuimi u good li-im mid
wuut more games They would like In
hook up with thu Hauliers and TwN
'Ihe sunn by Innings was:
1 2 3 4 5 U 7 8 II
Infuulr) . ,u i) 0 it u 0 1 1 u 2
l.usltunas . I u II ll ll ll U ll 23
Serge int Hi i linen of thu Marine
Corps umpired the game
Tl.i- linn up
l.usllill'is M Joseph, r 1'ioll.is, 8
Jlmtutiil, Jim. Soiiu, M. 1'iellas, Kv.
ers, (lio Mulelios, Henry Prellus
Tinlli liifuntiy llluglaiid, c i IVu
rer p III own. lb; Van Vllet, 2h :
C.I icy 3b, l.euiou hs ; Doyle, d,
Horn rf lluiiiia, If , lesenes Hu
I! tl It
Un i ll'l oil moleskin liuioei renin '
sillllllg I lie Honolulu Hull Hi Tumi wt'lll
mil in ihe Kiim uiliiiii M.liuidii) n nil
II mod p Hill Ivlllll MlUtMII ll) I III!
, !' uf U A lumll ilunll mid mlily
' ' ' i m ' r -("'i'- i- ..-.-. p
were responsible for tho score.
During both lmhes of tho game the
II S. team had Ilia best of tho argu
ment and kept the pigskin In the Kama
territory most of the time mid although
thfy wero the lighter team, they bowled
oer he Kniun In great shape. Only
hefoie tho whistle blew nl the end ot
tho second half did the Kains come
nu) where near Bciirlng.
During thu first hnlf tho High School
worked tliu mnl to tho Kams' 23-yard
line nnd ll was kepi In thai territory
nearly thu whole half. During this
period thu play was fast mid furious
but tho stubborn defense of the Kams
kept the Illaek and Gold backs from
crossing the lino. McKcnzto and White
both played n good defensive game for
the Kams nnd saed a big score by
their neat tackling. Chllllngworth,
While nnd Hlca nil made good gains
and Quarterback King run his tcaui In
During the first part of
half the KimiB were forcoil
I down the
Held and made a safety, giving the High
Sehuolg two points to the good. The
fame continued to Im a hard fought
i. ne mid with about five minutes left to
piny the Kams dropped baclt to boot
the oval out of danger; u fumble nc
uirred and the High School bark, with
Ihc ball tucked under IiIm arm, sprlntiu
lor n touchdown and Fullback Chilling,
worth kicked a clean goal, making the
During tho remainder of the game
the Knms put In fre'sh men mid worked
haul to store but they could not cross
that goal line.
The High Sihools hac now defeated
both the Kams mid Oahu College ntiu
it looks ery much as though they are
thu champs of the second division.
There was u large crowd on hand to
see the fun mid only clean playing was
Indulged In. llnth schools had mime
I'Ollowlug was tho way tliu hoy
laced each other:
High School Ah Chlcu, re.; Akniin,
rt.; (lllllland, rg.; White-, rh.; Itlchard
sou, c; Klce, Ih ; Wight, Ig ; Saffery
It.; Sellthl. ,le; CliMllugnorth, fb.;
Kameliamehi Murray, re.; Kulniu
loa, rt ; (loo On, rg.; McKenzle, rh.;
Niikuuna, e-.; I). White', Ih.; Comrades
Ig ; Cumpbelli It ; Kahlkl, It.; I.ono
lb , Akaua, oh
The win choline men and elcrks from
Ihe II nil of T II. Duvles & Co. took u
lull out of tin! gripmen and conductors
of tho Hapld Transit Athletic Club, on
tho Aula Diamond yertcrdny afternoon
Houiin, wlio used to wear a Mnllc
uniform in the big league, was on the
mound fur the carmen for the first
three spasms but the plate looked us
Hiiall to him us a 3c car faro nnd was
iniith harder lo locate. When he din
put them tner. the grocery and bard
wuro men poked out lilts. Dover, Who
look Ilonmi's place, nitched much bet
ter ball mid only allowed one run ot(
Archie Itobertson hud bis hum h 111
line shape and Tn trier P. Iliirus dished
up Hllllllt I liuictt IM1U8,
These two teams have Mime fust
players In their line-up imliidlng mien
' men us llumiiuku, lVin, Plunkett
Moses, llruns nnd llinns.
Thu Davles buys i aught lliu ear buys
off their guard In the very first lulling
.mid stored three runs.
