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FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
JOHN A. MoCALL, President.
SUMMARY OF REPORT:
BUSINESS OF 180.-J.
Premium Income $ '27,-lS8,Gn7
Interest, Rents, etc 0,374,080 .
Kmlowments and Annuities
Dividends, Purchased Insurance,
Total to Policy Holder
Number of New Policies Issued
Amount of New Insurance Written
CONDITION JANUARY 1, 1894.
Liabilities, 4 per cent .Standard
Number of Policies iu Force . . ,
Amount of Insurance in Force .
Increase iu Henolits to Policy Holdern .f 1,043,437 84
Increase IU Assets
, ... ;.. . I.. .
i iivrunu ill riirjiiiir . . .
Increase in Insurance Writton
Increase in Insurance in Force
lucroaso in Number of Policies in Force
I nereaM' in Number of Policies Written iu 1803
Increase iu New Premiums Income over thai of
Iu tho following roipocU tho Now York Lifo, in 1B03, has BROKEN ALL
RECORDS ovr mado by HorMlf or any other Company.
Fiii.ht Number of policies applied for in 1803 05,500
SccoNn Number of new policies actually writton in 1803
; 85,1 1 1
Tiiikd Amount of new insurance issued in 1803 ...223,800,000
Fni'itTii Number of new policies actually paid for in 1S03
Fiktii Net gain in new business over tbu previous year
.Sixth Net increase in number of policies iu foroo 37,008
Skvkntii Net pain in insurance iu force $80,008,040
O. O. BEJiRGrEFL
ty FOR FOUR
Engl'iHli Wardrobes, Plato Glass Fmut;
Marhlctop Wash Stands,
Marblotop Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Koyal Worcester Vases,
Royal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
Trou Bedsteads, Matting,
EJtO., E3tO., H3tO.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
.$ 33,803,01 0 0.")
f ir,038,4r0 27
. 770,150,078 00
nniirtun itu I
inn iiun no I
OKNKIIAI. AOKNT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins the Prize at the
World's Fair with their
"EAGLE" Brand Beer.
St. Loris, Oct. l!S. IKU.
MrhRt. Mai rj,ni t Co., I.'n..
Honolulu, II. t.
near Sim- We have mailed you n copy
of the (Vobe-lUmocrnl announcing thecren't
victory won bv the AMinerftm-llinrir ,W
cimhi.n with their "BAULK" Undid of
' ANHKUSKK-IIli.SCH llltKWINO ASSO
CIATION. (Special Despatch In tiMifltemnemt.)
Wom.k'h Fair. Oiiii tun. III.. Oct. 'ill.
No nward has ever been mmlo so gratifying
to St. Louis people and so Jitatlv merited
a the one efyen to-iiny by the Columbian
Jury of the orld's Fair, comUtlng of con-
noiHnr nml chemist; of thn highest rank,
enterprise, nnd by uIng the be, t material I
produced (n America and faurotw, eicl.t.l- ,
IIIK, VUIII IIIUI IILIIUI lllllllttlllllir U -MtllW" .
ulven to-tlav bv tlm urorn will
be better tindcmtoodwheiilt N known that
the dltlereut beer exhibited by tho An-hcuer-lluch
Hrewlnc Aoclatlon had to
compete with hundred of the inut excel-
teni uiinnv! oi outer nrewcr. ine fact
that no other concern ha received to
many iiolnti for the various e?entlal itinl
itle of eooil beer conllrm anew the fl'in'
itle of good beer conllrm anew the fl'iiiN
reputation a the lender of all American
iM.eri, and Mr. Adolpltuit llncli can feel
pmiid over thN tvvtltfo utlv merited.
tST The abore Is a Fac-sltnllle of (be
Label of the " EAGLE" Brand wblcb took
A- In iirilerlnu' till" Iteer Ih pure to
ti"k for the "KAHI.i:" llrnnd.
Macfarlane & Co., L'd,
8tVtf Atirnli fur Ihirtilinn htniuli
Dai Nippon !
The above Store hs received another
Splendid Invoice of
Per S. S. "Oceanic"
Beautiful Silk and Grape
'ii"hli)ti". Table Coveri,
Ufd t'over", (Inwim,
1)01 1,1 KB, Bl'AltKH,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN UltKAT VAIMKTY.
VA- InHpevtlon Iteupc-vtfnlly Invited.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs, J, P. P. Gollaco, Proprietress,
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger and Stevedore,
KHTIMATl'.H AND CMNTUACTS ON
AU. KINDS OK WOKK.
