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FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
JOHN A. MoOALL, President.
SUMMARY OF REPORT:
BUSINESS OF 1803.
Premium Income $ 27,-t8S,0n7 .
Interest, Hcnts, etc 0,07-1,981)
Endowments nnd Annuities
Dividends, Purchased Insurance,
Total to Policy Holders
Number of New Policies Issued . . .
Amount of New Insurance Written
CONDITION JANUARY 1, 1801.
Assets $148,700,781 .20 J
Liabilities, 4 per cent Standard Kll.075.lol .03
., , -, ,. . .
rsumber of Policies in rorce
Amount of Insurance in l-orco 770,150,078.00
PROGRESS IN ISM.
Increase in Benefit to Policy Holders $ 1,043,437.84
Increase- in Assets . 11,201,582.22
Increase in Surplus 22O.0S2.08
Increase in Insurance Written 54,812,044 00
Increase in Instiriinep in I'orcn KO.DOS.II Ml till
Increase in Number of Policies in
increase in Number or rolicies Written in 18U3
over IS02 1S.852
Increase in New Premiums Income over that of
1802 1 ,082,008 .42
In tho following rospocU tho Now York Llfo, In 1803, haa BROKEN ALL
RECORDS ovor mado by Hortolf or any othor Company.
Fikst Number of policies applied for in 1803 05,500
Second Number of now policies actually written in 1S03
". 85,1 1 1
Thikd Amount of now insurance issued in 1893 ...$223,800,000
Fouuth Number of now policies actually paid for in 1803
Fifth Net gain in new business over the previous year
Sixth Net increase in number of policies in force 37,908
Seventh Net gain in insurance in force $89,908,0 49
O. O. BESR.C3-ER.,
PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
I3r FOR FOUR WEEKS -55
English Wardrobes, Plate Glass Front;
Marbletop Wash Stands,
Marblotop Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Diawors,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Koyal Worcester Vases,
Royal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
Eto., Etc, E3tO.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
33,80a,0-I(5 . .)."
2,101,002 . 5)0
17,025,0:50. l.S '
' ' ' ' .
OKNEUAIi AORNT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Anheusor-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins the Prize at tho
World's Fair with their
EAGLE" Brand Beor.
St. I,nt ik, Oct. '.", lt'.
Mrr. M.t'fni..vK ir Co,, In.,
1 1 'Hot It 111. II. 1,
PrnrSIr We have in-Ueil you n cony
nt tin- lllbc-leiiiicntt nlinniltii'liiff tho urciit
victory won liv t lit AMiiTin-lleeii Ani.
cutio.n with their "KAUl.l." llratnl of
ANilhl'MUMtUSCH IIIiKWINO A8SO- i
(Iftrcta! Itrtjuilrh In (lliilifllfniiiiTill.)
Wiintl-'" F.ttii, Clin mio, ti.i.., Oct '2ft.
Nn nwirtl lm t'ttrlu'cti tnmli i jmtlfyiiif
toft. I.tml jM'dilo mill o jittly mcrtt-tl
n tin otic iMVi'ti to-day by the I'liliiiiililun
Jury (if the Worl'f- Fair, coii'litl'i) nf con
nofiur mill ihttiili f thchipliiM rank,
to thi Atilieiior-llit-ch llrewlng Aoia-
t loll. II V iiM'IImm! oi itlirivn'liii liilllii'n
entorpriu. ntul lv ifiiij! lie hct material
tiroilttct'il In America mill i;
tiroilttcfii in America mni i.tiro)"', exciud
inj? corn nt'ti ntliiT iiiiiiitcTaiu-" or iimi. '
cat.-. ihi,llt!..r...t klinl-iiif tli. Aiiliiu.jr. j
llilvh beer liiivt i'i'ioiiii iln favorite with !
