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FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
SUMMARY OF REPORT:
BUSrNESS OF 18!).,.
Premium Income 4 27,'l88,(io7 .-M'
Interest, Rents, etu 0,374,980.51
Total Income $ :M,8(W,0-l.r
Endowments ami Annuities
Dividends, Purchased Insurunte,
Total to Policy Holder
Number of New Policies Issued
Amount of New Insurance Written ....... .
CONDITION JANUARY 1,
Liabilities, I per cent .Standard
Number of Policies in Force
Amount of Insurance in Force
PROGRESS IN 1803.
Increase in Benefits to Policy Holderi $ 1,04.1,437 84
Increase in Assets 1 1,201 ,582. 22
Increase in Surplus 220,082.08
Increase in Insurance Written 54.812.0M .00
Increase in Insurance in Force
Increase in Number of Policies in Force
Increase in Number of Policies Written in 1893
over 1 8512
Increase in New Premiums Income over lluit of
In th following respects tho Now York Life. In 1893, has BROKEN ALL
RECORDS vor mada ujr Hoiiolf or any other Company.
KtnsT Number of policies
Skconk Number of now
Titiitn Amount of new inturunco
Milium Number of now pohcie-s
Finn Net pain in now business
mi.tii Net incrciixe in number
Skvkntu Net pain in in-uirniu-e
O. O. BERGER,
ARK RKCEtVIXCJ NEW IN' VOICES OF
BOOK & JOB STOCK
Electric Printing Office,
4, 103,403 .91
1 "1,038,400. '27
for iu ISO.'?
itcitmiiv written in
Uiiii'd in 180:1
for iu 180.:
over tlio previous your
of policies iu force
(IKNKIt.M. ArtKNT. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Honolulu, H. I.
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
II V do not iio in for ijrindiitu out
Spectacles anil Eyeijlatsen, but we can
fit you at price in accordance u ith the
(I'll LINE OK
DOLLS & GAMES
18 WKU. AHdOUTKI).
Al.l. KINDS OK
Needles & Fittings!
ItaiugtoQ v Typewrites
The KIiikoI All Typ-wrlter.
Purses and Card Cases,
Tennis Rickets and Supplies,
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
Fall Supply or Fine Stationery,
1 n i i ia it
linilflrR Irflnl Mill I III
1 ..v. .. vmmm yivv WJ'
BOOkS Ordered by
K2r MqsIc and
Anil ilnn'l rorifp
linli of our hiii.lnn'.t 11 nil
1(1 1 mi
Cleveland Bicycle Club i
v vj wu v u v (
Will hiivc Up rirrt DrnwIiiK on
APRIL 1 , 1 S4,
IT ONLY COSTS YOt'
!( A MONTH
1 1" In
IIiik whli othur "I'lfVi'lnml"
Wluit morn cuii you tt-c for.
Join Now, a Few Chances Left !
H. E. WALKER,
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
Will utti'inl In .MiiiuiKuiiiLiit an.t Sule
of liiiierty uml Lullovtliiti in
nil Its lirani'lifs.
Houses and Land For Sale
Northerly iminht ef ICiiiiuti uml Hi rrlimlii
Oimik: OiittiliHirhvliin LewNJ. Uviv,
I'orturifl. 17.V tf
Jf" TTIN A TVT
5 14 jr-ort Sti-t..
ALWAYS ON HAN 0 Till:
Latest Stvles in Millinerv :
-TIIK LATKST IN -
White and Colored Worsted Goods
TIIK JIOhT COMPLKTK STUCK UK
DRY : GOQDSbvtlJ'
- ,mj - - v-' --' - I to proiiudgnln a now constitution.
in nn: oity
Dressmaking Done by Mrs. Rentier.
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Luaus
General Futolio I
At Smith's Bus and Livery
Stables, King Street,
(Ailjoirilnc Mutroiilltnn Muiit MnrkctJ
l tlio CliHi(i"t pliu'o In low a yen can not
Ituiixei., Wuif(piHittc, Hukh'c. uml KuiMIk
llor-oy. It will uy you in mil and M'
iKilure yen try fUowliuie.
CEYLON TEA AND JEWELRY.
