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FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
JOHN A. McOALL, President.
SUMMARY OF REPORT:
BUSINESS OP 189:5.
Premium Income 27 .488.057 . I4
Interest, Uents, etc
Total Income 33,803,0 10. "
Deuth Claims 8,440,003.40
Endowments and Annuities 2,404,002 . 00
Dividends, Purchased Insurance, etc 4,103,4")3.01
Total to Policy Holders $ ir.,038,4no.27
Number of New Policies Issued 8",1 11
Amount of New Insurance Written 1228,417,1 14 00
CONDITION JANUARY 1, 1804.
Assets 148,700.781 .20
Liabilities, 4 nor cent Standard
Surplus 17,025,030 . IS
Number of Policies in Force 253,870
Amount of Insurance in Force 770,150,078 00
PROGRESS IN 18!).'.
Increase in Benufito to Policy Holders 1,043,437 84
Incrcaso in Asset? . 1 1,201,582.22
Increase in Surplus 220,082.08
Increase in Insurance Written 54,812,044 .00
Increase in Insurance in Force 80,008,040.00
Increase in Number of Policies tit Force 37,008
Increase in Number of Policies Written in 1S03
over 1802 18,852
Increase in New Premium Income over that of
In tho following" rotpocU tho Now York Llfo, In 1803, hat BROKEN ALL
RECORDS ovor mndo by Horaolf or nny othor Company.
Fikst Number of policies applied for in 1803 05,500
Skcond Numbur of now policies actually written in 1803
Tin tin Amount of new insurance
Fourth Number of new policies
Fifth Net gain in new business over the previous year
Sixth Net increase in number or policies in fluou 37,008
Suvkntii Nut gain in insurance in force $80,008,040
BM-lm OKNEUAI. AOENT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
t& FOR FOUR
English Wardrobes, Plate Glass Front;
Marbletop Wash Stands,
Marbletop Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Royal Worcester Vases,
Royal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sots,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
mto., Etc, Elto.
131,075,151 .03 j
instn-tl in 1S03 ...$223,800,000
actually paid for in 1803
Anhouser-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins the Prize at the
World's Fair with their
"EAGLE" Brand Beer.
St. Lon, Oct. 29, 1 MM.
MltftllR. MAl'FMtl.AMK .V Co., t.'li.,
Honolulu, II. I.
''ir7rx Wc linvi' iimIIciI you a copy
of tliu (Ilobc-Dtiiivi'nit announcing the treat
victory won bv the Asim-Hrn-llox-u Awn.
ciation with their "BAULK" llriuul of
(fyxctnl lr)Hitch to llhliclhmiicriit.)
Wori.Ii'k Run, Cllli'Aiin, li.t., Oct. at.
No award lins ever been inmlc so gratifying
to Ht. I.011N ttcnple nml io Justly merited
a the one pfven tn-dnv by the I'olutiiMan
Jury ol the World's Kit If, eonl-tlnn ol eon
nofoetira nml chetnit of tlirlilghc't milk,
to the Anlu-u-cr-llUM-li llrcwlni; Acla
tlon. Ily method of unrivalled lmliics
etiterprlto. nml by tt!Irift the bext material
prodiieiil In America unit Ktiroc, nichtd
liiK corn nml other nilultirnnt or Mirm
Kntei, tho dlUeri-nt kind of tho Anlieucr-llit-cli
liccr hnvo become thn favorite-, with
the Aiuerlcnii ikmiHo, nml Imvo now con
quered the highest award In every particu
lar, which hnd to be coii-dilered by the
t'oluinlilnii jury. The lilf-h character of
the anrd jjlven to-day by the Juror will
be belter understood wIipii It l known thnt
the illllerctit been exhibited by the An-heuer-ilueh
Brewing A.clation hnd to
compete with hundred of the iniiM excel
lent dllluvs of other brewer. Tim fnet
thnt no other concern lin received o
ninny tH)lntt for the vnriou ccntlnl qual
ities of pood leer conllrm nnew the firm'
repitl-itlou a the lender of nil American
beer, nml Mr. Adolphu lluvli can feel
proud over tlili rcxnltoiullv merited.
IfiT Tbe above Is i Fac-slinlllo of Ibe
Label of tbe " EAGLE" Brand which look
t&. In orderlm; this liner be urc to
nk?or the "BAlli.l-." llrnml.
Maciarlaue & Co., L'd,
.liniU for JtniHitliiii Inltihiti
Dai Nippon !
TIih uhove Htore Iiih rccclvcil another
hplemlld Involve of
Per S. S. "Oceanic."