III) C(ini nt'it other mliiltiTalU" or xiirro-
,1... a..,...i,.. ., i.. ,.ii,i I,..,. ,...u-.......
itcrnl the hiifitt ntvunl In every ptirtUit-
J?1- ",M '"" " '"' ;'!!'.'
oltttiiln.111 Jury. 'I In bull dial
tin nwnnl givon todaviivthcji
ii tin ,
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(111 IV. ... I
l.ii.ftti-rtiiiiUr.tii..,,vh.iilt i-known thru
the illil'iTi'iit Iii.it rxhiiihtvl iiy tin An. I
ht'tl-fr-Itif-c-li lln wltii A--'i Int.oil hml to ,
t'linilK'ti' with liitnriil of tin iniKt cxri'l'
It-lit tliilnyt of iiiIht hntr. Tim fnct
t lint no nthiT ci'iiiTrii liii riTflvoil mi
timtiy tHiltit. for the v.irluit v-fiitlnl niiiil
Itlt" of (! I Ik.it fotillniii iitit'w the ll'in'
niill"ltili ii tho ltniliTiif nil Aiiiurlrittt
hi't-r. ntul Mr. Ailoli'hii" IIiim'Ii i'mii fill
jiroit.l tuvr till ri-Mtlt m jiifth imriti'd.
Tip ...&&' W
I -yCTIrllllP. lln -v T
1 "-J -.if l -
ny The above Is a Fac-slmllle oi the
Label of tbc " L'AGLC " Erand wlilcb took
tlie Prize. "
Tl. In onliTlni tlilt Iter ho mih- to
nk lor thu i:.V(il.i;" llrniiil.
Macfaiiauc & Co., L'd,
M'V-lf Aiirnh lir lliiiinlliiii lilumtt
Dai Nippon I
Tin' iiIiovp Siuri' hK rtvt'lvi'il iiinithcr
ilt.'iiillil liivuli'f of
JapanescSilk & Fancy Goods
Per S. S. "Oceanic."
Beautiful Silk and Crape
i'iihliui. Iitiili rovir,
I It'll t'ovt'r-, tiiiuii
liOIMFu. hi Allls.
fsAHlll.'. J At kl.lS,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IS liltKA'I VAIIIKiY.
CA In-ii'i'tiuii K(".'itfa!i) liniti-il.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
Rigger and Stevedore,
"W K, S3 O 1 El 3R. .
KhTI.MATi;s AND CMS'I IIA "I'S (V
Al.l. KIN lis (iK WOIIK.
The Sclir. 'MAIII.MAN1 "
Will rim rruulurh hi'twci'ii thl iort mill
W'iilalii.i K.iualli.ii. ii, .Mnl;iiliia, Krnui'-
i mil iiml I'liulUi mi tli- l-l,iinl of Diihii,
, For Kri'i(;lit, ttr., Uipl to til" Cjituhl.
' lk- liniiiri' nt ollli'ii ol .1 S. WiiIKit,
ovtir hiifi'kei- liunK, run trri'i. ii7 if
Iluvllli: wilil niir r.iltiri- htoi l tn
Messrs. Hoko & zur Oeveste
Our Slot'k tM'l In- ml'l oui atiialU Ii
ilnriil ii'( nil Muii'li ! t ni'M nlirli
"lA Itiil ' uill ft .1 ' l i-i'ii" mill U'
siirrrnli'il . tin ill i i- I nn.
MRS, G, E, BOARDMAN
r. r -ai. T - 'i
i?'''1.3tk v " I'liiiaueipiiia. i.uo , ireigin-cars o
Y- V A V'N the fotiutiy in lino would strotcl
,i ..'" v. "''""I Hoston to San Francisco,
' V .i) j"- San I-rancisco back to Uoston,
' 'r:j'r5Tvvrv V Uilv?"' again as far west as Chicago--a tola
-.VjAyff. Wi krit distance nf 7028 miles. Allan ta Con
A,7 M t A A 1 yN. nilt; ....
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M .fT.l? ?-'; t.'lrw
I.' V. 11 .1.7 I
OUR RAILWAY ARMY.