The Suhr. MAIIIMAIIJ "
Will run rennlurly between tills port and
Witlaluu, Kuulhiinl. Mokululn, Keuue
mil vnd l'linlki on the Uhind of Oaliu.
l-'or Freight, etc., apply to the t-'aplnln.
Imiulre at olllce of J d. Walker.
over tipreckelh1 Dunk, Kurt Mtreel. H.'7-tf
... ,. .. . . .
HavliiK sold our hut Ire .Stock to
Messrs. Hoke & zur Oeweste
Our HtiH'k will lie miIi) out at greatly re- i
duceil iirlooi till March .'lint next when '
"Ka .NlAIIK" will eeio-o IiiihIiii-sm mid Ih
tint ceded by the above 111 in.
MRS, G, E, BOARDMAN
gates, the illirerent klndi of the AnheuKor-' irom tuoso men (the apostles) and
Buoeh beer hnvo become tho favorite with I lot them alone: for if this counsel or
the American tieorlc, and hnve now con- I t,t. Vork bo of mnn it will mmn in
qttered the hlgne-t award In every artlcn- I "".T..,.? i...f :V i I ' in i
lar, which had m Imj conldenM by tho i uotight, b it if it be of God, yo can
Columbian jury. The high character of ' not overthrow it, lost haply ye be
J 6TWtM5,M" J
(Continued from 1st Page.)
claims that "tbu need for wise and
strong government" gives the
"many nationalities" who dwell in
Turkey, iu Siam, in Sorvia, and in
China, the right to upset the gov
ernnionts.of those countries, when
ovor they consider them to lu in
, , ' There is no ntiMogy between
broken contract, and the Hawaiian
iiiu roioronco in mis ctntiao to a
facts. The constitution was not
broken, until the annexationists
broke it. Tlin iiiipoii nttemnind to
broak it, but failed. 1 find, howevor, j
that the attorney.genoral thinks so '
lightly of that sacred contract, that
in introducing his notorious "do-
(nutation on suspicion bill, ho hat
inserted a condition, that if the Con-j
st itutiou interfered with the bill,
the Constitution may be brokon i
, 8. English history does not record
any revolution, whoso professed aim
1 was to invito a foreign nation to
forcibly soquostrato English terri
tory; and 1 doubt if any English
historian would have expressed
satisfaction with the result (what-
over it might have becu), unless the
English poople had themselves been
,,nrii, ir i
' A ltnf tit a tn tvlinan nnnaiitnrnrtntt T i
nm referred (Acts V., versos 38
nlwl ... ,.,, , ' . .,,f,aI
m .'' ...
found even to fight against God."
I am fully convinced of thoearuost
noss and honesty of my unknown
correspondent, but I cannot recog
nize any traces oi. an apostolic char-
acter lu tho policy or practices of
recent Hawaiian Uistorv. It in this
glamor of unreal religion that has I
been so eraro an Ininrv to a inovc-!
niont which should have Immmi left '
to develop its own character; then
i wo could have letter judged which
i men were Intlueuced hy the Divine
I law, which men by human law, which '
' men wero merely a law nulo them
selves. I am told that one of tho most
, active annexationists, bolng one of -tho
foremost oillcials iu various roll-
gious associations of Hawaii, was i
Queen, who had poured through his
uaiios as ireasuror, or at least to his
know lodge, hendruds, if not thou-
sands of dollars. Was that an act i
of an apostle, or, was it tho act of a
man who sought to mortify, liumi-
mi-, nun in uiunu, a UUIUI1CUIUHS
woman whom (ho United States was '
asked to pension, but whom tho j
"strong government" of Hawaii is
apparontlyonly too willing tostarvoT '
The cry from honest, earnest, but
I bollovo mistaken, Christian lips. '
was -Annexation is sure.' will my
correspondent act-opt for herself,
and for her friVuds, tho test of her
own quotation: "If this work bo of
men it will come tp nought!" Tho
only logical conclusion from tho
pruxoiil position of annexation, is
that it was "of men, aud thoroforo
came to nought;" and it will bo well
not to make public appeal to i'rovl
deuce aud to Holy Scripture, unless
wo uro prepared to acknowledge the
result, when tho decree appears not
to bo iu our favor.
