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forty-ninth annual report
New-York Life Insurance Co.
JOHN A. MoOALL, President.
SUMMARY OF REPORT:
BUSINESS OF 180:J.
Premium Income , $ 27,-18S,057 .M
Interest, Rents, etc 0,374,080.51
Total Income f 33,8153,040. OR
Death Clnims 8,440,003.40
Endowments and Annuities 2,404,002 . 00
Diviilends, Purchased Insurance, etc 4,103,453.01
Total to Policy Holders $ 15,038,450.27
Number of New Policies Issued 85,1 1 1
Amount of New Insurance Written $228,417,114 00
CONDITION JANUARY 1, 1801.
'ot .fl48,700,7Sl .20
Liabilities, 4 per cent Standard 131,075,151 .03
Number of Policies in Force 253,870
Amount of Insurance in Forco 770,150,078 00
PROGRESS IN 185)3.
Increase in Bonofit to Policy Holders $ 1,043,437.84
Increaso in Assets ' 11,201,582.22
Increase in Surplus 220,082.08
Increase in Iusuranco Written 54,812,044.00
Increase in Insurance in Force 80,008,040.00
Increase in Number of Policies in Force 37,008
Increase in Number of Policies Written in 1803
over 1802 18,852
Increaso in New Premiums Income) over that of
1 802 1 ,(J82,008 42
In th followlnic rwpocU tha Now York Life, in 1803, hut BROKEN ALL
KXGORDS ovr mado by Horwslf or any other Company.
Fihst Number of policies applied for in 1S03 05,500
Skconi) Number of now policies actually written in 1803
85,1 1 1
Tiiiko Amount of new insurance issued in IS03 ...$223,800,000
Fouuth Number of new policies actually paiil for in 1803
Finn Net gain in new business over the previous year
Sixth Net increase in number of policies in force 37,008
Skvknth Net gain in insurance in force 8O,OOS,04O
O. O. BERGER,
-lm (IlvNKUAL AOKNT. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
ty FOR FOUR WEEKS "S3
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 Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
B3tO., EJtO., HJto.
THEO. H DA
U y- -'
VIES & 00
-K- WW VSVS
Notice to Consumers!
The new work 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
tomer. In nfew days the Company will
alto be prepared tofurniih electric
motors for power, and of which
due. notice will be given.
The Company further announce
that they are prepared to receive
order for interior wiring and can
furnish fixture and all fittings in
connection with new service.
Printed rules, regulations and
Company's rales con be had on
application to the Superintendent.
Wm. G. IRWIN,
I'UKaiDKNT II. K. CO.
I'oruer Hotel nii'l Nuuitim 8li.
. . MUTUAL TELE. No. 438 . .
Ilecolvod per 8. 8, "Ooennle"
Silk Dress Goods,
UdleV mill drills' Silk Handkerchiefs.
Gents' Billc Shirts
With Kour-iii-hntid Tie to match.
Windsor Hllk Hearfc, oxtrn long; jidle'
and Uptitb' Hllk Saidiox, all shades;
Japanese Cropo of All Colors,
Gentlemen' Jatianenc Crctwt Hhlrtu made
In Yokohama pfrfc't lit.
Ijiilli".' ami Oents' Kinu Straw Hut,
JnpMio- China Tea Kets,
Janunero Klnncr 1'otn.
Ijulle.' Silk ChoiuUn,
HuniUoiou Silk (Jullt., Kto.
.A. :m E3 taa
Tlic Jleil Komi for Iiifnnln.
We lisru a largo niiortiuont ol
Which we nircr at Very Kcnionnhlo Price.
A KINK JAl'A.SICHK ttflCAMKIl
Due hern on or nlHiiit March '.'.Mil, and
will he desputched with Malls aud
I'aasengurs fur the uhovtt
I'ort on or about
For further tiurtlcnlnrk riu'iir.llnn
1 I'tisiage and Height, apply to
K. OOURA & CO.,
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
Will attend to Management and Sale
of Property and Collecting in
ull its branches.
Houses and Land For Sale
Northerly corner ol Kiiimn aud llrretunla
Oiticb: One door Imlow Lewis J. U'vey,
Fort street. U75-U
"gnfj gnj-jjo" $ Tflllnw
M KINO 8TIIKKT.
F. O. BOX 341.
STEniAI. I.IHHAIIY OK WIKSCR
and Kletlon open every TUKBUAY,
TIIUItHIlAY and HATUItDAY, from
'J to 4 o'olook r. m., cecond lloor of I'o
ler block. Ntiininu itruet; entruni'u on the
lano leitdlliK to Koniidry.