It is as Large as Emperor Willlam'i
It is improssivo to cousiilor that
1 tho moil employed by tho railways
of tho United States constitute a
body as largo as tho active, army iti '
, Germany, 73 norcont as largo as tho !
active army of Franco, f3 porreut as
largo as the active army of Russia,
and larger than tho active army of
Italy. Tlioy are a body largor than
the standing army of Austro-Uun-
gary, inoro than six times as largo as
tho standing army of Great Britain
and moro than thirty times as largo
;n (ho standing army of tho United
Tho labor performed by this army ;
of workers is prodigious to contom-
plate, llio total number of passon-
gors carried in 18!I2 being 060,1)58,211,
llio averago journey oi oacn person
was 21 miles. This allows a frac
tion moro than eight trips for ovorr
man, woman and child in tho coun
try. During tho same year 10$ tons i
of freight wero moved for every i
man, woman and child.
It is pretty gonorally understood I
that in respect to tho maguitudo of
its railway system tho United States :
is not approached by any other I
I'ouutry on tho faco of tho earth.
Our territory is gridironed with
moro than 10,000 miles oi track,
This would girdlo the globo uoarly
. ... ,. .?.. ... . '
than 170,000 miles of track.
seven times or wouiu iraverso us uta
meter more than twonty-ono times.
it wouiu rcuuiro uoarly lour months
(,.M .MM... M.W.M ...II... K.. I.....
ii it 1 1. nn, oiAkt liiiius an unit
twenty-lour hours a Uay, without
stops to travel from ono end to tho
comparison of our railroad mile-
ngo with that of other uatious shows
that wo have six miles to Germany's
tint; more iiiau uigui nines 10 ouooi
Great Dritniu; more than seven miles
to one of I'ranco; moro than seven
miles to one of I.tissia; more than
tU'ftlltV Itltlna In ritlii .if Ttnlv mill '
the United Statos. if hitchod with .
their tenders in a single lino, would
make a tram 337 miles long, extend
ing from I'mton in a straight line to
a point thirty-six miles south of
i I l.i n i t i i
Wa3toful Uso of Exhaust Stoam. j
Ili'onoiiiy from tho uso of exhaust
fleam from an engine for honling J
piirit).i's lins bocomo no gouorallj
looked upon ns a mattor of cotirno
I lint it would seom to inanj nlmost !
lilto rank heresy to question tho ad-'
visability, in any case, of utilizing bo
oliviuiwly valuablo n '.vasto product
-in fact, to actually rvcoiiiiuotid '
t!irovln;r it awny and substilutiny I
in its plaeo live uteain from a holler. .
livery oiiKineor known that aftor
Hteaui lias performed its legitimate I
fiiuetiou in a iion-condeiisi:iK en
gine, ntul has there reached its limit ,
of iin-ftilness as a propelling agent
behind tho piston, it still possesses a !
very considerable amount of heat ,
which can bo profitably extracted
in a variety of way- For years, in
fact, mtiiioiis wore pruauliml, mid
tiro still being preached, on tho ad
vantages to bo derived from tho sev
eral methods of turning this steam
to Mimo account, until, at last, own
ers of boilers ami engines becamo
educated up to that point where
they recognized that by passing tho
exhaust through heating systems
ami feed-water heaters, instead of
allowing it to escapo directly into
the opou air, thoy could virtually
get Homothing for nothing.
That iu laying out such systems,
however, there aro qualifications to
bo obcrv!;d which may make all tho
diirerenco between gain and loss
huouiH to have been overlooked in
many instances, and, as a couse-
quoiiee, suggestive results can bo
louud iu uuinbers, strikingly show -
ing that exhaust steam mav some -
times be profitably allowed to go to i
Uriof mention of ono of several .
eases, known to tho writer, may bo
of interest. The facts iu thu oho
here selected were ascertained iu in
dicating a proper basis for steam
charges. The back pressure observ-1
etl amounted to about 15 pounds per
M-iHire inch, and was due to tho fact
that the exhaust steam was passod
through a series of coils of 2-inch
pipe, placed iu a tank which served
as a food-water heater. It was, of .
