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FORTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT
JOHN A. McOALL, President.
STJTMLMLJiJ&rzr OF REPORT:
BUSINESS OF 1892.
Premium Income .$25,0-10,113.93
Interest, ltonts, etc 5,800,470.90
Total Income, - - - $30,936,590.83
Death Claims $7,890,589.29
Endowments and Annuities 2,'184,132.29
Dividends, Purchased Insurances, etc 3,013,990.75
Total to Policy-holders, - - $13,995,012,33
Number of New Policies Issued 00,259
Amount of Now Insurance Written $173,005,070.00
CONDITION JAN. 1, 1893.
Assets, .... $137,499,198,99
Liabilities, 4 Percent Standard $120,094,250.S9
Number of Policies in Force 224,008
Amount of Insurance in Force $GS9,248,029.00
PROGRESS IN 1892.
Increase in Benefits to Policy-holders $ 1,323,521.45
Increase in Assets 11,551,908.18
Increase in Surplus : 1,003,924.79
Increaso in Insurance Written 20,940,0S8.00
Increase in Insurance in Force G0,1 05,451.00
O. O. BERGER
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll
New Goods Received by Every
AH Orders faithfully attended to.
solicited and packed with care.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street -
BOTH TELEPHONES 210
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every Cala. Steamer
ICE HOUSE GOODS A
Island Orders Solicited.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed.
New Goods Receivod by Every Packet from the Eastern States and Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All Orders faithfully attended to and
Island Orders solicited.
IE els t Oornar
E. B. THOMAS,
Contractor &pg & Builder.
I ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS
1 of Brick, Iron, Stone and Wooden
Buildings. All kinds of Jobbing in the
building trade attended to. Keens for balii:
Brlek, Lime, Cement, Iron Stone Pino and
Kitting-). Old and New Corrugated Iron,
.Mlnton Tiles, Quarry Tiles, aborted sizes
and colors, California and Monterey Sand,
Granite Curbing and Klocks, ete., etc.
U& Olllco and Yard: Corner King and
Smith streoth. Olllco Hours: H to 12 a.m.,
1 to 1 J'.m. Telephones: Bell 351; Mutual
117. Residence: Mutual 110. P. O. Box
For Seile I
SOMETHING" NEW !
Priestman Oil Engine
6 Horbo Power. Huns with Ordinary
Kero-cne Oil without Boiler or Fur
nace. Cost to run very small
us compared with bteam.
CSV Can l)u seen In motion at my Ware
house, Queen street.
7.f:n ROUT. OATTON.
rpjIK SCHOONER 'NORMA,'
X 63 Tout Register, Bitbstan.
uaiiy mini oi uau una ucuurj
Conner and Conner Fastened.
j' or tirirt) anil lwrticuiura, apply
TJA-U TUKG. II, PAVIKB A CO.
" " 1 1 m
Batter and Island Butter
ON HAND &3
Steamer from San Francisco.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Orders
- Bet. Fort and Malea Streets.
P. O. BOX 372.
-P. O. BOX 207
-P. O. BOX 145.
Goods delivered to any part of tho City free.
8 Klna StreotB,
IvTew European I
100 Elegantly Furnished Rooms
ONLY THO M.OCK8 i'ltOM
Main Entrance to the Fair!
310-318 (Kith Terrace, Chicago.
Hates: $1 per Day & Upward, 1st Glass Cafe,
A FIRST-CLASS FAMILY BATHING
1. Resort at Walklkl. Trumeurs pasH
the gate. Special
arrangements can be
Picnics and Evening
mane lor I'aiimy
TF J CAN 11 K OF ANY HE It VICE TO
JL you in the way of Sharpening Sclsxors,
Carving Knives, Ijiuii Mowurs. Filing
Huwii, Renalring Sprinklers and Water
Tups ami utying I'li'O, homoring mnvuto,
Furniture or ,
(lunlen Hose, etc.. etc.. nil
ete., etc., please
ring up Mutual Telephone No, 102 before
U a. M. or between U ud 1:30 v. u.
N, V, UURGKBH.
H. HAGKFELD fcfl).
By tho Barki "H. Haekfeld," "Amy Tar-
licr," "Albert" nml other arrivals
n New Supply of
Dry and Fancy
BOOTS and SHOES!
Havana, German & Manila Cigars
AND A rUM. LINK OF
Plantation v Supplies !
LIME, CEMENT, ETC., ETC., ETC.
AT VERT LOW RATES.