1IUK TO INFDItM TIIK I'l'HI.U
t lilt t I Imvu oiiciiihI his Ktnro til No. I.vi
Miniiiui niriini wiin i;niuii .Miinoiiieiiiri'il
Jonelry ct with Itiililfii, Miiililrcn, l'i arl,
hIc. Jilbt ri-fvlvfil iiiiiin I'iim Ctiyloii Tea
try il. ANo, Ceylon 1 1 0 ii.l-nindo Liii'e,
l An liiHKCtl'in el my tock It kullvltcil.
1 W. J. HAIUtlH.
I KW-tl ,Sf W .S'krhiii (tit
(Continued from hi Page.)
ho did not want to bo treated like a
negro. Tho proposod oath would
I deprive tuom of thoir liberty. A
man who took that oath would put
a chain about his nock. There was
no law to compel thorn to vote, no
I pennHy upon them if thov neglected
l to vote. Why was it that nil tho
ollico-lioldorn had registered? Sim
i.iy itj iioiu inoir p aees. iiioir nopes
for justico from the United States
wore not yot extinct; thoir appeal
ivna dill .....!!.... .1 IV--!.!......
i ....a d.iii fcuuiug III' l uailllliuu.
i John Piiillim said it was not his
intention to speak until two hours
previously. Ho supposed ho had
consented out of what Mr. Castle
had ouco called his good-natured
simplicity. Other speakers had had
two or threo days to prepare, whilo
ho had hut two hours. Therefore
his remarks would be brief. Besides
what ono speaker said would likely
cover what others would have said.
inoy woro met to protest agaiust
mo cousiutuiouai convention oiec
tion. lly tho cumulativo vofo pro-
tmuu iur, iiio uovorinnoiii i-uuni so- ineso people nave proclaimed (ill
ruru( cotnploto control of tho cou-! over the world that llio native Ha
ention. For all necessary purposes , waiians are unfit for solT-Kovern
the President might stand on tho . niont, being only fit to eat poi and
steps i me uxecuttvo uuuuuig aim
! read that constitution out clause by
L'tauw, uccaiino wo uonovo mo resuu voto in auy iroo coiiutrv m tho
would bo tho same with tho excop-1 world.) Now ho havo thorn iui
tion of a few minor details. Ho saw ' ploring Iiawaiinns all over the eoun-
no reasonamo objection to havinir
all tho J10 members elected by tho
people, for possibly no harm would
como to tho Uovornment by that
procoss. As ho had told ono high iu
tho councils of tho Government, it
was a litoral impossibility for tho
Koform party to hold power any
length of time. It would fall by tho (
weight of its component parts. ; merit of the U.iwniiuii Mauds has
What wo want is peaceable govorn- called a convention for the purpose
mont by tho people in this country. of preparing and promulgating a
(Applause.) Wo do not liko to see Constitution for theso Islands, and
armed guauls traveling about tho has, iu the Act calling such eonveu
streets all hours of tho day and tion, provided that the same shall
night. (Applause.) And we believe consist of 117 nienibets, to include
that tho way to provent this is to tho HI self-appointed and non-repro-havo
free, representative govern- sontative members of tlio Executive
mont. (Applause.) Thoso who havo I and Advisory Councils of paid tlov
had time to prepare thoir speeches eminent, and IS members to bo elec
can avoid saying anything of a sedi-' ted: and
turns nature, lint If 1 keep on speak -
ing without preparation I will bo
liable to say aomethiuir to cause mv
I ..... fA.....l!i I.... ft .l.i v
i iiiiv.-niimramuu, iL.il!KulL'rv .XW,
arresiiorseuition. (.L.atigbter.1 .Now,
P.11 I..wou.'! 83: : U,is Kentlemen of
, 1110 rrovisional Uovornmout, give us
n ireo, unirainmoled vole In this
! constitutional convention, and we
! nrH., !' jro,u; Al'P'auso.)
The baud hero played a selection.
; V. W. Amii'iuiu said: Wo havo not
innin li.im fn nll vll.i iiinimi t n...
