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FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
JOHN A. McOALL, President.
SUMMARY OF REPORT:
1H7SINESS OP 189.
Interest, Routs, etc
Endowments and Annuities
Dividends, Purchased Insurance,
Total to l'olicv Holders
Number of New Policies Ismiuc1
Amount of Now Insurance Written
CONDITION JANUA.UY 1, 1894.
Liabilities, 4 per cent Standard .
Number of Policies' in Force
Amount of Insurance in Force . . v.
Increase in Beuolit to Policy Holders.
Increase in Assets
Increase in Surplus
Increase, in Insurance Written
Increase in Insurance in Force
Increase in Number of Policies in
Increase in Number of Policies Written in 1803
over 1S02 18,852
lucreuno in New Premiums Income ovr that of
1802 1,082,008 42
la th following roapocU tho Now York Life. In 1803, hat BROKEN ALL
RECORDS ovor made by Uorolf tor any other Company.
Fih.ht Number of polieie applifd :l'or in 1803 05,500
SKnNi Number of new policies actually written in 1803
Tmun Amount of new insurance,
Forum Number of new poliricr-
Finn Not pain in new business over the previous year
Sixth Net increase in number of policies in force 37,008
Skvk.vih Net train in insurance in force $80,008,040
O. O. BERQER,
Daily Bulletin Publishins
BOOK & JOB STOCK
Electric Printing Office,
. 11,374,080. 51
I :w,su:?,GlG on
etc. . 4,103,453.01
$ 15,038,450 27
. 118,700,78 20
. 770,150,078 00
. 1,043,437 84
isMicd in 1803 ...$223,800,000
actually paid for in 1803
OKNKKAI. AOKNT. HAWAIIAN ISI.ANHS.
.NEW IXVOICKS OF
Honolulu, H, I.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
HV do nut iio in for grinding out
Spcduclet uiitl Kyeytattn, but we can
fit you at price in nirnrdance with the
UK LINK K
DOLLS & GAMES
1H WKI.I, ASSUHTKli
A I.I. KINDS OK
Itiiiiigtoii v Typewriters
The KImk of All T pcwrltrr.
Purses and Card Cases,
Tennis Rackets and Supplies,
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
Full Supply of Fine Stationery,
Guitars from $4.00 Up.
Z3T Music and Books ordered by
Tflk- Anl don't forget I'Artll I- the
liol of our IhiMukfk mill It ulnnyx till ks.
Cleveland Bicycle Club
Will liiivi- ItK I'lrit lrlii(f on
-A.FR.IILi 1 , 1 S4,
IT OM.V niSTH vol
10 A MONTH
To he. III lln with other "Cluvclnlid"
rlilcr-. Wlmt more ritii oii nik fur.
Join Now, a Few Chances Left!
H. E. WALKER,
Ap-nt, Honolulu, II I.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
Wlllntleud to Muimccuicnt nnd ."vile
if rniivrty mid t'ollcctliii; in
nil ftc brunche,,.
Houses and Land For Sale I
Northerl) urner of Kmiim nnd Ibretnula
(Hrn c: OliediMirbelnw 1,uwihJ, U-vey, '
Kort htreei. llTft-tf '
J. J. EGAN
514 Fort Street.
ALWAYS ON II AN I) THE
Latest Styles in Millinery
-THE LATEST 1N-
Whito and Colored Worsted Goods
THE MOST Cti.MIM.ETK HTOCK OF
IN THE OITY
Dressmaking Done by Mrs. Renner.
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Luaus
Qeneral Futolio !
, At Smith's Bus and Livery
Stables, King Street,
Adjoining Metro)lltnu Meut Mnrkut,
U the. Cheapest pluce In town you can U"t
llutte.1, Wu)!oiieltii, llupglcs mid bmbilc
llon-en. It will iiy on to cull ami cc
bufore )ou try uUuwIil-iu,
Mutual Tolophono 40B,
OEYLON TEA AND JEWELUY.
1IEO TO INI'OltM THE IM'III.IC
thnt 1 hnvu oiiimcd in v rlliirti Hi No, I-j
Kiiiiiinii htrnot Willi Ctilou .Muiitlfnctiired
Jewelry net with Itnlilci, huiililrc, 1'tnrU,
etc, Jiut ncclvcil ndim I'urc CnjlouTcii -try
It. Alo, Ceyluu llnnd.iiinde. l.uce.
An iiilect!'iu of my Kloi-lc lit Hollelltid.
1 W. J. BAIIHIH,
1 VW-tf s'' W Nuiiui trMt
DISASTER IN SPAIN.
Divers Killed While Seeking for the
Saxtander, March 21. Auothor
fatal accident occurred hero to-day,
caused by an explosion of dynamite.
cvur siuco mo awiui uiaasior iuai
occurred in this city on the night of
Novouiber 3d last, when tho Spanish
steamer Cabo Machicaco was blowu
up by tho explosion of a part of tho
largo consignment of dynamite on
board of her, tho wrecked hull of
the vessel has boon lying at tho bot
ton of tho bay.