Anlmii-.er-llu'ph Budweiser Beer,
Schlitz Milwaukee Beer,
Golden Gate Flour,
Spcrry's Roller Flour,
Bruco & A. J. Cart-wright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
with Pleasant GiouniW.
formerly tho residence of tin
late 11. J.
Hart, situato on Nuuanu Avenue below
School street. Terms easy. C23-tf
NOTE Before seeking or closing bar
gains elsewhere, it will pay you to scan
our column, and to at once consult tho
undersigned at their olllee.
W" Wo keep Property in Frst-olass
Condition, Our terms are moderate and
as Landlords we will always be found rea
sonable in our dealings.
tV Apply in each case to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
"Cartwright Building," Merchant btreet.
Real Estate Agency,
No. 519 Fort Streot.
1 Furnished House at Palama near Re
formatory School ?22 per Mouth.
2 Houses on Bcretania streot.
2 Houses on Fort street.
House and Lot on 'Beretania street near
Pentacola. Lot 200 feet frontage and
HO feet deep.
Also, a Valuable Block of Brick Build
ings in tho heart of the City.
Several Desirable Residences" nt first
1 House and Lot on Lillha street.
2 Lot on Kuakinl street, between Nuuanu
avonuo and Lillha street.
3 House and Lot on tho Palama road.
1 House and Lot on Emmu street,
2 House and Lot on Lillha stieot.
l&- For further puiticulars, apply to
.1. M. MONSARRAT,
Cartwright's Block, Merchant street.
1 Family Carriage Horse,
1 Phaeton in Good Order,
1 Covered Brake,
1 Imported Jersey Cow.
It. I. LILLIE,
ut T. II. Uuvlus is. Co,'.
60 ceuU a
Continued from 1st Page.)
Tho natural result of tbo condi
tions I havo doscribinl was tho( rapid
Krowth of distrust and suspicion on
tho part of tho nntivos towards tho
foroiguors. tho latter sooininjj to fool
that, as thoy had boon boru uudor
tho Hawaiian flag, or had bocomo
naturalised oiti7.eus, Uioy could
speak freoly for tho Hawaiians, ovon
to tho oxtout of advocating tho
transfer of their territory to anothor
flag. Tho foreigners (though thoro
havo boon many exceptions) havo
thus been nlavhur with 11 ro for all
theso years, aud the natives havo had
to listen to continuous suggestions
that tho advance of commorco re
quired and justified tho partial or
total surronuor of Hawaiian soil.
Thoro wore not wanting advouturors
who fanned vigorously tho Hawaiian
distrust, and thus procured for
themselves the votes aud favour of
tho easily duped natives.
In 1874 King Luualilo, who,
although a vory dissipated man, had
been strongly uudor what is called
missionary influence, died without
leaving a direct hoir, and thoro was
a fierce contest for tho succession
between Quoon Emma, whom tho
natives loved and trusted, and Ka
lakaua, who was not much trusted
by any one, though many thought
thoy would bo ablo to steer him for
thoir own bonofit. Tho foreign,
especially tho American, inlluouco
wont strongly for Kalakaua, and ho
becamo sovereign, and bitterly his
supporters havo since regretted it.
Tho chasm bocamo wider and wider,
and Kalakaua seemed to help both
sides; lie encouraged those who tam-
Eered with annexation, and ho allied
imself with those who strove to
develop race hatred.
Tu 1887 tho misrulo and corrupt
practices of Kalakaua forced tho
people, tho natives joining tho
foroiguors, to rise and insist that ho
should either abdicate or adopt a
now Constitution greatly limiting
tho King's power and increasing that
of tho foreigners. The King bowed
to tho inevitable, aud tho foreigners
prepared a Constitution which tho
King accepted without amendment.
Nevertheless, tho Ministers and tho
Privy Councillors and tho legislators
gonorally gave themselves a free
hand in discussing, in tho press and
elsewhere, tho desirability or neces
sity of coding a harbour or other
privileges, in return for the un
doubted advantages which tho
United States could grant. Thoy
wore not only oblivious, but ap
parently utterly unconscious, of the
fact that tho Hawaiian loved his
country far more than ho would love
anything they could oiler him in its
place, and thoy wondered that thoy
failed to retain tho love aud con
lideuco of the Hawaiians.
