Image from page 192 of “The Cuba review and bulletin” (1904)

Image from page 192 of “The Cuba review and bulletin” (1904)

Some cool insurance car company images: Image from page 192 of “The Cuba review and bulletin” (1904) Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: cubareviewbullet05muns Title: The Cuba review and bulletin Year: 1904 (1900s) Authors: Munson Steamship Line Subjects: Publisher: New York : Munson Steamship Line Contributing Library: The LuEsther T Mertz Library, the New York Botanical Garden Digitizing Sponsor: The LuEsther T Mertz Library, the New York Botanical Garden View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: r a copy. G. L. TABER, Proprietor. H. Harold Home, Sec. and M«r. Hi{2he§t Awards on Citras Trees and Frait at recent State Fairs. RAILWAY EQUIPMENTFOR PLANTATIONS This cut shows our Platform Carwith side racks. These cars areequipped with strong screw brakeworking on all four wheels, and witha platform for driver or brakeman. Our long experience of over 20years in the industrial railway fieldenables us to act in an advisory ca-pacity regarding the installation of in-dustrial railways for plantations, sugarrefineries, warehouses, etc. We manu-facture railway material and equipmentto meet all conditions. WE CARRY A LARGE STOCK of cars, rails, tracks, turntables, frogs, switches, portable tracks, wheels, axles, spare parts, etc.,at our Brooklyn, N. Y., Warehouse ready for immediate shipment. Write Dept. 18 for Catalog N. 66-68 BEOAD STREET, NEW YORKGAZETTE BUILDLNG, PITTBBTTRO37 FARNSWORTH STREET, BOBTOV28 CALLEDE TETTJAN, SAN JTJAN, PORTO RIOO• CO l^ Py^ NY* WORKS: YOTXNGSTOWN, OHIO Text Appearing After Image: UL uui xsiuuKiyii, 1^. I., warcnuubc...
Image from page 816 of “The Street railway journal” (1884)

Image from page 816 of “The Street railway journal” (1884)

Check out these co car insurance images: Image from page 816 of “The Street railway journal” (1884) Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: streetrailwayjo301907newy Title: The Street railway journal Year: 1884 (1880s) Authors: Subjects: Street-railroads Electric railroads Transportation Publisher: New York : McGraw Pub. Co. Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries Digitizing Sponsor: Smithsonian Libraries View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: Text Appearing After Image: 736 STREET RAILWAY JOURNAL. [Vol. XXX. No. 16. Open terminal trackage unprotected 25,000 Difference ,000 Fig. 3, closed terminal 8,000 (plus ,000 sprinkling system)Open terminal, offices remain and ioo ft. of barn 49,000 Difference ,000 Referring to Fig. 1, open car-barn lay-out, shows a saving inthe first cost of ,000 over the closed barn; and figuring fiveper cent on investment and seven per cent on insurance, taxes,maintenance and depreciation, we have a total of twelve percent, which represents an annual saving of ,200. Of course,there may be further variations in the. saving by simply chang-ing the area of the protected section of car barn ; in other words, is subjected to, in order to come to any decision for or againstan open or closed operating barn. In the lay-out in Fig. 1,figuring the length of a car to be 50 ft., including clearance,the barn would accommodate 84 cars; assuming that two-thirdsof the cars are regulars running from six oclock in the morn-ing Note About Images Please note that these images...
Cool Car Insurance images

Cool Car Insurance images

A few nice car insurance images I found: Insurance Image by free pictures of money Uses: Car insurance. Car security systems. Free Creative Commons Finance Images… I created these images in my studio and have made them all available for personal or commercial use. Hope you like them and find them useful. To see more of our CC finance images click here… profile for attribution. Cotswold Motoring Museum – Sherborne Street, Bourton-on-the-Water – River Windrush Image by ell brown At the Cotswold Motoring Museum in Bourton-on-the-Water. It is on Sherborne Street. Famous as the Home of Brum. Right hand side building of the museum is Grade II listed. Cottage Adjacent to Cottage Adjoining Motor Museum Cottage Adjoining Motor Museum Used As Store Mo, Bourton-on-the-Water 1. 5224 SHERBORNE STREET (north-west side) Motor Museum, adjoining cottage used as store, and adjacent cottage SP 1620 NE 3/91 II GV 2. C18 to C19 with later alterations. Rubble, with Cotswold stone roofs. Long range with 3 roof lines joining the mill building at right angles. Mostly 2 storeys with small paned casement windows. Two pairs of crat doors inserted. Two modern projecting bays. Sun Fire Insurance tablet No 73852. Important group value. Listing NGR: SP1669220715 This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building. Source: English Heritage Listed building text is © Crown Copyright. Reproduced under licence. The River Windrush. Roosevelt Ave/74th Street Station Image by jpellgen Several feet below...
Insurance Issues – Contamination – Part III