1 IlookK lent out to rrmiuimihlti oar-
Ilea In Ilnnnliilu. und when nruelleable. to
reaiiloiitn of the other Itlanila,
lllirj(i , n, qrar Hall. W-lvf
(Contimied from 1st Page.)
ing in his life. His eyes insensibly
sought the face of the laughing girl
in the tree whoso picturo hung upon
his wall. He got up from his closk
and crossed the room to get a clearer
viow. A raj of sunlight flashed
through tho ihuttors and fell upon
tho wall in parallel bars of gold and
lit up the pretty face with such
transforming glory that he almost
fancied tho smiliug lips wero about
to uncloso. In speech, but tho alter
nating bars of shadow crept slowly
up as tho sun roso, until ouo darken
ed tho smile aud brought him back
Ho blow out the lamp which burn
ed with a garish blaze iu tho clear
daylight, throw up the sash, opened
the shutteri, and lot tho scented
breath of morning and a flood of
sunshino into tho room.
"She will nover know," ho said
aloud as he again looked at tho
picturo, "that I would coin my hoart
into gold if it were possible and
would win hor favor. But sho is
young aud I am old; old enough to
bo her fathur." Ho looked in tho
glass on his bureau as ho finished
and laughed bitterly. "A gay and
festivo Lothario I'd make, truly. A
swoothoart Hwnin of fifty. 'Lazy
Jim' iu tho rolo of a lovor. My
moods of late aro prophetic of tho I
He walked back aud forth across
tho room with quick, nervous strides.
At length he pausod aud said: "By
Jove I I'll call back tho old days, for j
ono day at least I'll bo what I was
boforo I know hor boforo I ovor got '
the gold that brings mo neither lovo
, nor contont for to-day I'll Imj 'Lazy
Ho wont to an old trunk and after
rummaging among its contents drew
out a moth-uaton hunting shirt, a
wriuklod pair of brown pants spot-
led wmi patches ol grease and
staiuod with blood from slaughtered
game, a pair of high boots green
with mold and a round fur cad. bald
in places from tho ravages of tho
: mo accouiermenis iioroDuioro men
tioned, ho tiptoed down tho stair
way, stolo into tho nearest alloy and
, wended his way through secluded
, byways to the outskirts of tho town
aud thenco to tho woods, to moot In
1 this strange gulso the girl for whoso
sweot sake lie would have "coinod
his heart into gold."
(To be Continued.)
Tho Situation at Hawaii.
Tin "Proviiionnl Govcrniiiont'' of
tho llawniitm Islands, feeling nocuro
In Its ioahumIuii of tbo rolns of
iiowur, and no longor oxpoctlng tho
United Status to anuoz tho inlands,
is casting about for a moro stnblo
form of govurnmont, and to thntond
rrosldent Dolo is preparing a cqnsti
tution, and is looking to tho ostnb
linhmi'iit of ncimtrnl governing body
bnd upon a fairer uzprosaion of
tho ropresontation idea than exists
at present. In other words, tho
revolutionists bit oh something
whioh they oxpootod this country to
chew, anil now find themselves com
pelled to perform tho act of masti
cation. Therein lies tho dangor.
Whatevor exenso, referring to tho
profligacy of tho Qiioon. the revolu
tionary party gave at tiio time for
hor dethronement, it is well-known
that they wore really moved by mer
cenary motives, which, they believed,
tho countenance of tho United States
would make effectivo. It is to bo
expoctod. therofore, that iu solving
tho problem of a normatieut govern
niout, tho revoltitionlHts, lacking tho
true patriotic spirit which is essen
tial to that end, will likely plunge
themsolvesiutowraugliiigH of various
disgraceful kinds. Wo may expect
all manner of treachery within purty
Hues. A menace which, according
to the latest devices, has upreared
itself is tho restlessness of tho Chi
nese on tho Islands. These shrowd
heathen, knowing that they control a
very great proportion of tho business
of the Islands, ami that iu numbors
they are strong, have heretofore lain
perdu and have hardly been taken
into account. Wo may be sure that
if thov bad believed that tho Islands
would bo annexed to tho Utiitod
Statos, thoy would havo boeu heard
from long ago. Hut uow that thoy
havo seen tho curtain rung down ou
tho farce, and aro observing the self
aggrandizing movements of the Pro
visional Government, they aro moot
ing together to discuss their inter
ests, and aro talking alarmingly
about certain ironclads which lly tho
yellow dragon. Why should thoy
not vote undor the proposed consti
tution, aud why, as thoy aro taxed,
should not as many of their utimbor
as they can elect to olllco assist iu
the conduct of tho govornmoutT
Aud if Chineso war ships are re
quired to enforce their rights, wo
may bo sure that tho Emporor of
China will not bo slow iu Bonding
them. Tho provisional Government
cannot bo in a happy framo of miud
ovor these uuexpoutod and annoying
developments. S. F. Xews Letter.