Two years ago Kalakaua diod and
was succeeded b- his sister, Queen
Liliuokalaui. It was soon evident
that tho feud of races was to be
maintained. Tho blindness of the
foreigners gonorally to tho growing
alarm and suspicion amongst tho
natives, who heard their nationality
aud independence treated as of little
moment, is more surprising than tho
alarm and suspicion which resulted
from theso discussions. Soon after
her ascension I had an interview
with tho Queen, in which she re
ferred vory sadly to tho ovidont
docay of tho Hawaiian race, aud
When our race is gone I do not want
any other flag to bo placed here, but I
wish the great nations would agreo to
gether that theso islands should always
be kept neuteral and under tho Hawaiian
That is tho old-fashioned amor
patritv which has belonged to evory
race, but which has been so griev
ously left out of tho account by
many of the white men who havo
otherwise beon tho best friends of
Early in 1891 tho McKinloy Tariff
struck a heavy blow at Hawaiian
trade, and tho income of tho sugar
planters was reduced by a million
sterling per annum. This meant
ruin to many, and tho cry for relief,
whether by cession of harbour, or
by annexation, or by any other
means, was loud and strong. A year
ago ouo ex-Cabinet Minister and
tuembor of tho Legislature, bearing
tho blood and uamo of ouo of tho
early missionaries, went to Washing
ton, aud secretly eonforred with
officials thoro as to tho terms upon
wnicn mo united states would an
nex Hawaii. It is bolioved that the
replies were such as to show that
tho United States would not con
sider any offer of annexation unless
it were legitimately mado with tho
consent of tho Hawaiian people.
Tho soil-appointed envoy thereupon
returned to Hawaii, and rosumod his
soat as a party leader in tho Legisla
In tho face of such untrusty ad
visors ii is, poruaps, not to uo won
dered at that tho Queen fell back
more and more upon tho couusols of
her own people, and of such white
mon, some true aud somo falso, as
stood loyally for tho iutegrity of tho
national domain; and the men who
drove hor to such counsellors are
not free from responsibility for tho
By a series of political intrigues
tho Queen precipitated the disaster
of tho 12lh of January, and tho
foroiguors onco more rose in tho
interests of luw and ordor. Unques
tionably tho Queon had attempted
to violate tho Constitution which
hlio had sworn to uphold, and the
attempt justified tho people's re
sistance. A Provisional Government
was formed, without consultation
with tho natives, and thoy declared
tho Queen deposed, tho monarchy
nbrogutod, and themselves the
Government, and to protect thom
bolvos as a government thoy invited
tho United States forces to occupy
tho town. The position of the Pro
visional Government was very em
barnibbing. 1 do not boliovo that
itH principal members desired to go
any further than circumstances
compelled them, hut thoy wore not
their own masters, aud theiowero
men amongst thorn who woio deter
mined upon auuuxatiou if it could
bo accomplished. Tho Provisional
Goiornmmit lind not. cn mtltv,
jiunio in thoir body, uiul to-day tliey
I duro not ask tho oloutoratu to con.
firm anything thoy havo dono, for
tho oloetorato consists of 9,554 Ha
waiian votorsout of o total of 18,593,
tho romaindor comprising C37 Ameri
cans, 505 English, 882 Germans,
2,091 Portugvoso (chiefly lnbourors),
and various other nationalities.
Boforo oithor foroiguors or natives
on tho islands gonorally had hoard
of tho revolution, a stoamor was
chartered, aud fivo Commissioners
(four Atnoricaus and ono English
man, without n drop of Hawaiian
blood in thoir veins) sot out for
Washington to offer tho islands to
tho United States Government. All
tho Commissioners havo sworn
allogianco to tho Hawaiian Constitu
tion, and Mr. Thurston, tho chief of
tho Commission, is tho gentleman
who last year paid tho secret visit to
Washington to sound for annexa
tion. Thoy do not protond to have,
or to bo ablo to obtain, tho voto of
tho Hawaiians in favour of thoir
mission; and when ono trios to think
what would bofall a Bolgian, or a
Bulgarian, or ovon an Egyptian, who
ombnrkod on such an orraud, ouo
bogins to realize tho namo by which
such envoi's would in ordinary
language bo described. Somo apolo
gists try to draw an analogy botweon
tho Hawaiians and other Polynesian
or Indian peoples, aud arguo that
tho domanus of civilisation require
that tho white raco should movo tho
othor out of tho liuo. But thoro is
no analogy, because Christendom
has stamped its recognition of in
dependence on the Hawaiian nation.