, course, a question of some interest
to tho users whether this way of j
! heating tho feed-water was a wood
one, or whether bettor results could .
be obtained by pumping wator into
the boiler at its normal temperature I
and allowing the engine to exhaust
freely into tho open air through a i
larger pipe, thus bringing tho back
pressure down to tho atmosphere
or, at least, near it. A few simple
calculations showed that, when work-1
iug against tho back pressure, the i
engine used about 1100 pounds of j
steam, equivalent to about 120
pounds ol coal, more per hour than
when exhaust iug freely into tho open '
air, and this stoam did work iu heat-
j iug which wouiu have been easily
accomplished by about 22 pounds of
I coal if burnt directly under the '
i boilers. It seems almost needless to '
I say that tho heater was removed,
and that its owner learned some
, thing about exhaust steam using
that was in tho nature of a rovota
I lion. Alhtii Sjiiea in Casnier't Magn- ;
, Jim . i
A severe rhoiiinatie pain iu the left
shoulder had troubled Mr. -I. JI.
Loper, a well known druggist of Dos
.Moines, Iowa, for over six months.
At timen the jmln was so severe that
he fiiuld not lilt anything. With
all he could tlo ho could not get rid
of it until he applied (Jhaiuberlain's
I'ain Halm. "1 only made three ap
plications of It," ho says, "ami havo
Miii'o noon free from all pain." Ilo
now recommends it to persons sinu-
I...I.. ..ill:.... .1 i. I . ..I i ... ii
uiriy iiuiicien. u in uir saio ny nil
dealers. Itenson. Smith Ai Co.. aionts
i for the Hawaiian Islands.
Golden Ruie Bazaar.!
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
We do not no in for winding out
Spectacles and Ky glasses, but we can
fit you at prices in accordance with the
OOtt LINK OK
DOLLS & GAMES
IS WKl.t. ASSORTED.
J-v. m-C0 -J
ALL KINDS OK
Needles & Fittings I
Tin- Kllic ol All Tywrltrr.
Purses and Card Cases,
Tennis Rackets and Supplies,
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
Supply of Fine Stationery,
Guitars from $4.00 Up.
S Music and
Books ordered by
Anil ilon't force! (!ASII Ik thi
Iiii.Im of our liitnci ntul Ii ttlwnyit talks.
FOR. ElJLJL.'El !
Tin timltw'itni'il olViTi for nlc the follow
liiK Ilcntitifnl HliK-lc:
Tin: mi: iioiisk
' ,,. .
j "IUIKE SPENflER
MMllMkU OX JJllUllIi
AMI TIIK I'lll.LlUVIMJ MMICII
"Angic A.," "Josio W.,"
"Sully Bluck" and Colt,
"Yum Yum" unrl Colt,
I "Ivory," "Violet,"
"Truo Hluo" nnd Colt,
tW J-'illl I'l'illitreeH of the nlioviifitn ho
I turnm can urraiii:iMl to milt tho tlinun,
neon iti tiri iiiuii'iii btiiiilc. wiii-ro ni v una
Greenfield Stables, : Kaplolanl Park.
i .. r
j W. 11. KIUKAUL).
Mokuleia Stock Fan
WII.I, COVKIt TEN MAI1KH AT
"Sonny Boy" Service, S20.
FINE HORSES FOR SA.LB !
037 .iu-.r bt
(looil r.intiiniKu I'V thu iiiiitilli oryi'itr.
llorM' will wi'll-lookoil ufltir
ntul kt'it In i.ulilook.
Ill K h TANIIA Ull 1(11 1 ll lllorriMI MM.UION
Iteeord 'Jill.' in Honolulu, I
Will iiiiike tlm Hi-moil nt tlil lliini'h until i
Jul) 1, ls!U. TIUtMh, .ln.
I)H UII'IIMn: I'uilnl ISMl, lilnoil lniy, III I
IiiuuIk lilith uml ueipln 1 11.0 .iiuinU. ,
I'kiih.iiki:: lly "t.r ivi'iior," In "Ail-
inliiUtrntur," ly "lt.l.k'i Hniiillioniiiii
10." Hum hy "Niilwoiiil," rei'oril 'Jtl-t;, i
For further imrlluular 1 1 ) ) 1 to
J. I' MKNIlilNCA Kiiiii'ohc,
'. IIOIli;, lloiiolnlii.