It was discovered by divors who
went down in search of tho bodies
of some of those who were killed at
the litno that a considerable quan
tity of dynamite was still in tho
wreck. This was considered a
menaco to shipping and tho authori
ties detorminod to havo it romoved.
Today, whilo a number of workmen
wore engaged in the work of taking i
tho dynamite from the hull, an ex
plosion occurred and several of tho
men were killed. ,
The loss of life occasioned by tho
disaster last November has never
been accurately ascertained. It is
known, howover, that tho list of
dead, missing and wounded num- '
bored fully a thousand. The Machl- '
caco was lying alongsldo a wharf
discharging part of her cargo, which '
consisted of general merchandise,
Including Iron ore, flour and petro
leum iu ca.us. While this work wa
going on tho steamer took fire, and
the blazo attracted largo crowds to
i tho water front.
Ollicers and mon went to tho as
sistance of tho firemen, who had
been hastily summoned. Suddenly
there was a doafouing roar and the
steamer disappeared. Tho slaughter
among the spectators was frightful.
, Houses along tho water frout wore
i either completely destroyed by the
shuck of the explosion or else so
badly damaged as to he unlit for
Largo quantities of burning oil
were thrown into tho city, and at
one time it appeared as though tho
whole placo would be destroyed.
Fortunately, however, a change in
the wind prevented this, but terrible
damage had been done. A hundred
small vessels sank iu tho harbor and
a number of others, including tho
merchant steamer Alfonso XII,
caught fire from the rain of flaming
oil and burned. Forty of the crow
of the Alfonso lost their lives.
Mangled ami blackened corpses
were scattered along tho quay, and
the scone was one that delicti de
scription. Among tho dead was Don
Manned do Lapeua, the provincial
I Governor, and a number of other
officials. Just as the ship blow up a
railway train arrived at the station
a considerable distance from the
'scone of lLo explosion. The train
was completely wrecked, set on fire
I and most of Its passengers burned
Au AlleKod Outrafjo.
I winli ti mid my grk-vniico to tlio
long roll of t-omplnintu nucnt tho
cd-cal luil jjolk-d with whom thin town
ia cnrMjtl. Knrljr Tilcsilny morning
my prnmisoH vtro mid oil without
warrant, or ovun tlio nhndow of a
protoxt, by a thing who draws n
good honlthv (nlnry for loafing
round tho Marnhalrs olllco, hlns
tilii'iiiiiiL' and oxDoutorntinir all day
long. 1 protested and allied him to j
snow catiRM for Inn intniion. JIiIh
wrutuhod Boriib, who has fed from
tho pnlilic oril) until ho has outgrown
his halter, then committed a brutal
nsjntilt on my porfiou. Ueing tiur
roundutl by a half dozen other Htiios.
all of whom ho could rely upon '
whim under tmth bnforo n eo'nrt, and ,
alno having by him the proteeting j
InUtiouuo of C'aplnin Langlay, I sup. '
poao ho grow hold. What "could 1 ;
tloT Xothing! 1 had to toko water
because iu ovont of my lieking him
(which I could easily flu) I would bo
arrested aud punished for "obstruct
ing justice," or breaking poiiid an
cient rusty law which could bo re
mirrcctod to conveniently lit tho cam.
1 saw tho Deputy Mnrshnl and asked
him to investigate tho matter. .My
taxes help to pny that gentleman s
wages, but ho coolly and posit iely
reftibed to itxiuire into tho airuir.
Now, Mr. hilitor, is it not about
time that this kind of thing should
co.im.iT Tho Altornoy-UmioraPs tlo- ,
partmout is a crying disgrace to tho
community, a standing mouaco to
our lives and liberty. Lot us swoop (
away these things who prostitute '
the service for their own ends. Lot
t ho .Marshal's bureau bo cloau enough
to stand tho test of tho taxpayers'
opinions. Ai.niKD Lanoi.at. i
1, a witness, certify that tho above
account of tho usuault committed is
I'n a mis Leo G. H.midkn.
Noftro Emigration to Africa.
HuiJtiNoiiAM, (Ala.), March 21. -Three
thousand representative no-1
groos from every part of Alabama
woro iu attendance hero to-day upon i
tho State Convention of Negroes re
cently e;illi-d to consider tho ques
tion of emigration to Africa. It was ,
tho souse of tho mooting that Africa
being tho natural homo of tho ne
gro those in this country should re
turn to thnt continent us soon as
possible aud establish there a great
nation such as tho whites had ostab
lished iu America. It was agreed,
however, as tho white man had
brought tho negro to America ho
ought to pay his faro back to their
native land. Kesolutious to that
ollVet wore passed.