It is concoivablo that somo foreign
Power (but not an Anglo-Saxon)
should commit an aggressivo attack
on Hawaii; it is conceivable that tho
United States should resist any at
tempt of anothor Powor to soizo
Hawaii; but it is almost incoucoiv
ablo that a company of good citizons
should havo come in defiance of
their oath, aud of tho electorate-nil o
which thoy wore admitted to seek to
induce tho United States to take
over an unwilling people. It is not
my business nor my purpose to
enquire what may havo been tho
offence of the Queon: I only main
tain that this can bo no remedy; for
if this bo not treason I do not 'know
what is treason, and if this bo treason
1 know of no greater crime.
Tho suddenness with which the
whole question broke upon tho
United States Govornmont and
people prevented a clear apprehen
sion of tho circumstauces which are
now becoming known, and tho
course which President Cleveland
has initiated appears to bo tho plain
and honourable course for a states
man to pursue. Tho President has
despatched Mr. Blount as a special
envoy, to examine for himself the
natives aud foreigners throughout
tho islands, aud upon Mr. Blount's
report will depend tho future action
of the Washington Govornmont. By
this moans tho truth will bo known,
and it will probably bo ascertained
that on ono sido thore havo been infat
uation and obstinacy, and on tho sido
of tho loaders of the revolution an
entire want of consideration and of
thought for tho Hawaiians. As an
-iustauco of this want of considera
tion, I quote the following lines
from an articlo in tho North American
Jleview for March, from tho pun of
Mr. ljorrm A. J. hurst on, wno is
described as 'ox-Premior of Hawaii
and chairman of tho Annexation
American property interests in Hawaii
have become so great that it is no longer
a simple question of political advantage
to tho United States, or of charity or
justico to a weak neighbor, which the
authorities at Washington havo to deal
with; but it is a question involving the
fortunes of thousands of their own flesh
and blood, and millions of dollars worth
of their own property.
Colder-blooded advico was surely
never given by any statesman speak
ing for his native or for his adopted
country; and it is not to such advico
that tho American Govornmont or
people will give oar.
Tho accuracy of this view is fully
confirmed by tho more recently cabled
reports, which show that Mr. Blount
has already ordered tho restoration
of tho Hawaiian ilag aud tho with
drawal of tho United Stales forcos,
poudiug the investigation which it
is his mission to pursue.
Tho recent visit of Princess Kaiu
laui to Washington was undertaken
in ordor that hor own rights of
succession and tho unconstitutional
procedure of tho Annexation Com
missioners might bo kuown to tho
United States authorities and people.
Tho visit could havo no olliciul
character, but tho sympathy which
it evoked makes it clear that tho
American nation will sanction no
step that is not founded iu justico
Mr. Thomas Batto, editor of tho
Graphic, Toxarkana, Arkansas, bus
found what ho believes to bo tho
best remedy in existence for the llux.
His exporionco is well worth remem
bering. Ho says: "Last summer 1
had a vory severe attack of llux. 1
tried almost every known remedy,
nono giving relief. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Konio
dy was recommended to mo. 1 pur
chased a bottle and received almost
immodiuto roliof. I continued to
uso tho medicine nnd was entirely
cured. I take pleasure iu recom
mending this remedy to any person
suffering with such a disease, as in
my opinion it is tho best medicine
in existence." 25 aud r0 cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith ifc Co., agents for tho Hawai
iMi'OllTIUl AM) DUAI.EII IN
Gent's, Ladies' and Children's Boots, Shoes
Na 103 xr-ort Streot.
. CHAS. GIRDLER,
nnu'cT iMi'oiiruii or
E.NULlbH AND CONTINENTAL
No, V Kuahuiuuuu struct,
1:30 P. M. SHARP.
1st RACE-QUEEN'S CUP Purse $30.
Running Raco. Jrfj-Mllo Dash for Hi
wallan ltred Horses.
2n RACE-HONOLULU PURSE-?50.
Trotting and Pacing.
2 In 3 to harness.
Mile Heats; best
?i RACC-MATOH RACE.
Running Race. I Mile Dash between
"Duke Spencer" and "Lord Brock."
l rotting ana racing.
8 in S to harnoss. Fi
Mile Heats: best
co for all
5rn RACE-1CALAICAUA CUP.
Running Raco. Milo Dash for Ha
waiian Bred IIores owned by the
Members of the Club. Cup to become
tho properly of the one winning it
Purse if 100.
Trotting and Pacing. Milo Heats; Ii
Minute Class; be-t 2 in y to harness.
Free for all.
"Tit RACE OCEANIC
)-Mile Dash. Free
All Entries to close on WEDNESDAY,
Aug. 2!ith, at 2 o'clock p. .., at the Ofllru
of the Secretary, and all Entrv Fees 10
Percent of the Purse; all Cups iflO.
