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JOHN A. McCALL, President.
BUSINESS OF 1892.
Premium Income $25,010,1 13.93
Interest, Rnt9, etc 5,S9G,47G.90
Total Income, ... $30,936,590.83
Death Claims ', $7,890,589.29
Endowments and Annuities 2,484,432.29
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 JAJN. 1, 1893.
Assets, .... $137,499,198.99
Liabilities, 4 Percent Standard..;..." $120,094,250.89
Number of Policies in Force 224,008
Amount of Insurance in Force $689,248,629.00
PROGRESS IN 1892.
Increase in Benefits to Policy-ljolders $ 1,323,521.45
Increase in Assets 11,551,908.18
Increase in Surplus 1,663,924.79
Increase in Insurance Writtc n 20,940,088.00
Increase in Insurance in FjO'rce 60,165,451.00
O. O. I3HJR.O-ESPJ.
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
C H A S . HUSTACE,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FBBD.TianE.nd;ssriLg K
' and Urouuds under proper cultivation.
Location same as House No. 1 and same
terms to a good party at prlioTO SUIT
Fresh California Roll
Hew Goods Received by Every
All Orders faithfully attended
solicited and packed with care.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street
BOTH TELEPHONES 240-
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill PORT STREET.
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every Gala. Steamer
ICE HOUSE GOODS A SPECIALTY.
Island Ordors Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Orooeries, Provisions eixicl Weed.
New Goods Received by Every Packet Irom the Eastern States and Europe.
BRESH OALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All Ordors faithfully attended to and Goods delivered to any part of the City free.
Island Orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
"Blast Oornar Fort Aa ICinnr Btrootn,
e. b. thomas,;thE K. K. BATHS
BTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS
of Brick. Iron. Stone and Wooden
Buildinirs. All kinds of Johbinc in the
building trade attended to. Keupi for salo :
Brick, Lime, Qtinient, Iron btonu J'Ino and
Fittings. Old and New Corrugated Iron,
Mintou Tiles, Quarry Tilen, assorted siet
and colors; California and Monterey Sand, i
Granite Curbing and Works, etc., etc.
gj0 Ofllco and Yard: Corner King and
Stnith streets. Otllce Hours: H to Vi a.m.,
Ito4r.M. Telephones: Bell Ml; Mutual
417. Residence : Mutual 110. 1'. O. Box
AFIRST-OLAfeS FAMILY BATHING
Resort at Wulklkl. Tram cars pasf
the gate. Special urraugeinenta can bo
tnadu for Family 1'lcnlcs and Evening
llfttliltiK Parties. fiH-tf
IK 1 CAN BE OF ANY SKRVICE'IO
X you In tho nay of Sharpening Scissors,
Carving Knives, Laun Mowers. Flllui;
Buws, Reiialrlng Sprinklers and Water
Tans and Laylug I'l, SoldorliiK Tinware,
Rotting Glass. Jtupalrlng Furnlttiro or
Mending Ganlcii llote, eto.. etc.. pleosu
ring up Mutual Telephone No, Ut before
D i. M. or btwMn I9ud li&Or. m. I
lib-U H, rV VVUQKit), I
flutter and Island Butter
Steamer from San Francisco.
to. Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Orders
Bel. Fort and Aiakea Streets.
P. O. BOX 872.
-P. O. BOX 2U7
-P. O. BOX 148.
AT REIKI'S, WAIKIKI-KAI,
Are now open to thu Public and will be
carried on as a
First-class Bathing Resort
Five Minutes from the Cars.
Intending visitors should leave the
cars first switch After passing the Waikiki
Poultry Yards. 7ii0-8m
1 Family Carriage Horse, b"1
1 Phaeton in Good Order,
1 Covered Brake,
1 Imported Jersey Cow.
It. I. lillii:.
utT. H, I)uleACo.'s.
Subtoribe for th PaHy llulUlin, 60
fMuf ftr month.
To Lot or Itonso.
-ITOUBB TO LHT ON
XX Fort streut, next
tlio School liouo.
ilross'T. O. Jlox31l
Bench, ft riirntshcil
Cottage with Cookhouse
accommodation. Tor par
ticulars impiito IU'M.ktin Ofnco,
NEW IIOUSK OF KIVK
rooms on Magazine
lUrcpt, with Bathroom, put
o it W. O.. eto. Commands
une of tho (lnet views In Honolulu. ApplJ
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS
fXr. BLOCK FROM UK
J retatita street oars.