I should have sout a personal ro
ok, if my correspondent had given
lior name, for her papor demands an
answer. All 1 can do is to recognize
what she tolls me, that for more
than half a century she has been as
sociated with the llawaiiaus. With
solemn reverence I contemplate tho
grief and dismay with which she
must look on Hawaii to-day. At the
head of affairs if it may bo called
tho head stand her friends and my
friends, those with whom "wo took
sweet counsel together, and walked
unto the house of God in Company,"
surrounded, supported, pushed on
by men who have been, aud are, the
bitterest enemies of tho cross of
Christ, and of the work of miHsious,
and who will compel those leaders
to drink tho cup of revolution to the
dregs. On tho other hand aro tho
llawaiiaus, with all tho old love aud
trust turned to hatred aud fear,
whilst their palhetiu attitudo of
patriotism and devotion is finding a
sympathetic resp !im wherever it is
There is no touch of auger in my
heart as 1 study tho "fragments of
thought" which have been sent to
me, only u painod, sorrowful, sympa
thy for the lady who has devoted
tho years of hor lifo to a work
which, from no fault of hers, has
been ko signally wrecked.
Tiieo. H. Daviks.
"Perhaps yon would not think so,
but a very largo proportion of dis
eases iu Now York comes from care
lessness about catching cold," says
Dr. Cyrus Edsou. "It is such a sim
ple thing aud so common that very
low people, unless it is a caso of
pneumonia, pay any attention to a
cold. Now York is one of tbe healthi
est places oil the Atlantic Coast and
yettlioroaroa great many cases of
catarrh aud consumption which have
their origiu in this neglect of tho
simplest precaution of ovory day life.
Tho most Rentable advice is, when
you have one got rid of it as soon as
possible. By all means do not neg
lect it." Dr. Edsou does not toil
you how to cure a cold but wo will.
Take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It will rolioMi tho luugs, aid expec
toration, open the secretions and
soon olTuct a permanent euro. 25
aud W) cent bottles for salo by all
dealers. Housou, Smith & Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
J- J- EGAN
J5 14 irort Street.
Al.WAVh ON HANI) TUB
! Late8t stVles ta MilUnery
-TUU I.ATKUT IN -
Wbito and Colored Worsted Goods
Till'. MOST CI)Ml'l.KTK HTOCK OK
DRY : GOODS
IN TUU OITY
I UftillUUlDi UOB bj Hfl. KlflDir.
W.F.Reynolds, : Prop.
We tin not no in for fir hut big out
SlintrrlAm t rut It ttnitti a.i i u I ia nrt
. , , ,',,. wllh llir
OUK LINK OK
. . , . ,.
DOLLS & GAMES
Is WKLL ASHOKTUI).
DOMJiS I IC
AM. KINDS OK
Rl a a. I a. If II. X L m a A a. T
II Htlll IllS AT P 11.1.1 11 S !
11VVU1UUUL1 I HI lift U
The Klti of All Tyjtr writer".
and Card Cases,
Tennis Racket! and Supplies,
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
Full Supply of Fine Stationery,
unitars lrom $wu up.
&2T Music and Books ordered by
m- And don't forjtet OA8II 1- ihe
md of r bulii'm uinl It nlwuys mlki.
T?T I VQ( )N I . A TEST
mViy I jIV 1 JliO J
J, A. Victor's Phonograph Parlor
Corner Hotel und llethel ulrmN.
Yon will Hint ull of rhe l.:itVM Selection
In lliintcru MuMu Koni?, Itrn-.c ltundi,Or
uhuxtin, I 'ornut find X lophuiiu hulo Wo
nine make a rpcoinlty of .Nativd Mil', c.
New Records Received by Ever; Steamer.
W Don't forget tho place "Vn iou'h,"
nor tlm price, only cenl eauli Mdeotluu.
FOR ONE MONTH ONLY
SALE OF FURNITURE
VING FAT & CO.,
Corner of King and llethel Mrcit,
Oiler a Ijirgo Aiortiueiit of fine and
At I.OVi:it I'ltlUKri than ever.
HeilMcinN, llnreaiu, Tuhlei,
Meat Safcc, Wardrohu, K c, V.w.
Cheaper than Mio Chcapet ever before
olleicd In Honolulu.
VI Nil I'AT .V C'
Mokuleia Stock Farm,
Wild. COVKIl TUN MAItr.S AT
"Sonny Boy" Service, S20.
FINS HORSES FOR SALE !
0J7 '-'III-.'. Ht
(lood 1'antiirage b the mouth orvi-ar. All
llnri-eK will I), well looked u'flfr
and kept iu padduck'..
niK HrAMMiin urn i ihhiiimi tun
" ISTXJ T C3- R, o-v HI,"
Itccord '-' :'!.' In Honolulu,
Will niiiknllie si.ii.oii in Mil. id I, m.ill
July I, INil. TUU.MK, f-m
Ooillll-IIOM Iiuled IKsii, blood ba, IU
, IiuiiiIh hluh und welulit llii iiouiidit,
I I'riiiuiithi lly "ilriihwunr," b "Ad
hiliilittrutiir." by "lt)Ml)ltn Hiiinilliiiiiiin
' IU." Dam by "Nulwood," reeord ii)4.