All Races to be Run or Trotted under
the Rules of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club.
All Horses not withdrawn by Friday,
Sept. 1st, at 2 o'clock r. m., are expected to
All Horses are.oxpctod to appear on the
Track at tho tap of the
Judge's Stand, otherwise
ncu iroiii tne
they will be
Ail 'iils-ion R0 Cents
Hrand Stand (extra). r0 Cents and fl 00
Caniago(in-iile of course) J2 .r0
(utirturstrutch Badges .o 00
C. O. BERGER,
Secretary Hawaiian Jocko v Club.
Japanese Pancf Goods Stop
Next door to the Palace leu Cream Pallors
ori'Ki: ion si,r.
Bed Cover-., Handkerchiefs, Shawls,
ScarN, S.islics, Cushions,
Doilies and Screens, Kimonos,
Fancy faille and Cotton,
Very Fancy Silks
Handpaiuted and Embroidered;
Parasols, Photo Frames, Card Ca'.es,
Carved Wood and Bamboo Screens,
7 78-1 in
Oppo. Bethel St.
Ih lIOLDINd A
GREAT BARGAINS I
IN ALL KINDS OF
Handsome and Artistic Goods,
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
F. W. BAUER,
Auctioneer, Commission Agent,
Broker, Furwardluy and Sulppintj
Fruit Consignment Agent.
LAND mm BALE
A T IWILE1. IIUSOLI l.r.
I V Ojiini. a Vjilituliit, 1 ii im .
of Lund, el to Ituv. .1. Wui. 3&(&f.
1 nmnii' phiiierii, and Known u 'jrw
'"Pilliui.i Laud." U'l'lliH i'iikIi, ,tKnn
i Ajijdy to J. W. KAII.U'MIA,
in imiiiiii riii raoinry.
Or through Bull Tolu.im, Mutual Tulo.077,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
A Word nhout Our Basoball Supply
It is Full nntl Completo
Tho Prices Can't be Beat.
1 hfare rrmnrked our Optical Department
nith the, assistance of the infallible EYKSIE
Tliltgocn steadily along, but me have a word
of warning for those who THINK they will be
vtmlc to look nuirr stylish by wearing glasses
take Punch's advice and'J)ON'T,'unlcss you
wear only the frames.
Gold, Nickel, Steel & Shell Frames In Stock
SOLE AGENT FOH
SOLE AGENT FOB
Tho charm that keeps peace In overy
Guitars from $4 Up !
Our Stationery Department is roploto with
all Fashionable Society Papers.
Novels by every steamer. Also tho Latest
and Best Bound Books to suit all
ages at Publisher's Bates.
Music and Books Ordered by Every Steamer.
Don't forget that, wo keep the Best Assorted
Stock of Lawn Tennis Goods in
Hawaiian ITjACtS American
Legends & Myths of the Hawaiian Islands
By His Late Majesty Kalakaua.
Sent to any address on rccotpt of $2.75.
PEB BAHK "C. D. BRYANT"
OF ALL STYLES
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
IN TIIK LATEST PATTERNS.
HAND SEWING MACHINES
All with the Latest Improvements.
ALSO ON HAND
Celebrated Cottage Pianos
Parlor Organs, Guitars
FOB SALE BY
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO,,
King street, oppo. Castle & Cooke,
Extensive improvements havo recently
been made at this popular resort, and tho
management announces a re-opening on
THURSDAY, JULY 6th.
A Ni:W ANII COMMODIOUS
has been erected for tho accommodation
of Bathing and Dancing I'arties, and with
the new and increased accommodations in
The Ladies Bathing Department
unusual facilities are ofl'ercd to La
dies and Children.
tW A full assortment of Now Bathing
Sulti jiibt received. "(i!Mm
Elegant -:- Restaurant
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Mrs. Lack's Building, Fort, botweon King
and Meichaut streets.
Opening on Thursday, June 29th,
AST lO A. 1UL.
ftf Upstairs Boom Boserved for Ladles
aud their Escorts.
Home Cookery. Only Wlilte Help Employed.
FRANCES M. NIC0LL, : Proprietor.
THE K." K7 BATHS
" KEIKI'S- kh-kai,
Are now open to the I'ublluund will be
carried on as a
First-class Bathing Resort
Five Minutes from the Gars,
fr- Intending vltllora nhould leave tho
cam Hrt hivluili ufter nuuliuj tho W'alklUI
I'oullry Yards. TUO-Sm