Cool nml Convenient Cot-
tnce of Six Rooms, Lan
Lot, Stable anil Chickon House. Apply to
E. K. HENDRY,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s 8toro.
TO LEASE OB FOB SALE.
rpHE PREMISES AT
JL Pearl City, F.w a, with
tho Dwelling and Stables
thereon formerly occuoittl
"by B. T. Whito. Terms reasonable and
possession givon at once. Apply to
7f3-2w JOHN F. OOlJlURN
NKW COTTAGE NO. I.
CONTAINING FIVE ROOMS. .MJ
Pantries to Kitchen and figis
Dinlne-room. Kitchen and Dm.
ing-rootu lloors painted, other room lnind-
somciy paperru aim nnisnea; 1'atent w.
C, Bathroom, Servants' Room, Woodroom,
Chicken House nnd Yard. The Grounds
properly cultivated, containing Fruit Trees,
shrubs and Flowers. These premises are
located one block from Borotania street and
one mile from town. Can bo leased by a
eood party at a reasonable rent TO SUIT
NEW COTTAGE NO. II.
flONTAININQ SIX ROOMS,
i j.tnmi, xiay w inuow , tsai
oony. interior of house hand
somely graineu ana paporiu, iutcnon anu
Dining-room floors painted, l'anor floor
carpeted, other lloors matted nnd oil
clothed, ull new. House sets up seven feet
from ground enclosed all around, Win
dows, Doors, etc. Two Patent W. C's,
Bathroom, Washroom, Servants' Rooms,
Tool Room, Chicken House and Yard,
Larue Cairiaoo Houe and Stable with
' X. B. All waste water fiom sink, etc.,
is uurrieu uirougn pipes to largo unuK
CSf Apply at Bui.urriN Olllco or to
J. A. Mngoon. 774-tf
Real Estate Agency,
No. SIO Fort Street.
1 House on Alako.i street next Pacific
Club $-') per Month.
1 House on Rcietunia street near Plikoi,
0 Rooms, Hath, etc. $'0 per Month.
1 House on Emma Square $15 per
1 Store on Nuuaim street.
2 Houses on Beretuuia street.
2 Houses on Tort street.
Honso ami Lot on Berotania street near
Penbacolu. 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 flrt-
G. E. BOA RDM AN,
Bruce & A. J. Cartwright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
JL and Well-appointed
2-Story Brick Building
with Pleasant Grounds.
formerly tho residence of tho lato H. J.
Hart, situate on Nuuanu Avenue below
School street. Terms easj. 0J3-tf
NOTE Before seeking or rlosing bar
gains clsenhcre, it will pay you to scan
our column, and to at opco consult tho
unuersigncu at tlielr otllce.
' tW We keep Property In Krst-elass
, Condition. Our terms are moderate and
, as Landlords wo will always be found rea
sonable in our dealings.
i Ctf Apply in each case to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRiaflT,
, "Cartwright Building," Merchant street.
1 House and Lot on Llllha strpet.
! L' Lot on Kuukini street, between Nuuanu
I avenue and Llllhu street.
3 House and Lot on tho Pulama road.
i TO LET
j 1 -Houfe and Ijt on Emma street.
I i! House and Lot on Llllha street.
VU For further particulars, apply to
J. M. MONSAHRAT.
C'artwright's Block, Meirhuut struct,
riVlK SCHOONER 'NORMA,' f-ht
X. &3 Tons Reglstor, substuu. &!
iiuiiy ouiit oi uiik ami tt-tuir; vSt
Copper and Coppor Fastened, -v?S
for iini'o bum nariiuuiurc iippiy
, VI tl THKO If 1VVIKH'0
rpHK WKEKLY ULLETIN-ai COI
X uum of Iutoreitlng KoadlnK Mutter
fiUndi,l4 mailed to fnreign ponutrlei,
4 iSVi r i
.. Aa" IS"iJi!iI-
".I ' ' " 'Mfir i
ONE WHO KNOWS CROWDS.
Curious Story of tho Hawaiian Revo
lution, by a Londonor.