I Wtf I'or further particular appl, to
I J. I' MKNDONUA. Kmiulik,or,
O. ilOl.TI'., Honolulu.
Notice to Consumers 1
The new work of the Itamtiian
Electric Co. Iiii0 now completed,
notice in hereby given that from
and after January 16th the Com
pany Is prepared to supply iiKvtu
drtcenl etrclrir lighting to cus
tomers. In a few (frtii the Company will
also he. prepar'ed to famish etrctric
motors for power, and of which
due notice will be given .
The Company further announce
that they are prrpand to receive
orders for interior wiring and can
furnish fixtures and all fillings in
connection with new service,
feinted rules, regulations and
Company's rales can be had on
application In the Superintendent.
Win. 6. IRWIN,
i'itr.Hii)i:NT ii. i:. co.
Comer Hotel and Nnuanit Hl.
. . MUTUAL TELE. No. 438 . .
Ileoelved r 8. 8. "Oceanic"
Silk Dress Goods,
ijnlleV aud dents' 811k Haudkcrchloin,
Gents' 3111c Olairts
With Koiirdu-hiiud Tien to match.
Windsor Hllk Scnrfn, extra lonir; Uidle'
und Clenth' bilk hakhcis nil shinies;
Japanoso Cropo of All Colors,
(liititloinen'n Japaneco. Crei Slilrtx innde
Iu Yokoliama perfect tit.
Ladle-' und Oeuti' I'M no Straw llnlr,
, Jiiiiiium China Ta bet,
Jiiianu-e Klnwcr l'ot",
1 ndl-h' Hl!k Clmndi-0,
llandfoniu Hllk tjullti, Ctc
tor Ji. "ML H5 aa
The Host l'oixl for Infmitx.
Wu havu a larno nttortmunt of
Which we oll'or at Very Reasonable, Tricon.
A I'INK .I.M'ANilrtK HI'KAMKR
Due here on or about March '.','ith, aud
Hill be despatched ultli Mailnaud
l'aheiiKin for the nliovii
I'ort on or about
Ij . m !.. I...B ....ll.t.i I...., B.....ii.lllt.
l'tia-Hh'" nml b rt'if;lit, upply to j
rui itiiiiiui i in i iiLjtimiB ivKtimiiiK
K. OGURA & CO.,
: Agent to Take Acknowledgments
Will attend to Management mid riale
of Property aud I iilleetlnx In
all its brandies.
Houses and Land For Sale
Northerly curlier of Kiinim aud Hi reliuiU
I (Ihiir: One doir below UohIh J, l.eve,
I'oi tut rent. U7.r-tf
i NICOLAS BREHAM,
"Soft Soaps" & Tallow
IKJ KINO 8Tltr.r.T.
I OI'Kf'lAI. 1.1 lilt A U OK
lO and I'lctlon oen eery TDKHDAY.
I IlirilriliAY and HATl'llDAY. from
'J to I o'eloek e. M,, -ecoiid Moor of I'Oh-
ter lllouk. Nuuituii ntrnet; untuiuce on the
Iiiiid lemlliif! t i'oundry.
Hook lent out to reMHjindhl'i nar-
tien iu Honolulu, and when practicable, to
realduutH of the other llauil.
Ulcmi'iitnry t.'ln.t lu Theoophy every
WUDNKhDlY KVKNINO. nt Tift) o'eloek
lirp, In tb l.liii.ry Hull, V77-iw
Are Receiving New Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY KVKRY STEAMER
Where they aro fully picparcd to do nil
kliiils ot work In tho Intent style, st
the shoriest notice mid at tbu
tuuit Tteaionublu Units.
Fine Job Work Id Colors a Specialty I
Executed In tbu Moat Attractive,
Ruud the following partial lUt of spec
ialties und get the Bullxtin's urlcus be
fore placing your orderi. Uy so Uolug
you will save both time nud uiouuy.
Bills of Lading,
Receipts of all kinds,
Labels of every variety,
Petitions in any language,
Envelopes & Letter Circulars,
Sporting Scores & Records,
1 Perpetual Washing Lists,
General Book Work,
Etc., Kit)., Etc, Etc.,
I'rlutml slid lllneksd when lUilrcn,
Br No Job Ii allowed to Imv tin ol
flos until It ghi iKtufsotiuu,