"Perhaps you would not think bo,
but a very largo proportion of dis
eases iu New York comes from care-
lessuoss about catching cold," says
! Dr. Cyrus Edson. "It is such a aim-
ilo thiug ami sp common that very
i low people, unless it is a caso of
I pneumonia, pay any attention to a
cold. New York is ouo of tho ileal thi
j est places on tho Atlautio Coast aud
j yet thoro are a groat many cases of
catarrh aud consumption which havo
their origiu in this neglect of the
Himplost precaution of every day life.
Tho most sensible advice is, when
you havo oun got rid of it as soon as
possible, lly all moans do not neg
lect it." Dr. lidson does uot toll
you how to cure a cold but wo will.
Tako Chamberlain's Cough Itomody.
It will relievo the lungs, aid expec
toration, open tho secretions and
soon effect a permanent cure. 25
and T() cent bottlos for sale by all
dealers, Hoiisou, Smith & Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
AH kind of Commercial Printing
promptly txeeutsd at low rate at the
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. F. ReynoMs, : Prop.
We. do not go in for grinding out
Spectacles and Eyeglasses, but we can
I fit you at prices in accordance with the
OUR LINK OF
DOLLS & GAMES
IS WKM. ASSOUTlit).
AM, KtNDS OK
Rtiioglon v Typewriters
Tim King of All TypfWiltor.
Purses and Card Cases,
Tennis Rackets and Supplies
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
, , , ,
! Guitars from $4.00 Up.
B3r Music and Books ordered by
! Every Steamer.
And tliitt't .forcet HASH l the
hnid' of our ImMiiu" and It ulwuyx tulkn,
Louil Talking i4
J, A. Victor's Phonograph Parlor
Corner Hotel and llethel trrot.
Yon will lind all of the LuteM Helni'tlont
In Ivnntorii Mnlc-Honu. Ilni 1 In ixl , r-
eliotrn, Cornet and .yhtihniiuNihi Wu
alto make n ieeiulty of .NutlVd MiikIc.
New Records Received by Every Steamer.
Don't forcet the nluee "Vh-toii'h."
nor the price, only A rent- en oh Mleetlun.
FOR ONE MONTH ONLY
SALE OF FURNITURE
V1NG FAT & CO.,
Corner of King and lleihel MrmK
Oiler u l.urKe Aioortliieiit of I'llic and
At l.OWKIt l'ltlOIib than ever.
Iledtead, HiireaiiH. Tulili,
Meat Kjfe, Wardrobe, Kf., '.c.
Cheaper thun hu Chxiiiient ever before
olVeied In Honolulu.
VI XO PAT ,t CO.
Mokuleia Stock Farm
Wll.l. COVKU TKX MAUKR AT
"Sonny Boy" Service, 520.
BU FOR SALH !
TIIOS. W. (SAY,
qt7 i!ni-ft Ht Matiaiinr.
Oood I'lihturac by the month or venr. All
HorMf III Iih unll-lnuktcl h'Iiim
and kept In paddocki.
Til It Nr.MIMl Hill I' TllulllVo M LllilS
Iteeord 'J ::i.' In llunoliihi,
Will make the m'iimiii at thi-. Iliinrh until
July I, IV.ll, l'i:it.Mb, fin.
I)ltiiii'TioM IValed IK.-'I blood bay, l
liandt hltli and willit IIMi pound.
1'r.MiiiiKKi lly "irnViiiiii," b "Ad
inliilntrutiir," by "UtMltki lliiiullioiiliin
10." Diiiii h) "NiilMitiiil," rvuitrd JiuU-
I'nr further partleulur apply to
J- ' MKNIIONOA Kiiu,l,t.or,
. UOt.Ti:. llouolula. I
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins tho Prize at the
World's Fair with their
"EAGLE" Brand Beer.