Tho following nrtiolo by Olomout
Scott, of tho stnlT of tho Illustrated
London Nows. is from tho issuo of
that journal of July 15:
TUE nOYAL, WEDDINO IMPRESSIONS OF
I have had a I'ousidornblo oxpori-
ouco of crowds UUritiK a anxious
and busy life. 1 doirt inuait tho
uioro looking at crowds from a balco
ny or bow window anyono can do
that. Tho most appalling crowd
that I ovor saw from a comfortable
bow window was on tho occasion of
tho Trafalgar Siunro riols, when,
from a plato glass window at tho
Union Club, Trafalgar Square, on
tho occasion of tho memorable riots
t saw with my own oyos the most
splendid uxample of law and author
it' as against rocklossucss and mob
rule. 1 saw tho polico bohavo on
that occasion as only tho polico of
London can behnvo. I saw tho
special constabliH assemble to assist
the polico. I snw the coward crowd
testing tho patienco of tho polico to
tho vorgo of madness. I heard tho
Ttiot Act road, and thon I saw tho
troops como out secrotly in tho
silence of tho night from hidden
quarters. I saw tho London magis--trato
riding at tho head of tho Lifo
Guards, and from that moment tho
doGant crowd slunk homo ignomini-
otisiy (leioatou. Xlioy can "bash" a
bobby, but they don't like tho look"
of the soldiers with loadod firearms:
they will faco a truncheon but don't
like tho look of a revolver. That
was a vory nasty crowd in Trafalgar
Square, as I watched it hour after
hour from tho Union Club. But of
peace-loving crowds I could toll
stories without end. The most en
thusiastic crowd I over saw was
when H. R. H. tho Prince of Wales
camo through Loudon with Princess
Aloxandra, tho brido-olect, and was
greeted with a triple volloy of ohoors
all tho way from Gravosond to Wind
sor Castle. 1 was in a balcony in
Pall Mall at the War Ollico on that
memorable occasion. Tho most de
vout and solemn crowd 1 over saw
was when tho Princo of Wales drove
in au ooen carriaco with Her Maios-
t.v In t-otlirn ll.n.ilra t St "Pniil'J!
Cathedral after his recovery from an
almost fatal illness. Then I was on
foot among tho crowd. I stood un
der St. Clement Dane's Church, cloae
to tho Illustrated London News,
when tho procession passed. The
most loyal crowd assembled to
see tho grandest procession that
eyes will ever see was at tho
Queen's jubilee. Thon 1 stood closo
by the western portico of West
minster Abbey, and while life lasts
I shall never forgot tho procession
of kings, queons, emperors and
princes that swept from tho Victoria
Tower to the Abbey door. It al
most took your breath away. Tho
figure I shall always see "in that
momorablo procession is that of tho
beloved Fritz, afterwards Emperor
of Germany for too brief a time.
What a hero looked Fritz in his
whito uniform, "anaxandron," a king
among men! " Yes, tho Princo of
Wales's marriago procession was tho
most enthusiastic, tho thanksgiving
procession was tho most solemn, tho
jubileo show was tho most pictures
que, but tho recent Duko of York
and Princess May procession was tho
most remarkable in all my recollec
tion for two things. What woro
they? Well, first, tho absolute solf
control of the crowd; secondly, the
splendid discipline of the London
police. I have been round the world
and seen many sights, but I declaro
that there is no crowd in the uni
verse that can discipline itself hotter
than an Euglish crowd, and there is
no police force in existence that can
hold a candle to tho London police.
Don't let this fact bo forgotten. We
all of us ought to bo proud of our
crowds and our polico. They under
stand one another to a nicety.
1 studied that crowd at tho recent
royal wedding very carefully, and
when I camo home enthusiastic and
dolighted with what I had seen, I
said to mysolf, "Why on earth do wo
not give tho people more holidays
like this?" Seo how thoy humanize
tho masses! Seo what happiness is
attained by sunshine, music and
color! Wo havo a Court why
should it be bound up in crape and
black-edged papor? W6 havo an
aristocracy why should it not
plume its feathers and show its dia
monds, as it did at the state visit to
tho Opera, a little more frequently?
We havo Guards and Lifo Guards,
aud Horso Guards Blue, and House
hold Troops, all in gold and scarlet
and blue, and Cuirasses in helmets
aud trappings why on eatth are
thoy all hiddou away in barracks?
Wo havo bands of music, tho best
in tho world, bands capable of
giviug everlasting delight why are
they not compelled to play to
tho people in tho parks as thoy
used to do when I was a child,
poromptouly and rogularly, in Ken
sington Gardous? No one knows suf
ficiently the power of music. When
I was in Honolulu recently tho
opera boulfo revolution was abso-
, lutoly chookod by a popular band.
