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Image from page 893 of “Coast review” (1871)
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Identifier: coastreview7819101910sanf
Title: Coast review
Year: 1871 (1870s)
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Subjects: Insurance Insurance Mines and mineral resources Mines and mineral resources
Publisher: San Francisco : J.G. Riley
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: San Francisco Public Library

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as 3,000 passengers out of Chi-cago. No. 18 belonged to a railroadcompany. Last winter a similar car-ferry ship on Lake Erie turned turtleand all on board were lost. Movementsof the heavy cars aboard, caused bystorms or careless employes, sometimesend in the foundering of the ship. Itis time for Canada and America tojointly compel the railway owners tobuild unsinkable ferry ships on theGreat lakes. BENZINE, while useful, is dangerousand has an unpleasant odor. Now^ youcan remove most of this odor and alsomuch of its inflammable property, aswell as refine it considerably, by slowlystirring one pound of chloride of sodium(common table salt) into a five – galloncan of benzine. Try this. The clearliquid must be drawn off from the saltafter settling. Los Angeles Fire Insurance Co. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA W. F. HOLT, President J. A. HUGHES, 2nd Vice-President BRADSTREET MILLER, Vice-President and Manager J. H. RICHARDS,Secy and Managing Underwriter WM. W. WOODS,Treasurer 86 The Coast Review

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ATLAS Assurance Company i LIMITED > Of London, EnglandWith which is Incorporated the FiancKester Assurance G TOTAL SECURITY, • ■ ,000,000.00 ASSETS IN UNITED STATES. ,214,061.96 Office: 430 California Street, San Francisco FRANK J. DEVLIN, Manager T. M. PALACME, Assistant Manager Mealth and Accident Insurance -—^ g KIMBALL C. ATWOOD, President C/fiC/^ ^ _ WILFRID C. POTTER, Secretary Assets, January 1, 1910 ,984,785 46 Surplus and Reserve (including^ Capital) for the Protection of fCCCl^^^^^1^ ^^^J^^ Policyholders 1,757,916 48 OF NEW voRK. ^ Claims Paid, Over 7,600,000 00 HEALTH AND ACCIDENT POLICIESThe Best Insurance for Business and Professional Men The Easiest Insurance for Agents to Sell Liberal Commissions and Renewal Contracts to Good Men GEO. C FARRELL, Manager Pacific Coast Dept.

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