'not going to say anything agaiust which shall be so prepared, to a vote
itho gentlemen of tho Provisional 1 f the people; and
1 (lovernmout. for they are nearly all "'" ft" There is now pending
J my personal friends, and they aro n,d unadjusted before the Govern
doing all thov can to make the best i l"""t 'f tho United .Stntes of Ameri-
01 a uau joi). (
(,n1 (,mvv omj n
of a bad job. (Laughtor.) It is not
noeu, Dul sympathy,
ten off more than thev
aro liable to irot louk-
jaw. (.Laiigmor.) 1
am uoiuir to
give you some good American and
liritish doctrine, and when that is
sifted down it mcaus good Hawaiian
doctrine. I havo always lived in a
free government until tho 17th of
January, 1893 American doctrine
as found iu the Declaration of Inde
pendence is that government has
only a right to exist with tho con
sent of the governed. Urltish
doctrine is practically the same,
whatever It was a century ago.
Those gent lemon havo proceeded
with this constitutional convention
on the plan of a Mexican Congress.
(Laughter.) They are too prudent
to go before tho people. Therefore
they propose to hold a constitu
tional convention, of which a mai-
) oritv is declared elected already.
I And elected by whom? lly them
selves. There was a const iliitioual
convoution iu California iu 187!).
Would the peoploof California havo
' consented to tho Legislature having
1 enacted that itself wan to constitute
1 tho majority of the convention?
(Voices -"Not much.") This Uov
ornineiit is not beyond the paloifjnid intended to prevent a full and
I criticism, although 1 havo no doubt
1 some of its members would liko to
havo it placed beyond criticism.
We aro not compelled to take tho
oath or to vote for such a conven
tion. Tho Provisional Government
has not yet made it a crime to do
Mfltlltllfr ( ...III. III. .r I ain.f.. If
tho Attorney General know that tho
I opposition would bo guided by such
, deviltry as to refuse to register, ho
would haio put a clause iu tho Act
I to make it a crime to do nothing.
I (Laughter.) Tho opoakor thou took
. up tho (inestiou of foreiirn citizen-
1 ship asailoctod by the oath, express
'"Kdoubt of the Attoruoy-Gouorars
''"""truelioii of the law. No consti-
tution in the Ainericau system had
over been adopted without submis
sion to tho people. Tho Federal
! constitution after boim.' nrenanxl
h' tl10, cI.vo.,,t,o,.t l'hUmioipiiin
ibmitted to all tho Stales for !
ratification oy thuir Leuislatures.
Little 1 Khodo Island was tho last to
give in its assent. You remember
, a revolution that took place about
Jan. 1, 181KI, tho excuse for which
If it was a great crime for the Queen
I to attempt thai action thou, how
1 does it becotno a crowning virtue for
tho V. G.toaltemplituovv? (Laugh
I tor.) It is because they aro holy
peoploandit is the boauty of holiness
1 uni inauos a crying sin in ono cno a
shining virtue in another. Thore is
nothing American, nor liritish, nor
French, nor eveu Chinese, in thoir
action, but the uearest thing to com
pare it to is Itussian. Thono gentle
men over tho way havo got loaded
dice and cards stacked, and now they
call tho game. (Laughter.) Wo say
to them, -You do not ask tho will of
the people; you throw this out for a
bait j but you do not want a popular
convention. They will railroad this
constitution through and then tell
the world that it was done by a con
stitutional convention. Thooo peo
ple havofaul abroad that they aro
backed by lliree-fourths of tho peo
ple -and it is a blasted lie but if
they have any such a backing why
don't the trust thopooploT One of
the members of the Advisory Coun
cil has declared thai he will not vote
at the election if the constitution Is
not to be stilutlitted to the people.
That Kuiitlomau' reiolvu is good
enough for mo. Lot us stand asido
and seo how many voters will hu re
gistered by tho 2nd of May. (Ap
plause.) Axtone Kim spoko in Hawaiian.
People 1 1 ml boon going among thorn
telling them there was no hope of
restoration. Who told thoto people
thore was no hope of restoration?