01' TIIVI'UTH. WATIIlt
ron lioiiinl iJiu.illniii. caeh),
r.,,,,1 i.,..l- i,,,. ,i i.,L 7.. ,. ...i ..;;.
mm inlln Irom the i Oillen ut ") cunts '
..u. I a ....i
i ,,",,1" "I'l" " ,,, ,..,...,
, 1. N. HAW I.IN8.
I usi T.lu. w. i. o. ltu i. 'ma-im
-ff'f ' f -!?
Notice to Consumers 1
The new uorlcs of the Hawaiian
Electric Co. being now completed,
notice is hereby given that from
and after January 16th the Com
pany is prepared to supply incan
descent electric lighting to cus
tomers. In a few days the Company will
also be prepared to furnish electric
motors for power, and of which
due notice will be given.
The Company further announce
that they are prepared to receive
orders for interior wiring and can
famish fixtures and all fittings in
connection with new service.
Printed rules, regulations and
Company's rates can be had on
application to the Superintendent.
Wm. G. IRWIN,
PltnsinKNT II. E. CO.
Mt'T. MI-TKI.i:t'llONK8 -llri.t 471.
V. O. liox 3SI.
HAVE JUST UECEIVED
l'cr 8. U. "Oct'aiilf." Den. 1th,
A I..IHOK VAItlKTV Ol'
Suitable (or Christmas Trade.
Of Olll'oront Varieties ami I.uten Patlcrun.
S1IIKT8, SILK IIANDKKIICIIIKI'S,
I'OItOKbAIN TKA 8KT8,
Ktt:., i;ti'., Ktc. ICtc.
Low Prioes !
411 -:- King-:- Street
Corner Ilo'el ami Nininnii Ht.
. . MUTUAL TELE. No. 438 . .
Kecclveil cr S. 8. "Oei'inilc"
Silk Dress Goods,
I.intle.' uml dents' Bilk llumlkerolilufs,
O-exits' Sillt Shirts
With Foitr-ln-hmiil Ties to mutch.
WlmWor Silk Scarfs, extra loan; IjuIIph'
uml Genu' 811k .SuhIiux, nil similes;
Japanoso Crope of All Colors,
(luntloiut'ti'h Jaiiunese ('ruK Bltlrt. inutltt
in YoUeluiiau perfect tit.
I.iuIIch' uml Omits' Kino .Straw l!ttt,
JiiijtU'.s China Tea bets,
.luiuiii"-o Klowur I'ots,
Unlles' Silk ChiiinlsH,
Ilamlsuinu Silk Quilts, Ktc.
aT -A. TiL EJ "dX
The llust Food for Infants.
Wu lmvu a lurge niftortiiiont of
Which wt oiler nt Very Keatinulile Prices.
A FINK JAl'ANKSK hTKAMEIt
Duo here on or about March '.'."th, nnd
uiil lie tluiiiitt!hiil uitli MhII.s and
l'iohcitjt'ib fur the above
I'ort on or about
Ctt- Fur further irtii'iilars ri'iinllnu
I'iiuhukii mill 1'rulnlit, uiily tn
K. OGURA & CO.,
For IjOoiiI Xowk
Are Receiving New Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY EVERY STKAMEK
Electric Printing Office,
Where they nrc fully prepared to do ull
kinds ol work Iu the lntost ntyles,' ut
thu shortest notice ttiul nt thu
most Iteasotiahlu liat.
Fine Job Work Id Colors a Specially I
Executed In the Most Attiucllvo
Rend the following pnrthd list of spec
ialties iiml get tho Bulletin's prices be
fore placing your orders. By so doing
you will save both time and uiouey.
Bills of Lulling,
Receipts of all kinds,
Labels of every variety,
Petitions iu any language,
Envelopes & Letter Circulars,
Sporting Scores & Records,
Perpetual Washing Lists,
Ceueral Hook Work,
Elc, Ktt., Etc., Etc.,
Printed nnd Mucked when desired.
mUT No Job la allowed to lenvn llm of
llco until It Klves lutmliictioii,