Beautiful Silk and Grape
I'litliloim, Table Covers,
lied I'ovtm, 1 1 1 1 v 1 1 x ,
t'lu icilbeh, hliawls,
1)1)1 I.I Kh, Ht'AlirK,
hASIIKh, J At KKTrl,
r.vi's, hi hi:kns,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN (IKI'.AT VAUIBTY.
C- Inspection ltcpcut(ull) Invln-d.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger and Stevedore,
EfiTIMATKS AS'J) OONTUACTH OS
AM. KINDS OK WOKK.
The Sehr. "MAITIMAJII "
Will run regularly butrcu this port and
Wnlaliiu, Kitualhupnl. MiikuUtlii, Keaue
mil and 1'iuilkl on the Ulaud of Oahu.
Kor KruiKlit, etc., apply to the t'lipluln.
Iimiilro Ht olllco of .1 H. Walker.
ovur biirccki'ls' Honk, Kurt utrirl. UV If
HaviiiK Milil our Kiitirx Slock lo
Messrs. Hoke & zur Oeweste
Our HtiM'k will liu told out ill itmitly tv
iliii'i'il iirlci'H till Mari'li 'll-t next wlu'ii
"Ka Aiaii.k" will i'i'iimi IiuhIiiiihh mill liu
xiii'ii'uili'il li, tlif uliovu linn.
MRS, C, E, BOARDNAN
J ST.IflUISfMfrj T
AN IDYL OF ARIZONA.
Love of a Soldier for an Indian
An Indian maidon's dark ores
says a Now York tologram of March
fi aro rosponsiblo for what may
provo to be n tragedy iu far-away
Arizona that was Saturday rocouut
od in a Now York polico rourt.
Michaul Quirk, a soldier of tho
rcKular Aruiv. was arrostod Satur
day on a telographio ordor from
Fort Attache. A. T charirini? him
with tho attempted murdor of a
sorgoaut at that fort. Tho story of
tho troublo, at gloauod by tho dotec
tivo.fl, is that Quirk onhstod in tho
Army at Brooklyn. For two years
ho was stationed at Fort Apaehe.
Three mouths aco ho met an Auacho
) girl, 18 yoars old, tho daughter of a
eliief. She is kuowu as Star Eyos.
, She is described as an exceedingly
pretty young woman.
They fell in love aud Quirk spout
most of his sparo timo iu her society.
About three weoks since ho bocamo
jealous of Sergeant John Prodo of
mo samo company to wutcb ho be
longed. Tho girl's pony had run
away ouo day with her aud the sor
goaut stopped him on tho edge of a
bluir.( Private. Quirk misconstrued
the girl's expressions of gratitude to
tho sergoant for saving hor llfo, and
! thought sho vm transferring her af
l fection to hor rescuer. There woro
several stormr scenes between tho
two inon. Tfieir comrades in tho
garrison vainly tried to smooth over
1 the troublo.
I Tho Chief heard of tho disputo
ooiweou mo private aud tho sor
goaut, and forbade his daughter
visiting tho camp. This enraged
Quirk beyond all bounds, and ho ac
cused Fredo of having placed tho
girl boj'oud his reach. Somo days
ago tho men camo to blows, aud
Quirk camo out second best. Ho
was heard to make threats after tho
tight that he would be revenged.
'I lint night Fredo was attacked
while sleeping aud nearly killed.
Ho was stablnd repeatedly in tho
body with a baronet. In tho morn
ing Quirk was missing, aud was im
mediately suspected ol tho attack.
Tho garrison authorities could got
no trace of Quirk. It was. however,
suspected that ho would go to
Brooklyn, whore ho enlisted, espe
cially as ho was known to havo sev
eral pay checks, payable at tho Army
building. Superintendent Byrnes
was made acquainted with tho fact
by telegraph from Fort Apache. Ho
assigned two detectives to watch tho
Army building. There was no sign
I of Quirk until Saturday afternoon,
wiieu no pre.outou bis checks at tuo
paymaster's window. Tho ollicors,
who had boon standing across tho
room, on a signal from tuo paymas
ter stepped forward aud arrested tho
young soldier. Ho admitted his
Identity aud was locked up.
Sergeant Fredo. whom Quirk
savagely attacked, Is still in a dan
Boats of Aluminum.
Detailed plans of tho Wolltnau
Arctic expedition havo attracted at
tention at Washington. The uso of
aluminum for boats, in particular,
has l)eon noticed by scientists and
ollicials. Superintendent Kimball
of tho Life-saving Sorvico is much
interested in theso boats, aud now
the Navy Department is awakening
to the possible fact that boats of this
material may bo a valuable addition
to tho equipment of men-of-war. In
order that tho department may be
posted as to just what has been done
with tho motal Naval Constructor
Woodward has boon ordered to make
a thorough test of three Wellmau
boats and report as to tho practica
bllity of having aluminum lifo boats !
anil launches for tho new navy. Mr. ,
Woodward, iu company with J. O.