(Applause.) After speakiug at length
in Hawaiian he spoke in English.
uoro a native look the oalli anil
votetl for a convoution under the
. resont condition of affairs, ho would
t... ..ll! l.s .1
bo selling his country worse than
tho Commissioners who offered the
country for salo. What is the nieaii
iug of the menacing attitude of the
Government this ooning, in posting
special police all through and about
this gathering? Have not the 11a
waiians proved their right to niacin
bio peaceably for the consideration
of their rights, by their perfectly
peaceful conduct ever since t lie revo
lution? Why, then, should special
police bo peering into this meeting
i lrom evory sale, and listening to
uear soiuetintii' tnat will uivotlieiu
nn oxctno for arresting somebody;
iirinit gin. ia loreignor s voice. -
"Sovonty-llve percent of thorn could
. try to vote for this eoiiMiliiliuiHil
convoution, bcauso thev
........ :.... I . .1 . ...!
without their votes thev
present sulliciont strong! 1
to I ho
Mr. lioa then read I ho rc ilmioiii
in Hawaiian, and Mr. Ahford in
English as follow.-:
II hermit 1 ho I'nn iional lioveru-
1 Ulirrrun Said Act provides that
voters for delegate to such conven
tion, and such deleuates shall first
take an oath to bear true alleuianco
to oppose the re elablishinent of
.Monarchy in the Hawaiian Mauds,
thereby unreasonably restricting the
t poople, and such convention, in their
. choice of a permanent form of gov-
eminent, mid makes no provision for
I the submission of I hn ( 'mmlll ill inn.
' ,a the protest of the Constitutional
"over 111 01 nawan againsi die
net ion 01 tnoso uy wiiom said Con-
stftutlonal Government of Ilaunii
was deposed, on
tho 17th da of
Awr Iherefiiri ISo
it icsolvcil In
ns, tho loyal people of Honolulu, iu
mass meeting ntcomiilcd, on tho
evening of this lit li day of April.
IS'.M, that we will and do decline to
take said oath, or to register or vote
for delegates to such convention n
aforesaid; ami we further decline to
participate or co-operate iu any pro
ject of said Provisional Government
to extinguish tho Hawaiian Const i
tutiou of ISS7, or to adopt a form of
government other than that sanc
tioned by said Constitution, until a
definite and final reply to said pro
test of the Couxtitiittou.il Govern
ment of Hawaii shall have been re
ceived fiom tho (loierumeui of said
llemdr-il -That we regard the said
Act parsed by the r.nid lVoviiitual
Government, and especially tho pro
vision thereof which make,' 1 in. mem
bers of said Councils nlo members
of said Convent ion, thereby niuriug
a majority of 11011 icptcutntio
members therein, as being calculated
inir re presentation the neon le in
such Convention; ami we regard tho
oath thereby prescribed as a practi
cal disfraiichihcmout of the Hawai
ian poople, ami of all who, with
them, remain loyal to the form of
government hero oNting from time
llmulrul That wo appeal to
our compatriots ,uil sympathizers
throughout tho land to stand firm
iu thoir refusal to lake said oath, or
to register or vote for delegates to
lirnolml -That the chairman and
soeretary of this meeting aro hereby
instructed to forward a copv of theo
resolution-, to IIU Kxcotlmioy tlio
Minister Plenipotentiary of thu
United States in Hawaii', with a re
quest that ho will forward thu same
to his Government,
Chairman KauluKoii put the reso
lutions to tho meeting, which adopt
ed them with a roar. The mooting
dispersed to tho music of tho bami,
closing with "Hawaii I'onoi."
A Business Proposition
I Im ulu, wlin lot linn ti.inli
lUli-il in Hen
lulu Iui 1 incurs it
Builder and Contractor,
I WUIii'h id i'iiiiiiiMn with tho Imril tine.
I mill to kIvii te tlm liiiliMr (lie Iwiu lit liv
IllrilUllllIK I Ill-Ill with unu.1 llllll. lit low
lirlwn fur .S.ot 1 111.I1. You i-iuiuut iillunl tu
I lut your inii.Tt 1:0 10 ruin fur ilin wont of
1 riiuirH. M . I int'ii 11 will Kii.ir.intt-e -atU-I
(111:1 lim. I'lttroiilw thi' luiiiimilim.
! GEO. W. LINCOLN,
I Uiul-K 'iu Knit; mu-i-i
V Miliilfil Cm
SI MILK Well .N Oil A
Mlill1 ftir iri'lli'i.il Ih.'ii ilur
In 1 u)iii;i' tu Knruii' li) 11 tit itt i t tvlili
I fin t.l nn. (loud n (t'U'iu'f. iKiulruil. ...