Huns by Innings wero us follows:
rV3-4"cV7 8 9
T. II. II ,....3 2 2 U 0 0 0 1 s
Hapld Tianslls ..0 u ll ll II 0 U 1
Thu llfu-iii) was;
Hiipld Transits K. Ilamaukii, e ; II
Hoiian, p.; II. Koblnson, lb.; II. S
Swlntoii. 2b.; 1.. C. Forbes. 3b.; J
Fern, ss.; A. Plunkett, rf.; W. NpIsoii
rf; I-' llo)er. If Substitutes; K. Wil
son, (I V Coulter, P. Correu, C. V
The-o II. D.UIt-s . Co. Ltd. Moses
c; P. Hums, p.; Archie Itobertson
(Cupt.), Ih.; J. Kla, 2b.; Geo. Uruus.
'Mi.; M. Joseph, ss.; Wilcox, If,; Sum
ner, ef ; Smythu, rf. Substitutes. Ah
Kin, Sllwi, Cii Sue.
xs n it
ltefe-ree Waldrun of thu Sucker
U'ligue may resign.
The llcituers of lllhi buvu Von the
(hampluushlp of Hawaii ut baseball.
Columbia will bu allowed to play one
garni) of football this year under nuw
itihs an lutcr-ilass gamu as mi exper
iment Captain nigeltlugei, eleeted to
had Ihls ) ear's team, visited President
Duller mnl asked pet mission of the
faculty lo pi ly the- annual gamu.be
twpeu thu fifbhmen and sophomores
IN I mission was granted, and tho game
will hu arranged for thu end of thu sea
sou Coluiuhlu under-griidiiates uie
.1lu....ur. I I,. I..1.I. ....i.i. tl.lu .to ..ii,ini,,ii.
.iini,.ai ii, in.n irij nun un niiuin .- .
I ni: mid perhaps Indicating thai Ihe
gllllit mil) bu iii-iiiled III lliteiiulleglutti
tllileH next ) em
II tl If
Out ll lit ITiiiiI: lliuku, of New Hit'
un. Coiiii nun of Mtllinw's new men
lri I'm Cuniieilluil I, eigne luiUmelli
llila ihiii wllh an awrnuti (if of II I U
11 It It I
Al I he Kellifl1 I'dlk sprlllK lllli'llllg'
null) Ihn IIiimiI ,ilieu jiiliililli ol'
U.llll'l HUHlillS y.HK nll ll) llllll'lll
ilddeii i) .VjllllKI, lliu ,IIU)'WI hltltiiy
I fm ' '- a s i , J7!, . -i , -' - .'.r 'i ' ,n.'T.i'.... s. -i i ,,m -T
Z, 5 V fAU H0NJK 10 THE. IS-" - J SOW. IMS ilr I MUSI GET lllLot Vul'UUK
f W VEtUOR 01 IHt tLEClU) t'C'-f """W AT xUCf. I HV. 001 10 Be DONE Toj
&.7 FAN! AH! BUT iWrhlS C, V V !1A1 SUU I'AI&Y' TURN OH IHAl fAM'. lis")
ifT? FINE AND 001! VEll,( - r J.3 .'E11IN5 AHTv 'V
r r (i must an to work' r 2( y? vTeocooi r
M mpr. mm ' M
Hal fif fir tfAkz&ss sH VJ Jfoiamsm
sal 111 rtrf&i UffslrSnh 7 aB ll'l wtflSnmPiO)
1 L. &. MH3ftliJ - - -. - -Lm
( 'I 1 r&ftodP AN TlEC I KICIAN "oTtX C)j7Tp f f All N V MoFN "
(Jtlll fAM. AT ONCE! A!1I PAS COtb'IOrU, if v,(; wol ! MUSTl
iFXTr) rJ?. r IM I'-Vl.TtTHOW 01L
' i v, lrrliM eiiMtrTTMMA Ac "if ' v 1hbTout- iUT
i;-Vl tltClRICIAN WOULD I WW tilsJSm SIPE' M,S1tR ' fiSV IhtlP IT
tf C' COME AND Fl THAT- JkfitL rt 2 WfURE.A HlW- . tSMflL VryJ,'
&s, iah on that mirf jrfmffibL U1. pwj no tm 6-aasW J'.SS
i ' '.Iff, Ul 03e3S"V'"V ', MaSaBafeaVift SIDE IM
k -.L'vS'A' ' ' iri 'N,'Qf.wicHv
. . . ,.,a, .-i- Y
Jake Stahl tells a good Tim Hurst
story. "One day," said thu National's
mannger, "Tim cnlled me out a seeonu
when I was safo by ten feet. It was n
close game, the awful decision was
very costly, and I was bopping mad. 1
rushed in and yelled; 'I wasn't out!
