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FORTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT
JOHN A. MoOALL, President.
BUSINESS OF 1892.
Premium Income $25,040,113.93
Interest, Rents, etc 5,S9G,47G.90
Total Income, - - - $30,936,590,83
Death Olnims $7,896,589.29
Endowments and Annuities 2,484,432.29
Dividends, Purchased Insurances, etc 3,613,990.75
Total to Policy-holders, - - $13,995,012.33
Number of New Policies Issued '. . . 66,259
Amount of New Iusuranco "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 ' $0S9,24S,629.00
PROGRESS IN 1892.
Increaso in Benefits to Policy-holders $ 1,323,521.45
Increase in Assets 11,551,908.18
Increase in Surplus 1,663,924.79
Increase in Insurance Written 20,940,0S8.00
Increase in Insurance in Force 60,165,451.00
O. O. BERGER
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll
Hew Goods Received by Every
All Orders faithfully attended to.
solicited and packed with care.
LIMOLX BLOCK, King Street
BOTH TELEPHONES 240
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every Cala. Steamer
ICE HOUSE GOODS A SPECIALTY.
Island Orders Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions eunci Feed.
New Goods Received by Every Packet from the Eastern Statos and Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All Orders faithfully attended to and Goods delivered to any part of the City free.
Island Orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Bant Corner Port fl Kin or Streotn.
E. B. THOMAS,1
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS J
of Brick, Iron, Stone and Wooden i
Buildings. All kinds of Jobbinc in the
building trade attended to. Keeps forsalu: j
uuimuig traue attended to. J
Brick, Lime, Cement, Iron S
Fittings, Old and Now Cor
Minton Tiles, Quarry Tiles,
i nconc i-ipe anu
Corrugated Iron, .
is. assorted sizes
and colors; California anil Monterey baud,
uranlte uuroing una kiockh, etc., uiu.
Wtf Ollli'o and Yard : Corner King and
Smith streets. Olllco Hours: H to 12 a.m.,
1 to 1 l'.M. Telephones: Bell 351; Mutual
417. Residence: Mutual 410. P. O. Box
For Sale I
Priestman Oil Engine
fi llano Power. Runs with Ordinary
KvroMine Oil without Boiler or Fur
nace. Cost to run vory small
an compared with ateam.
t0f Can bo seen in motion at my Ware
house, Queen ttrcot.
705-ini ROUT. CATTON.
tl'ujly built of Oak uml Uwlurt..
ConiMir and Cornier Fatrlouud.
For irrk'n and particular apply
7Mf T1IKO, II, PA yjlCB A CO.
Batter and Island Butter
Steamer from San Francisco.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Orders
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
P. O. BOX 372.
-P. O. BOX 2J7
-P. O. BOX 115.
New BJu.ropea.rx 1
100 Elegantly Furnished Rooms
ONLY TWO IU.OCKH FROM
Main Entrance to the Fair!
310-318 C5th Terrace, Chicago.
Rates: $1 per Day & Upward. 1st Class Cafe.
J. F. GO KM AN,
AFIitST-CLASS FAMILY BATHING
Resort at Walklki. Tnuncnra pass
the gate. Special arraugomonts can bo
made for Family Picnics and Kvnnlng
Bathing Parties. WW-tf
IF I CAN BE OF ANY SERVICE TO
JL you in till' way of Sharpening Scissors,
Carving Knives, I-nun Mowers. Filing
Haw, ltuimlrfng hprlnklora utul Wutur
Taps and uiylug Pipe. Soldering Tinware,
('Butting Glus, Jtiifkiirlni; Fiirniturit or
Niiunuing iiarueu itoe, uia, uw., tueusu
ing up Mutual Telephone Nt lull before
u a. m. or iAitwien u una i :j i. .i. , .
TtH N. F. llUHaHHtf.
H. HACKFELD -4 tt
By tho Barks "H. Hackfeld," "Amy" Tun
ncr," "Albert" and other arrivals
a Now Supply of
Dry and Fancy
BOOTS and SHOES!
Havana, German & Manila Cigars
AND A FULI, LINK OF
Plantation v Supplies !
LIME, CEMENT, ETC., ETC., ETC.
AT VEBV LOW KATES.
Anhauser-Busch Budweiser Beer,
Schlitz Milwaukee Beer,
Golden Gate Flour,
Bperry's Roller Flour,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Bruco & A. J. Cart-wright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
2-Story Brick Building
with Pleasant Grounds.
formerly tho residence of the lato H. J,
Hart, situate on Nuuanu Avenue below
School street. Terms easy.
NOTE Before seeking or closing bar
gains elsewhere, it will pay you to scan
our column, and to at once consult the
undersigned at their oflice.