Maguire, engineer iu charge of tho
equipment of the Wellmau expedi
tion, has gone to Baltimore, whore
a thorough test of tho boats will bo
Tug D. B. Hill Moots Oloveland. i
Tho steamer Violet, with tho Pros-1
luminal pnrty anoarti, arrived at
Norfolk, Va., at 5 p. m. of March fi.
Tho Violet resumed tho trip to
Wnui.t... ...-., i ii.. ... mi... A...i
.. u.uiiif,iuu n. ." l. Ill, IIIU I IU3I-
ilont Htntuil thnt lu had killoil about
s. "s r;;rwi,,s
viinvptl tho rroaiiliiiit woul down tho
rivor on tho ttij,' David B. Hill. As
tho littlo craft approachfd tho light
hotiHo tondor tho I'reitidutit, Socro
tury Uroshain and Captain Kvans
oratutl tholr nookit for Hovoral uiin
ntes, looking at tho naino of tho lit
tlo viwol in atua.i-iuout. Tho Pros
idmit looked as if ho thought tho
mattor might havo boon a put-up
job, but tho ronortors nvor that it
was nuiroly a colm-idunco.
Now Lino of SteiwnBhip Proposed.
Ail Ottawa despatch to tho Colo
nist says that tho Qovornmout has
ontored into a ton years' contract
with Jninos lluildart, sulijout to tho
sanction of Parliamaut, for a lino of
Canadian Atlantic steamers, capa
ble of steaming twenty knots an
hour, to connect with Australian
steamers by UIU Canadian Pacific
Hallway, tjuoboo aud Halifax aro
to be tho Atlantic terminals. It is
expected that tho Imperial Govern
ment will handsomely subsidize tho
"Perhaps you would not think so,
but a very large proportion of dis
eases iu New York comes from care
lessness about catching cold," says
Dr. Cyrus Kdhon. "It is such a sim
ple thing and mi common that very
fetr people, unless it is a case of
pneumonia, pay any attention to a
cold. New York is ono of the healthi
est places on the Atlantio Coast ami
yet there aro a great many ensos of
catarrh anil consumption which havo
their origin in this neglect of the
simplest precaution of every day life.
The most sensible advice is, when
you havo ouo get rid of it as soon as
possible. Ity all means do not nog
lect it." Ur. Kdsiin does uot tell
you how to cure a cold but wo will,
lake Chamberlain's Cough Uomedy.
It will relieve dm lungs, aid expec
toration, open the buorotions and
boon oiled a permanent cure. 25
anil Wl cent bottles for Halo by all
dealers. DcIihuii, Smith k Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Muiuli.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
It'e do not no in for grinding out
Spectacle ami Kyvglnuts, but wr can
Jit you at prices in accordance with the
OtIIl LINE OK
DOLLS & GAMES
18 WBM, ASSORTED.
AM. KINDS OK
Needles & Fittings I
uniortoD v Typewrite
The King ol All Typewriter.
j Purses and Card Cases,
Tennis Rackets and Supplies,
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
! Fall Supply of Fine Stationery,
! Guitars from $4.00 Up.
, est Music and Books ordered by
And ilnn't lnrirpt (1ASII la I In.
l).ilx ol our litiiitiuiH nml it itlwnyi lalks.
FOR, J-AXjE !
Tin- tiniliTHlKiiril ollVrii for uln the follow
Iiik Iloaiitlfnl Stock:
TUB KINK IIOIIHK -
AMI Til K KOI.LOHtMl M.IIII.K!
"Aiitfiu A.," "Jnsiu W.,"
"Sally Hliick" and Colt,
"Yum Yum" ami Colt,
"True Uliio" and Colt,
f r nil IVillL'rri'i. ol tin iiiMHuoin liu
I mhiii at On rlillfM Htuliiox, wlierc pr e untl
turiim tun Iw urrunjjfil to milt tliu tlnics.
i Creenfleld Stables, : Kaplolanl Park.
1 ir it iii-ii.' ir
I ... .
, HOKuieia stock Farm
WIl.l. COVKIl TUN MAIIKS AT
"Sonny Boy" Service, S20.
PINE HORSES FOR SALE !
TIIOS. W. (tAY,
J37 Jm-o 8t MiuuiKur.
(IikkI l'usturiij;e Ity tlm iiiiintli orynir. All
llorsus will lie Hull-looked u'ftor
nml kiit In pmldotikx,
ti:r rTANiuiti) nit i:i iiinm.Mi mai.lios
" 3STXJT QROVE,"
Itcoonl '.'::U In Honolulu,
Will niiikii itte m'uhiii nt tills Itiinuli until
July I, IWll. TKK.MK, flu.