"'Possibly not,' said Tim, urbanely,
without looking up, 'hut )ou'ie mil
now,' and sura enough I was out .oul
at second mid out of the gamn."
II 3 II
Win or lose In his battle with Tommy
Hums ut I.os Angeles on Thanksgiving
Day. It Is an ewn wager Unit Jaik
O'llrleu's next opponent will bu JncK
tUanford llnho.-slly, Nov 3 The
exetulhe lommllteu met hist cu-utiig
mid transacted considerable Important
business, the chief of which was tho up
polnlment of thu Intercolleglftti) Ath
telle Committee for tho ensuing year.
Gruduuto Manager D. I). Sales, '0G, was
nuthorlred to sign a iiintratl wllh
-Dan" Murphy, engaging thu latter lo
(oath thu Stanford oarsmen.
Thu Muklki Uuseball Uague's seiond
games were played yesterday afternoon
at Maklkl. The llrst gamn wus bo-
tween thu Sweet Homes and the Myrt
les. The- Sweet Homes won by the
store of 10 toG.
The score bv Innings follows;
R'"rtles U 0 1 1 1 2 U 1 0 l.
Sweet. Homes ...1 UlUllllll lu
The second game was between thu
Young l.ellebuas and thu Punuhous. In
the eighth inning Ihe store stood 13 to
'J In finor of tho Punuhous. Thu l.ei
llluius cume In In thu lust lulling nntl
stored G runs, thus winning the game
Thu siuro b) Innings was as fol
lows: 1 2 3 I fi U 7 8 'J
.11 2 1 I U 1 3 I li-lb
.0 2 2 4 U 3 U 2 013
Thu standing of the leaius is nuw
Sweet Homei , , ..2
Yound l.ellehuus ,.2
Punahou . ,,2
Next Sunday's giimes:
lion s. M)rlle; 3:30 Young Ia-IIIIiuiis
s Sweet Homes
Umpire, Nilsuu Stuier. Mm tin
An ilelluhlful touieit wus gheu ill
the Hciiiucu's lumllulu last Hulurday
i eiilng, aiiiiligcil liy Mia A (I lluwcs
I until WHO long pill l went ,iirs iieuigu
Mm fill liuiu, Mis II tin II Lit) Hid, Mils
U'.Mtiilli, Mia ' lliiiupliiis Ihe
Kuiil iiuile, wliu went loudly up
iiliiuileij, Mr II lliiil.lry, wliu was
W 10 VICTORY
nJXOiiSS: "" on M" "'Evening Bulletin
.xrYCCii iw-.c, ,crn; mk ViiiiHiUUJK&TTisEwosTiilWo"rti; -'
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
:: Sfir Futon
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Ca.
, The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, 8t Loula, Mo.
The. Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumpa.
The New England Life Insuranea Co,
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co, of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. tf London.
fa. I. Irwb k C., Ui
WM. G. IRWIN... President and Mgr.
JNO. O. SPRECKEfC.lst Vies Pres.
W. M. QIFFARD 2d Vloa Prss.
H. M. WHITNEY Trsaaurer
RICHARD IVER8 tserstary
E. I. RPAULDING Auditor
Oetante Stssmshlp Co., San Pranclaco,
Western Sugar Reflr.lng Cs, tan Fran
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
Nswall Unlveraal Mill Co, (Manufac
turers of National Ccne Shred
der), New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., Sin
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant Co., Or mss Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co,Walluku Sugar Co.,
Pepcekeo Suger Co., The Plantere
Lint of 8an Franelseo Packets, C-hst.
Brewer 4 Co.'s line of Boston Paokets.
LIST OF OFFICER8S
C. M, Cocke, Presldsnt; Osorgs
Robertson, Vice Preeldent and Mana
ger; E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and Sec
retary; F, W. Macfarlane, Auditor: P.
C. Joree, C, M, Cooke and J, R. Qalt,
-I Is kept on file at E.
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T I 8 I N G AOENCY,
124 Sansome St., San Francisco, Cal.,
where ecnUscts far advertising can
i. made far ll
BSSST-"For Rent" cam. on eal. al
Ihe Ulilltllu olllce,
Alexander & Baldwin
. P. COOKE Manner
H. P. Baldwin Preeldenl
L B. Caatle Vice Preeldent
W. M. Alexander. ..Seoond Vlea Pre.
U T. Peck Third Vice Prea.
J. Wetsrhouse Treaeurer
E, E. Paxton ,.. .Secretary
W. O, Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial A tuiai Co,
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pal Plantation. ,
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian 8ugar Cenpany,
Kahuku Flantatlon Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company,
haleckala Raneh Company,
B.F. DILLINGHAM CO.
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Ineuranoe Co.
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