Insurance Issues – Contamination – Part III

by CA Dept of Insurance Insurance Issues – Contamination – Part III All of the goods stored in the room became unfit for human consumption as a result of contamination from the ammonia. The ARPI policy excluded contamination unless caused by or resulting from loss of or to the property covered by explosion. It was argued that the contamination was caused by an explosion and the court adopted an earlier approved definition of explosion, namely u…a sudden, accidental, violent, bursting, breaking or expansion caused by internal force or pressure which may be and usually is accompanied by some noise”. The court found that there was no proof that the pressure within the coils was the cause of the escape of the ammonia.   The policy defined contamination as “… a condition of impurity resulting from a mixture or contact with a foreign substance…” which the court found was consistent with the definition in Webster’s New International Dictionary* In this case the goods had been contaminated by ammonia gas and an explosion had not occurred.   The definition of contamination in the Oxford English Dictionary is “… to render impure by contact or mixture—to corrupt, defile, pollute, sully, taint or infect…”.   In the case of HUG Incorporated v. St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Company, 391 F2d Series, 924 (1968), electro mechanical relays were being subjected to heat and a vacuum inside an oven in preparation for the introduction of a preservative gas when they became contaminated by oil vapour which had entered the oven. As a result the internal and external surfaces of the relays became coated with...
Image from page 300 of “The street railway review” (1891)

Image from page 300 of “The street railway review” (1891)

A few nice co car insurance images I found: Image from page 300 of “The street railway review” (1891) Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: streetrailwayrev11amer Title: The street railway review Year: 1891 (1890s) Authors: American Street Railway Association Street Railway Accountants’ Association of America American Railway, Mechanical, and Electrical Association Subjects: Street-railroads Publisher: Chicago : Street Railway Review Pub. Co Contributing Library: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: using the mails for fraudulent purposes, and wassentenced to one years imprisonment. He will spend a year atFort Madison, la. MofTetts criminal career has been brought to a close, for thepresent at least, through the efforts of Mr. Franklin J. Moore, ofPhiladelphia, assistant United States manager of the GeneralAccident Assurance Corporation, Ltd., of Perth, Scotland, whocaused his arrest and conviction at Council Blufifs, la. Moffetts plan has been to pretend to get hurt on a train andthen colhproraise with the railway company, or to take out anaccident policy, claim to be hurt and collect on the policy. He isa shrewd man, and in the last ten years has swindled 21 insurancecompanies and many railroads. An account of one of Moffettsmethods of getting hurt was published in the Review of August1898. While holding the office of manager of an accident insuranceoffice in St. Paul, Minn., Moffett met a man who had been swind-ling accident...
Health and Money: Disability Insurance

Health and Money: Disability Insurance

by CA Dept of Insurance Health and Money: Disability Insurance I asked Kristi (a 32 year old woman who suffers from an extremely rare, serious and disabling neuromuscular disease called Stiff-Person Syndrome (SPS), as well as Myasthenia Gravis and Gastroparesis) while I had her on the phone, “If she knew then, what she knows now, what would she do differently?” One of the first things she said was to make sure everyone had disability insurance. No one wants to think about being disabled, however, the reality is one third of all American’s between the ages of 35 and 65 will become disabled for more than 90 days, according to the American Council of Life Insurers. What’s worse is that one in seven workers will be disabled for more than five years. This is not normally caused by a freak accident, most of the time it is caused by illness. Disability insurance replaces a portion of your income if you become disabled and are not able to work. Check with your employer, they usually offer a group plan that will replace up to 60% of you salary. Supplemental plans and individual policies will usually cover more. Benefits usually last for a set number of years or until you reach retirement age. Long-term disability plans vary quite a bit. Some are wonderful and pay benefits when you need them. Others are very difficult to work with. Usually this is tied to the amount you pay for the premium monthly. Some of the cheaper ones you may inevitably find worthless. If you are employed, you should find out if your employer provides...
Lead Acid Automobile Batteries

Lead Acid Automobile Batteries

by Internet Archive Book Images Lead Acid Automobile Batteries Appropriate recharging from discharge to discharge is a significant key to gaining most favorable life from any Lead Acid Automobile Batteries. There are certain rules for suitable charging and are applicable to all Lead Acid Automobile Batteries types. At the initiate of recharge the charge current can be whichever value that doesnt make an average voltage in cell in the string of battery larger than the gassing voltage in the Lead Acid Automobile Batteries. Until hundred percent of the earlier capacity of discharge has been back, and during the recharge the rate of ampere should be in control to continue the gassing voltage, or lesser, but to minimize charge time as near to the gassing voltage as feasible in the Lead Acid Automobile Batteries. Under the above voltage control in the Lead Acid Automobile Batteries, when hundred percent of the capacity that is discharged has been back, the rate of charge will have usually decayed to the finishing rate of the charge. In the Lead Acid Automobile Batteries system the energy output, the capacity delivered and the average voltage during discharge are reliant on the discharge current. Functional capacity of Lead Acid Automobile Batteries is normally defined from a cell in terms of ampere hours or hours of discharge to the final voltage or ‘knee’ of the curve of discharge. Further to this point, there is availability of little capacity. For each rate energy output is fundamental of output of cell power (amperes x volts) between time zero discharge and the time equivalent to the knee of the curve of...