1 Tho people wanted to rovolt. Thoy
had nothing bottor to do. A rovo
I lution nt Honolulu is pour jmrnter le
temps. But a popular baud of an
extraordinary olinractor, a baud that
in tiie first part plays classical music
i from Boothovon to Wagner, aud in
' tho second sings comic s6ngs, the
i conductor boing the chief comic
Btngor this band put down tho
revolution. It had belonged to tho
Quooii. Now it belonged' to thu poo
plo. Tho band played in tho public
gardens, and tho pooplo turned
away from tho revolution, Tho mis
sionaries and tho annexation party
might howl thomsolvori lioarhO, but
music was hotter than revolution.
Yes, this was a strong impression
couvoym to my mind on tho occa
sion of our rccou t pngonnt: Wo
ought to havo more holidays, more
nrocoHHinns, morn music, inoro bantlH,
f ho pooplo long to bo niuusod. Wo
take no trouble to amtiHO them.
Abiond ovory saint's day in tho
calendar is a holiday. That may bo
too much, but our bunk holidnya
and chance fustivilioa nro far too
And thon tho sploudid discipline
and admirable demeanor of tho Lou
don polico! You havo no idea how
good and valuable thoy aro uutil
you havo visited other countries. I
was at Chicago when tho World's
Fair was openod by President Glove
land on May 1. Horo I am on safo
grounui for my worthy oditor was j
in tho snmo boat as mysolf and will
uoar mo out in want I say. Tlio con
trol of this awful Chicago crowd in
tho World's Fair grounds was en
trusted to raw youths and pro
vincial boobios, who put ou blue
uniforms nnd callod thomsolves Co
lumbian Guards. Thoy had no moro
idea of controlling or .Understanding
a crowd than thoy had of interpret
ing cuneiform inscriptions or trans
lating Sanscrit'. Half an hour boforo
President Clovoland started his ora
tion I said to a press friend, "This
pon in which Wo staud will bo wreck
ed." "Nonsonso," ho said. "Well,
all right," I answorod, "it may bo
nonsense," but I understand crowds.
This crowd isboing irresistibly push
od forward by idiotic Columbian
Guards over there, and is boing
weakly resisted by half a dozon baby
boys under our noses. There will
bo a crash!" What is tho good of
controlling a crowd by talking uon
sonso and by unsheathing swords
uiat, no ono couio. or woiuu uso'upon
inoffensive sight-seers? In loss than
ton minutes our press pen was
wrecked. We had to haul fainting
men and women over a barrior amid
the selfish protosts of thoso who had
got froo tickets and wanted to pro
servo their respectability. And wo
of tho press should havo been in an
awkward position had we not fought
our way to safety tooth and nail,
hammer aud tongs, oblivious of tho
curses of the invited guests who
would have gladly soen us all killed
like rats in a pit, and thinking noth
ing of tho Columbian Guards who
threatened us with patrol wagons
and police colls. Tho journalists
showed tho way on that occasion
and helped to save life jeopardised
by amateur officials, jacks in office,
and absolute want of discipline. Tho
succoss of last woek was tho triumph
of tho Loudon police the finest
civilian army in tho wide world.
Dear friends, ono word of advice
in your ear. If you havo never been
round the world or studied other
countries, never do two things. Never
underpay a cabman your wholo life
long, and never abuse a policeman.
When you return homo you will
bless the sight of a cabby and be
proud of the "man in blue." Why,
iu uuicago x paiu oigm snunngs tor
a cab to take a lady 150 yards in a
rainstorm. In tho same delightful
city my lifo was daily in immediate
danger owing to tho absoluto incom
petency of tho civil force. As a
celebrated farcical horo once observ
ed, "I like London," ar.d I am heart
ily glad to bo home again.
Mr. H. J. Mayers, of Oakland, Md.,
says: "I havo sold thirteen bottles
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to-day ana am literally sold out.
This is tho largest sale ou record of
any ono preparation iu a day o'vor
our counters. It gives tho best sat
isfaction of any cough medicine we
handle, and as a seller it leads all
other preparations on this market."
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for the Hawai
PER BARK "C. D. BRYANT"
OP ALL STYLES
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
II THE LArhrtr lmtRNB.
HAND SEWING MACHINES
All with the Latest Improvements.
ALSO ON HAND
Celebrated Cottage Pianos
Parlor Organs, Guitars
FOR SALE BY
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO,
King street, onpo. Castle it Cooke.
Palace Ice Cream Parlors
Arlington Mock, - Hotol Strt-tt.
Ice Cream, Soda Water, Candy, Etc.