I ,ily 10
1 Kit. IIOKI'm III.AKtlKIt A- 11 ,
I I'urniT Kliiu uml I tm li-t .in.'i- ..r 'i.
tin In ! it.-tii , iiim-liii I'liuiiiii. p.iiiiire.
1 till mill Miuill
rvi'i.w i;i 11.1t 1 n
Mrfiii'l nnlir. fVi Cu-h
llurr U-i 1 1111. 1 1 I 111
A ," I'. O. II..
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Tim nliove Store 1ms received hiiiiIIiit
Hplcndld Invoice of
1 (VI P n n
JfiiBkilk & hiicj Goods
Per S. S. "China."
Beautiful Silk and Grape
lri' (lomU In all simile, pluln mid
Cotillon. Tnlile Covers',
Hcil Cover", Jovn,
Silk Grape Rainbow Suits,
All Color Kiiney I)rnrlp,
. . , . .. . . ,
llollli", .SViirN, PiHii'?,
.Ini'kct, Caii", Ktc , Ktc.
Tim I'rli'f of thc-t (IimhN ulll iistiml-li
Elegant Silk Kimonos!
Ilaicl'niiic rlj:nrt'tti' 'nv
Sll! Ttu j-.li .,
Large and Small Japanese Rugs
811k Uliilirullie., Iliht hut treli;
!lmlr Ku.lilli.1. tk;
llittnlioo llllihK limit with pii'li-v;
Silk l.-mip Slirnlf", lunv -.t
Jnpanose Scroois, lrom S3 Up.
Large Japanese Umbrellas
V i'iim I,h S,.l with I'elc In Ihc
(ireilinl, lilcu for. I'liMilc- or Luiichi'n mil
of ilnor-. limy nin he iiiumsl out or 11ml
u 11 It'tit.
IN (IUKAT VAItlKTY.
life- lllM1'lllMI ltHSH-ll(lllly lnvlli-.!.
Mrs. J, P. P.Collaco, Proprietress.
Notice to Consumers!
The le-ic irorh the llitimilan
'hi-trie d. bilitji now completed,
notice it hen liy uitea that from
and after .Inounry loth the Cmo
puny it prepartd to supply innin
descent electric litilitlnn to cum
In 11 few dnyn the CiiiopiintJ will
nho be prepared tofnrniili iltctric
miliars fur inner, mid uf which
due notice will be iivm .
The Compaii) further ititiianuie
Unit they are prcpurid to receive
orders fur interior wlrtuij and can
furnish futures and all jittiuijs in
connection with m w sercice.
I'einlul rubs, rtiinlations mid
Comjimiy's rati can be hail on
application to the Siipirlnli intent.
Wm. G. IRWIN,
HI.' ll l'UKSiDKNT II. K. CO.
ON APRIL 1, 1894,
HOKE & ZUR OEWESTE
Will IiiK'h rlmnre u tint Sinri- known n
"K.V MAILK" with 11
NEW COMPLETE STOCK
I.AIUKV it ClllLliKKN
Sbo-js, Notions, Etc., Ktc Ktc.
Anhouser-Busoh Browing Co.
"EAGLE" Brand Boor.
St. Lni'iB, Oet.28, I8!0.
, Mr.a. MArr.vm.iNCit Co., L'l.,
i Honolulu, II. I.
Drttr Sir We linve. mulled you n copy
of tlio Uluhclemocrnt nnnoiinrlnj: the crrnt
vlrtory won liy tlio AMir.tiKtn-llm'U Akxo
ciation with their "KAdl.r." llrnml of
ANIfhUSKIt-llUSCll Illtl.tt'lXO A8SO
OIATIOX. (b'prciol Itrijlqteh to lltohelUnwcrnt.)
Wonin' KaYb, t'liiiMiio, III., Oct. '20.