IIkmi'hiiiiiin: I'i nlol 18(1, lilnoil Imy, IU
llUlllts l Hllll M-Ibt IUW poiimU.
rKi'ii.iu:r.: Ily "in-oKVi'iior," liv "Ail
iiilnltriitor," lit "l()Ml)k'ii (luiulllmiliiii
10." Hum hy "Niitwo.id," rocord J:ln),
Kor furtliHr particular apply to
J. I' MKNIlONOA. Kiimiolii., or,
I). ilOl.Ti:, Honolulu.
For loi'iil Ni'ws
' I horny Stock
Notice to Consumers I
The new work 0 the Jtavniinn
Electric Co. being now completed,
notice is hereby given that from
and after January 15th the Com
pany it 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 fie given.
The Company further announce
that they are prepared to receive
orders for interior wiring and can
furnish futures 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,
I'KKHIlinS'T II. K. CO.
Turner Hofcl mid Nuitanit 8li.
. . MUTUAL TELE. No. 438 . .
Itccvlwil icr 8. H. "Oceanic"
Silk Dress Goods,
Uullci' nml ( Ion tV Silk Handkerchiefs,
Gents' Slllt SHirts
With Koitr-lii'liaml Tlcn to imttcli.
Wlndior Silk MearfK, cxtrn Ioiib; lidleo'
milt (lints' Kllk riaaliox, nil uliades;
JapanoRo Cropo of All Colors,
(luiitluiiieii't Jntinnejc t'rciie Slilrti mndu
In VoUoluiiun inrfeet lit.
IjuIIuh' nnd Ocntn' 11 no Straw Hats,
Jn..iiK-f China Tt-a frtn,
JilhillR-c Klowcr l'otn,
ladles' Silk Cliomliin,
HnndMiiiiu Silk O.11IIU, Ktc.
aer j :m: E xj
The Ik". I Food for Infnntt.
W'v havu a Inrc aiortuiuiit of
Which weoll'ur at Very Itcnxinnlila l'ricos.
A KINK JAI'ANKSK bl'KAMKK
Hue lit're on or uliout March 'Altli, and
will ho duMpaluhi-d with Mulls aud
I'uiMiiiKuiii for tlm uliovu
l'ort on or uliout
l'or fiirthiT iinrtieiilam ri'L-nrdlnir
1'usmiii and lrul)tht, apply to
K. OGURA & CO.,
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
WIII attend to ManuKvmiMit and
of 1'roperty and t ulleutlliK ill
an lib iiraiii'iii'.
Houses and Land For Sale
Northerly rurner of Kniiiia and lit-riituuln
Orrii k: One iloor lielow l,ewlJ. luvey,
Kurt strit't. 070-tf
"Soft Soaps" & Tallow
Wi KINO STIIKKT.
F. O. BOX 341.
CI'II'-IAI. I.IIIltAltY OK Si'lKSCK
O and I'li'iliiii ooen t'Vnry TI'KHHAY,
rilUllrillAY and BATl'IIDAY. from
J to I o'idock '. M., iri-iiud Iloor of l-'ov
ti-r llliM-k. Niiiuinii Mn-t-t; I'litiiinen on the
lauit lr.idlii to Koiiudry.
IIooKk lent out to rrsixnullilo nar-
lie" In Honolulu, and when praelleahle, 10 '
rriiiinti 01 tin- otiii-r ihiiiuim,
Kli-uu-utary i'Iiikh In Tlu-oxiph) every
WIIIINKHIIAY KVIININll.ul TUVioVloek
ihurp, In Ihu l.lhiar) Hall, UT'-Sw
Are Receiving New Invoiced of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY EVKHY STKAMKK
Where they nrc fully prepared to do all
ktuiU of work In tliu latest itylcis at
the ihortct notice and at tho
most Itcntonnblu Itntct.
Fine Job Work lo Colors a Specially I
Exui-iitcil III the Moit Attructlvu
Itund the following partial llat of spec
ialties aud K?t the Bulletin's prices be
fore plneliij; your orders. By no doing
you will nave both time uud uiouey.
11111m of Lulling,
Wedding Cat do,
Heuuiptu of till kinds,
Laliuls of ovury vnrioty,
Petitions iu any language,
Envolopi-s & Letter Circulars,
Sporting Scored & Iteconls,
l'erpetinil Washing Lists,
General Book Work,
Ktc. Etc., Etc., Etc.,
I'llntid and lllovked when iIi-nIii-u,
tir No .fob Ii itllowud to leuvc Hid ol
llce until it kIvwi MatKfaelioii,
THE0. H. DA VIES fc CO.