COFFEE, CHOCOLATE & TEA
iMionrKK ami Dkaicii in
, Ladles' and Children's Boots, Shoes
No. 103 jrort Streat,
uim.cr imiuhuh or
ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL
No, U lUihoCHDu itrit,
HAVING HRBN APPOINTED
. BOTTLED BY THE
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n,
AND FOR' THE
BOTTI.KD BY THE
Jos, ScWitz's Brewing Corap'y,
OFFER THK SAME
LOWEST RATES !
We Having Just Received
ANOTHER FULL CARGO OF
HAY and GRAIN
Pur Hawaiian Bark "Manna Ala,"
1500 Bales of Large and Ji Hay.
2000 Baps Surprise No. 1 White and
1M0O Bags Wholo Barley.
1000 Bags Rolled Barley.
&W0 Bags Coarse and Finn Brau.
600 Bags Middlings.
300 Bags Mixed Feed.
200 Bags Clioico Wheat.
200 Bags Cracked Corn.
.100 Bags Roiled Oats.
100 Bags Small Yellow Corn.
70 Bags Oil Cake Meal.
selected these Goods during our last
trip to the Coast, thoy are
ALL FIRST CLASS
And cost no more than poorer qualities
now on the market.
Give Us a Trial !
Bed Rock Prices!
ALLOUDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
KIHG- & WRIGHT,
7!H lm-32 4t
ALOHA BATH HOUSE
- - NEAREST TO TOWN - -
Good Accommodation for Bathers
Bell Telephone 157.
MRS. J. H. REIST,
EING STREET HOUSE,
117 & 111 King ht., cor. Ahikeo.
Comfortably Farnislied Rooms1
From $1.50 and Upwards Per Week.
Quiet Clean Rooms, fiatb Up & Down Stairs.
A. MoDOWALL, - - - Proprietor.
J. J. WILLIAMS.
The Only Collection ot Island Views.
All kind of Vomvwrohil Printing
promptly exeoutrd Im raht at tkt
1:30 P. M. SHARP.
1st RAOE-QUEEN'SjOUP-Purse ?50.
Running Race. J-Milo Dash for Ha
wniian Hred Horses.
2d RACE-HONOLULU PURSE-50.
Trottingand Pacing. Mllo Heats; best
2 in .3 to harness. Hawaiian Bred
Ho RACE-MATCH RACE.
Running Race. 1 Mile Dash between
"Duko Spencer" and "Lord Brock."
4th RACE-PRESIDENT HAWAIIAN
JOCKEY CLUB CUP.
Trotting and Pacing. Mllo Heats j be9t
3 in 6 to harness. Free for nil
Sin RACE-KALAK.AU A CUP.
Running Race. Mile Dash for Ha
waiiau Bred Horses owned by the
Mombcrs of tho Club. Cup to become
the property of tho one winning It
6th RACE KAPIOLANI PARK OUP-
Trotting and Pacing. Mile Hrnts; 3
Minute Class; best 2 In 8 to harness.
Free for all.
7th RACE OCEANIC STEAMSHIP
.Running Race. Ji-Mile Dash. Free
All Entries to close on WEDNESDAY,
Aug. 29th, at 2 o'clock p. m., at the Office
of the Secretary, and all Entry Fees 10
Percent of the Pur.c; all Cups $10.
All Races to be Run or Trotted under
the Rules of the Hawaiian Jockey Club.
All Horses not withdrawn by Friday,
Sept. 1st, at 2 o'clock p. m., are expected to
All Horses ore expected to appear on the
Track at tho tap of tho bpll from the
Judge's Stand, otherwise thoy will be
Admission 60 Cents
Grand Stand (extra). 50 Cents and l 00
Carriage (Inside of course) $2 80
Quarter8treteh Badgos $6 00
C. O. BERGER,
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club.
ipanese Fodcj Goods Store
Next door to the Palace Ice Cream Parlors
HAS JOST BECEIVKU
Beautiful Silk for Ladies' Dresses
IN SILK AND COTTON;
EMBROIDERED V SILK v PARASOLS,
CARD AND NOTE OASES,
Etc., Etc., Eto., Etc.
116 King Street (Makal Side)
Bet. Kekaulike St. and King Street Bridg.
HAS rOB BALE
AU Kinds Japanese Silk,
OREPE, STRAW HATS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Largo Assortment !
Uotel'Street, . Oppo. Bethel St.
IS IIOLMNQ A
GREAT BARGAINS I
-IN ALL KINDS OK-
Handsome and Artistic Goods
Etc, Kir., Eto., Etc.
J. M, de SA e SILVA,