No nwiinl hai i'Vf chopti nimlo ko grntlfylng
tof-t. Iititi I eip!oiuiil ho Justly tucrituil
w tlio olio it f ven to'Unv liy ilio OolunililAti
Jury of the W'orM' l'.jfr, t'ull-t Iiik of con
noli'iir uml rlii'inUlfcof tlii'lilcliput rnnk.
to tlm Atilinier-llitic)Hrt!uliii Aocl
lion, lly iiiriliuil.i of unrivalled business
viil'ririr. nml liy lining tJie hejt nintcrlnl
prthlut'cil In Aiiii'rli'ft nnit WtruiK1, exclud
ing com nml other nditlterSJiH or etirni
puti'K, the illllVr-nt klndi of tin' Anlieitfer
llucli lici-r huvii hcfotim tin. fuqrltcj with
tlio AiihtIi'ioi tieoi le, nml linvo rMJP con
iitercd the liluliot nwnrd In every paWJiat
lnr. wlileli linil to lio eoii'Mered by vt
i Coliiiiililnu Jury. Tin" tilfsli rlmnicter of
the nwnrd jjlveu to-tliiy liy tlm jurors will
1 lie lietlrr unilertood when It N known Hint
I the iliirerent liecri exhllilteil liy thu An
I heiier-llueh llrewlnij Ai'i'oelntluu linil to
eoiuK'UMrltli leuiilretlK of the limit exert
lint tllplny of nlhrr lunvur. Tho fnct
tlmt nn other concern tin-t reeelved o
tiiiiny iHilntit for the various e-pntlnl ipinl
ltleiif u"od Iwr cniillrni" nnew Hie nriu'n
rt'pitl'itlon ns the lender of nil Aiucrleali
lncr, nml Mr. Adnlphiti lltireh em feel
proud over this result to justly iimrltcd.
ear The above Is a Fac-slmllle of tbe
Label of tbc "EAGLE" Brand wlilcb took
tk- In uriliTlnu thl liver Mire to
uk fer tho "lIAOr.!:" llramt.
Macfarlane & Co., L'd,
.tijniti for llni'iittiiK Iilitiiitt
Ml. II.' li
11 1 1' 1 riff '
J. A, Victor's Phonograph Parlor
Corner Hotel anil llitliel utrcotn.
You will llml all of tlic LtitiMt Holri'tlotM
In KiiHtcrn M hhIo Siiiu, llrurN llnuils,(lr
clidMii, Cornut uml Xylo)ilioiiu.Siloi W11
hIm) innkit u npuvlnlty of .Stillvd M111I0.
; New Records Received by Every Steamer.
tW Don't fnrKt't tin- plivi-e "VieroitV,''
nor tlm prluu, only l cvuu I'nrli K'lictlou.
Rigger and Stevedore,
KHIIMAIKS AM) CONTUACTS ON
ALL KINKS OK WOKK.
Tho Sulir. "MAIIIMAIU"
Will rim rt'Kiiliirly lietwoeu llil i.ert nml
Vt...l..t.i.. I.'.... ..ll!.... .. M..I...I..I.. L'
.......li..., .,.. 1. t.,i, ii.i.i.iiiK,, iti-mir
1 mil uml I'uiilkl tui tlio Ulitii'l of OhIiii.
Kor Crt'Ilil, t tc, iiii'.v te thu Cupula.
t lmiulrt' t .title.- of .1 8. Wulkcr,
1 uvt-r Hiirt'ckiU' Hank, Kurt itrcol. lOT-ll
iCl'K'LM. LUtllAUY OK SilKNCK
, O 111M Kl.'tlon op..n t'vi-rv TtlhHDAY,
Illl'ltSliAY uml 8ATUtl)AY. from
2 to I o'ulouk r. m., ci'oiii I loo 1 of Ko.
ti'r Ilioi'l,. Niumntt rititi. t; t'titrmu't. on tlm
hum liutlliiK to Kouiiilry.
lp- lloukH lunt out to rrioiii.lilti pur
tit's ill llonolnlu, uml wlii'ti priiullculilti, to
. risiili'iiu of Hid other UluinU.
KlvinuiitHry CIiixn In Tlii'oiopliy ovury
WKDNIIIa Y i;Vi;.MMi, tit 1 :) o'clock
iiliurp, in thu Lllimry Hull. UT7-0w
ALL KINDS OF SOAP
Soft Soap a Specialty
rtr-lll(,'liuM Ciikli 1'ilfu piiM forTitlluw.
ISJ KIND HTUKKT.
IP. O. BOX 341.
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