We keep Property in Frst-class
Condition. Our terms are moderate and
as Landlords we will always be found rea
sonable in our dealings.
tltf- Apply in each case to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
"Cartwright Building," Merchant street.
Real Estate Agency,
No. 519 Fort Street.
1 Furnished House at Palama near Re
formatory School $22 per Month.
2 Houses on Beretania street.
2 Houses on Fort street.
House and Lot on Beretania street near
Pensacola, Lot 200 feet frontage and
140 feet deep.
Also, a Valuable Block of Brick Build
ings in the heart of the City.
Several Desirable Residences at first
G. E. BOARDMAN,
1 House and Lot on Llliha street.
2 Lot on Kuaklnl street, between Nuuanu
avonue and Llliha street.
3 Houho und Ix)t on the Palama road.
1 House and Lot on Emma street.
2 House und Lot on Llliha streut.
Cft For further particulars, apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Cartwright's Block, Merchant street.
1 Family Carriage Horse, mio
1 Phaeton in Good Order,
1 Covered Brake,
1 Imported Jersey Cow.
R. I. LILLIH.
nVf. II, Duvlus it Oo.'s.
Daily Bulletin, HO i!it a month,
Opinion of a German Soholar That
It Will Bo English.
Tho Gorrfmns not only look upon
thoir language) as an intogral and os
sontinl part of tho national lifo, but
tho moro cultivated classos rovoro it
with an almost idolatrous venera
tion. Notwithstanding tho difficul
ties prosontod by its indistinct and
crabbed typo, its intricate and half
illegiblo script, its arbitrary genders,
its highly artificial inflectional sys
tom, and its illogical syntax, its
study is extolled not only as a moans
of mental culturo and discipline, but
as un impulse to originality of
thought and expression. Thoso facts
render all the more noteworthy tho
loading article in tho most recent
number issued of Professor Hans
Dolbruck's "Preussiche Jnhrbuchor,"
perhaps tho most prominent of
uornian literary reviews. It is from
tho pen of Dr. A. Schroor, professor
of philology nt tho University of
Freiburg, and its subject is the im
portance of introducing into the
schools tho study of a universal lan
Tho writer begins by condemning
all attempts, however scientific, to
construct an artificial language like
Volapuk. No language which pos
sesses noithor literature, historical
dovolopniouts nor linquistic relations
can over servo as a medium of gen
eral communication, for the roason
that no ono will take the trouble to
acquire it, merely as a ''tool of trade,
until it becomes universal; theroforo
it never can bocomo universal. Such
attempts, however, aro not only idle
and aimless, becauso thoy can never
obtain the sienoral consnnt of man
kind, but they are usolos, for says
rrolessor bchroer, there exists al
ready a universal language i.e., a
lauguago which, by its spread over
tho wholo earth, aud b5' the ease
with which it may be learned, has
already gained such a long step in
advance that neither natural nor
artificial means can deprive it of its
assured position as tho future me
dium of international intercourse
And this language is tho English.
It is interesting to find this fact
acknowledge and promulgated by
one of the foremost of German
periodicals. During the present cen
tury the English speaking popula
tion of tho world has increased five
foldfrom possibly 25,000,000 at its
commoncemeut to at least 125,000,
000 at its close. No other laiifjuace
has over been so rapidly developed;
no fact in civil history is moro signi
ficant than this. In all quarters of
tho world the English language is
tho conquering tongue; the wide
spread of tho English colonial sys
tem, tho marvellous growth of tho
United States and tho facility with
which it absoibs every foreign ele
ment bear witness to this great fact.
Therefore, Professor Schroer advo
cates making tho study of the Eng
lish obligatory, not necessarily to the
exclusion of Latin and Grook, but at
least in conjunction with them.
''This," says ho, 'is not a question of
taste or of rivalry between the
'moderns' and tho 'ancients;' it
is simply a historical necessity."
Professor Schroer is careful to warn
his roadors not to set thoir aim too
high, for to learn to speak and write
fluently and correctly a language
which holds so high a place iu the
scale of culturo aud refinement as
tho English is "monstrously diffi
cult;" but for tho average man this
is not necossar-, for oven tho aver
age Englishman has but a limited
command of his mothor tongue, and
the daily intercourse of life requires
but a small and easily acquired
This is truo of overy language; but
the absence of puzzling genders and
inflections and syntactical forms ren
ders the Euglish easy iu comparison
"The English," concludes Profes
sor Schroer, "is the world speech,
and will, to all appearance, become
more and moro so evory year."
i, a m
South Carolina's New Liquor Law.