St. Loiiu, Oct. 28, I8IO.
Mr.snM. MAiTARHNit & Co., I.'tt.,
, Honolulu, II. I.
i Dear Sirs: We linvo mulled yon a copy
of the Olobclttmocrnt iitinoutielnt; the great
1 victory won bv tho AMiKrurn-lliKii Asxo
runoff with' their "KAUI.fc" Drawl of
ANiihUHKIMIUHCH DIIKW1NG A8H0
OIATION. (Upccittt Pefp'iteh hi (IMc-I)einocrat.J
Wont ii'ii Fair, Oiiicaiio, III., Oct. 20.
No award has ever been made io gratifying
to St. Louis ticotile nnd so justly merited
as the one given to-day by the Columbian
Jury ol the World' Fair. roii'dMlng ol con
nnlieun nnd chcmlMy of the hlRhcut rnnk,
to the Atihcuer-ltuch llruwlui; Ainocln
tlon. lly meihuds of unrlvnlled hiiBluess
' eutcrirlso. nnd by tiling the best material
tirodui'cd In America nnd Kurojtc, exclud
ing corn nttd other adulterants or surro
gates, the different kinds of tho Anheuior
llileh beer have become tho favorites with
the American in'otlc, nnd havn now con-
, qttcrcd the highest nvnrd in every particu
lar, wlik'h had to bu considered by the
Columbian Jury. The high character of
the nnnrd given to-day by the Jurors will
be better umicrMood when If Is known that
the illll'cn nt beers exhibited by tliu All
lieuT-llueh lire wing Association had to
compete with hundreds of tho most excel
lent displays of other breners. Tim fact
that no other concern tins received o
ninny point for the various essential nual
ltluof good Iteer confirms anew the firm's
rcpulstlon as the leader of nil Amerienn
beers, and .Mr. Adolphits Duscli can feel
proud over this result to jusllv merited.
eer The above Is a Fac-slmllle of tba
Label of tbe " EAGLE " Brand wblcb took
In onlerinc llil lleer be urn to
iihk for the KAIll.!'." llrand.
Macfarlaiie & Co., L'd,
ItfriiM fur lliimillun hlomlt
The aligvn 8tore Ifs reeeU'ed nliother
riplendld Invoice of
Por S. S. "Oceanic"
Beautiful Silk and Grape
I'luliloiii, T.il.lo Covers,
llvd Co vera, Oowiih,
I)OI 1.1 KB. St'AKI-'H.
Silk aud Cotton Kimonos
IN OIIKAT VAKIKTY.
TA. Iitxpectlun Itenpeetfnlly Ilivlled.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger and Stevedore,
KS'll.MATK.H AND OONTltAi'TH ON
Aid. KINDS OK WOUK.
The Suhr. "MAIIIMAIII"
Will run reuulurly between this port and
Wiilaliia, Kiiuiilhapui, Muliululii, Keuwe
t m 1 mid I'milki on tho Inland of Oului.
1'or Freight, etu., apply to the Cuptuln,
Vk. Inipilre at oflleu of J B. Walker,
uvurBiri-ukeli' Hunk, I'ort street. H07-tf
Ilitvlnn "'I our Kntlre rttock to
Messrs. Hoke & zur Oeweste
Our Hloek will be void out ul greatly re
dueid prices till Mareh MUt next when
"K Mmii ' will icii-ii lmllios aud be
tili'veided t the almvu lino.
MRS. G, E. BOARDMAN,
Are Receiving Now IdvoIcc of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
UY KVKilY STEAMER
. Whore they aro fully prcparnd to do all
kinds of work in the Intcit stylet, at
the shortest notice and at the
niuit Resionablu IiaUi.
Fine Job Work Id Colors a Specially I
Executed In the Mokt Attractive
Head tho followlnp partial lint of upeu
ialtics uml get the Uullktin '8 prices bo
foro pliicing your orders. lly 10 doing
you will nave both time aud money.
BIHb of l.uding,
Men I Tickets,
Receipts of all kimlH,
Lulieta ol every variety,
Petition.) in any lunguage,
Knvelopes & Letter Circulars,
Sporting Scores A, Records,
Perpetual Washing Lists,
General Book Work,
Kto., Ktt; Ete., Etc.,
I'ritiKd and lllnektd tvlmu dMlrtd.
if No Job li alio wud to lev th?ll
flfl uaul It glvu ituitMUau,
9i-lu- ' W.j