Tho Springfield, Mass., Republi
can has tho following on the now
liquor law of South Carolina:
''Gov. Tillman's state machine for
supplying drinks in original pack
ages does not run very smoothly at
the outset. Considerably moro than
half the counties have rofused or
neglected to establish dispensaries,
and there are suits ponding to tost
the legality of tho action of some
of tho county-boards which have sot
up state dram-shops. All over the
state, especially in Charleston, which
is dry, largo private stocks of liquor
have beou provided upon'which tho
enemies of tho dispensary system
propose to draw. Many of thoso
stocks aro for privato consumption,
but many aro lor salo in spite of the
law. Tillman says that he will make
illegal sellers "damned tired" before
he gets through with them, aud he
will undoubtedly do his best to en
force the law. Ho will have a body
of state police under his ordors, can
employ spies at his will, and the
poualties imposed by tho law for ille
gal selling are hoavy. Tho govoruor
has peisoual reasons for holding the
monopoly of tho salo of intoxicating
liquors iu tho slate's hands. Ho had
but KO.OOO with which.to buy liquors,
but has bought $300,000 worth, and
has pledged his personal credit for
Mr. Thomas Batte, editor of tho
Graphic, Texurkana, Arkansas, has
found what ho believes to bo tho
best remedy iu existence for tho llux.
His experience is woll worth romom-
I buring. Ho says: "Last summer 1
naii a vory sovoro atiacu oi mix. 1
triod almost overy known remedy,
nono giving relief. Chamberlain's
Colic, Choloru aud Diarrhoea Homo
dy was recommonded to mo. 1 pur
chased a bottle and rocoivod almost
I immediate rolief. I coutiuuod to
uso tho medicino aud was ontiroly
I ciued. 1 take pleasure in rccom-
, mending thin lomedy to any perbou
sull'oriug wij-h miuIi a dibouso, as in
my opinion it is the boat uiodiuino
iu oxihUutw." 5 aud fit) aiut bottles
I for salo by all dealers. Uunsou,
t Smith & Co,, agontu for tho ifawtil-
I iuu IiilumltJ,
1:30 P. M. SHARP.
1st RACE-QUEEN'S CUP Purse $30.
Running Race. J4-MlloDash for Ha
waiian Bred Horses.
2d RACE HONOLULU PURSE $50.
Trotting and Pacing.
2 in 3 to harness.
Mile Heats; best
3d RACE-MATCH RACE.
Running Race. 1 Mile Dash between
"Duko Spencer" and "Lord Brock,"
4tu RACE PRESIDENT HAWAIIAN
JOCKEY CLUB CUP.
Trottingand Pacing. Mile Heats; best
3 in 5 to harness. Free for all
Snt RACE-KALAKAUA CUP.
Running Kaco. Mile Dash for Ha
waiian Bred Horses owned by tho
Members of tho Club. Cup to become
the property of the ono winning it
6th RACE KAPIOLANI PARK CUP
Trotting and Pacing. Mile Heats; 3
Minute Class; best 2 in 3 to harness.
Free for all.
7tu RACE OCEANIC
Ji-Miie Dash. Free
All Entries to close on WEDNESDAY,
Aug. 2flth, at 2 o'clock r. m., at tho Oflice
of tho Secretary, and all Entry Fees 10
Percent of tho Purse; all Cups $10.
All Races to bo Run or Trotted under
the Rules of the Hawaiian Jockey Club.
All Horses not withdrawn by Friday,
Sopt. 1st, at 2 o'clock p. m., are expected to
All Horses are expected to appear on the
Track at tho 'tap of the bell from the
Judge's Stand, otherwise thoy will be
Admission 50 Cents
Grand Stand (extra). 50 Cents and $1 Oi)
Carriage (inside of course) $2 50
Quarterstrotch Badges $5 00
C. O. BERGER,
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Japanese Fancy Goods Store
Next door to tho Palace Ice Cream Parlors
OITEB FOn SALK !
Bed Covers, Handkerchiefs, Sliawls,
Scarfs, Sashes, Cushions, !
Doilies and Screens, Kimonos,
Fancy Silk and Cotton,
Very Fancy Silks
Hand painted aud Embroidered;
ParaboK Photo Frames, Card Cases,
jarvea woou una isnmooo screens,
Trays, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Hotel Street, - Oppo. Bethel St.
IS UOL1IIKQ A
GREAT BARGAINS !
IN ALL KINDS OF
Handsome and Artistic Goods,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc,
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
AUCTION v ROOMS
F. W. BAUER,
Auctioneer, Commission Agent,
Broker, Forwarding and Skipping
Fruit Consignment Agent.
LAND FOB SALE
AT IN'ILEI, HONOLULU,
Calm, a Valuable Plveu
of Lund, oloso to Uuv, .1, Wui
unuui's property, anil known us
"Pitlao'd Lund.1' Tuiiuh ihIi.
Anuyio j, w. ivAUAUMIA,
Or thrtfuiju Dull Tolu.iUS, Slurtml Tlu,o77,
"W. F. REYNOLDS, Pi-Op.
A Word about Our Basoball Supply
It Is Full and Complete
Tho Prices Can't bo Beat.
As before remarked our Opticnl Department
with the assistance of the infallible EY12ME'
TUlt fjnei steadily along, but ue hate a uord
ofwarninafor thme 1010 777-VA they will be
made tit look more ityliih by wearing glasses
talc Punch's advice and DON'T, unless you
wear only the frames.
Gold, Nickel, Steel & Shell Frames In Stock
SOLE AGENT FOR
SOLE AGENT FOR
The charm that keeps peace in overy
Guitars from $4 Up !
Our Stationery Department is roploto with
all Fashionable Society Papers.
Novels by overy steamer. Also the Latest
and Bct Bound Books to suit all
ages at Publisher's Rates.
Music and Books Ordered by Ever; Steamer.
Don't forget that we keep the Rest Assorted
Stock of Lawn Tennis Goods in
Hawaiian JTJ i (-y-J American
Legends & Myths of the Hawaiian Islands
By His Lato Majesty Kalakaua.
Sent to any address on receipt of $2.75.
PER BARK "C. D. BRYANT"
OF ALL STYLES
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
IS TIM: UTEST l'.VT TERNS.
HAND SEWING MACHINES
All witli the Latest Improvements.
ALSO ON HAND
Celebrated Cottage Pianos
Parlor Organs, Guitars
FOR SALE BY
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO,
King street, oppo. Castle &. Cooke.
Lot Branch Baths !
Extensive improvements have recently
been made at this popular resort, and the
management announce!) a re-opening on
THURSDAY, JULY 6th.
A JfEW AND COMMODIOUS
has been erected for tho accommodation
of Bathing and Dancing I'artle-i, and with
the now and Increased accommodations in
The Ladies Bathing Department
unusual facilities are o lie rod to La
dies and Children.
ftS A full assortment of Now Uatliing
Suitu just received. iGU-lm
Elegant -:- Restaurant
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Mrs. Lack's Building, Fort, botween King
and Meicliant streets.
Opening on Thursday, June 29th,
1 ' uftT lO .A.. Iwd.
0 Upstairs Room Reierved for Ladies
and their Escorts.
Home Cookery. Only White IIolp Employed.
FRANCES M. NIC0LL, : : Proprietor. !
THE K. K." BATHS
AT REIKI'S, WAIKIKI-KAI,
Aio now open to tho Public and will be
cunlt'd on us a
First-class Batliiug Resort
Five Minnies from tlio Gars,
fXV Intending visitors should leave the
ram !lm switch uftor imishIiii! the Walkllcl
' 1'oultry YurUa. TfWm
Aro Receiving Now Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY EVERY STEAMER
ic Printiae , Wee,
Where they aro fully prcpnrcd to do all
kinds of work In the lntcst styles, at
the shoucst notice and at the
most Reasonable Rates.
Fine Job Work in Colors a Specialty 1
Executed in the Most Attractive
Read the following partial list of spec
ialties and get the Bulletin's prices bo
fore plaeiug your orders. By so doing
you will save both time aud money.
Bills of Lading,
Receipts of all kinds,
Labels of every variety,
Petitions in any language,
Envelopes & Letter Circulars,
Sporting Scores & Records,
Perpetual Washing Lists,
General Book Work,
Etc.. Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Printed and Blocked when desirca.
Ggy No Job is allowed to leave the of
lice until It gives satisfaction.
It can be proved
Of any paper
Palace Ice Cream Parlors
Arlington Block, - Hotel Street.
Ice Cream, Soda Water, Candy, Etc.
COFFER, CHOCOLATE & TEA
MRS. ATWO0D, -
KING STREET HOUSE,
117 & 110 King St., cor. Alakea.
Comfortably Furnished Rooms
From $1.50 and Upwards Per Week.
Quiet Glean Rooms, Bath Up & Down Stairs.
A. MoDOWALL, - - - Proprietor.
iMl'OlirEIt ANU DliAI.KK IK
Gent's, Ladles' and Children's Boots, Shoes
No. 1Q3 Fort, Street.
IMHKUr IMI'OUTEII OK
KNOL1SH AND CONTINENTAL
No. Id Kaahumanu Htreut.
J. J. WILLIAMS.
PHOTO CKEL-AUEJ R
The Only Cvllemiua of Ultto'd Ylowi,