Our better halves t-ay they could
not keep houe without Chamber- ,
Iain's Cough lloinedy. It Is used iu
more than half the homes in Leeds.
Sims Hros.. Leeds. Iowa. This shows
the esteem in which that rmnedy is
hold where it has been sold for years
and is well known, Mothers have
learned that (hero is nothing so good
for colds, croup aud whooping
cough, (hat It cures these ailments
iuickly ami permanently, and that
it is pleaviut and safe for children
to take. '.') and WJcent bottles for
sale by all dealers, lleuson, Smith
& Co., Agouti for thu Hawaiian
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
The above Store hs received niiiilher
Splendid Invoice of
Jiipani'se Si lite)' Goods
Per S. S. "China."
Beautiful Silk and Grape
l)re dooch in nil sliailr, plain mid
('iishlom, Table Covers,
Med Cover, flown,
Silk Grape Rainbow Suits,
All f'oto Kiincy Draperies
Kolllo", Hcnrf-, gnidu-,
Jacket?, Cni, Etc . Etc.
Tlii" I'rlif of thou (lomN will idti'liMi
Elegant Silk Kimonos!
llnii.'vnic ('lnn-tle f':ii
Sll! Ten Colt".
Large and Small Japanese Rugs
Hill. Uiiilirulliiii, Unlit lull -trniii!;
f'lmlr r-nddles. illk;
llmuboo IIIIiiiI". lilted with ptillc:
."Ilk tamp sJliinlc, new it) l.
Japanese Screens, from 33 Up.
Large Japanese Umbrellas
Cit't be Set with I'ule III the
Kroutid, iilin fur l'leiilcj or I.iiiu'Ih out
i of dour, they can be oHined out 01 u-nl
as a tent.
IN UltEAI VAIMKTY.
i Uk- lllM-clliHI lterivlfiilly Ittvlli-d.
. Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco, Proprietress.
Notice to Consumers!,
The new wiifkt tlif llnudiinn
Kin trie f". Ifimj vim "inililetl,
notice it hereUtj tiien thnt rum
mul after January l'ith th Cum
puny it prepared In mpply inruif
deu'ent tlirlrie llijliliiiy In .((
In a i if dtiyt th Ciiiiipiiny irill
iilmi he prepared toiirniuli i led rip
miilnrt fur pnuer, and J uhiih
due uotiee will be iM'-h.
The Company further anmiunee
thut they are prriund tn naive
nrdi m far interior wiriii'i and van
furaith fitunt and nil jltlinijt in
enniirrtiitn with new m rrit .
Printed nilet, reyulntitnii and
('ii)iipiiny'n ralit kui he had mi
applivalinn In the iiupi einteuilenl.
Wm. G. IRWIN,
IMH:SHKNT II. K. I'D.
ON APRIL 1, 1894,
HOKE & ZUR OEWESTE
Will tnke ehnri-e of tlio Store known n
"KA MAIM;" with a
NEW COMPLETE STOCK
, FANCY AWTIOUCs.
i.unr.v & i iiii.iiitKS's
i Shoos, Notions, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins the Prize at tho
World's Fair with their
EAGLE" Brand Beer.
ST. Loris, Oct. 23, 18!U.
MEW.. MAtTtRLAMBituCo., Ii'tl.,
Honolulu, II. I.
ritnr Him-- We have mulled yon a copy
of the (llolir'lfentnfriil nntiniiiK'itif; tlie great
vli'torv won liy the Amih'm n-llcrn Ako
cumon with tliolr ' lJAOl.K" llrand of
ANilhlJhUH.HUHCH II It HAVING ASSO
CIATION. (Fjifrliil Difjwtrh In lilulr-ttemoeritt.)
WllHt lH K.lll, ClltCWIO, ll.L., Oct. HI.
No nwitrd lin ever been niuilc f-o gratify ine
to ft. IaAiI people, nnd o Jtltly merited
ns the one m'vch to-ihiv by the f.ohiniliinn
jury of tlio World1!' I'nir. eiml,tliiR of eon
nolcur mill cheiuM of the highest rank,
to iIim Anlicilor-llil'ch Ilrewini? Aocla
lion. Ily iiiu'lioil of iinrlv.tMf.-u lntlnes
cnterprl'c. mid by iliin the best tnnU-rlnl
tiroiliieed In Aiiie'rli-ii nnd Kurojie, cxelud.
itii! corn mill other mliilterniit-i or xiirni
:nt-. tlieillllerout KIlKlt of tlm Alllieu-er-Jil-i-h
beer hnvo bcnniii the favorite with
the Anu-rlciiti iicnwo, nnd have now eon
ilered the hlj.'liot nward In every jurtli-u-Inr.
hIiI-Ii hud to (hi coti-ddcrcd by the
t'oliitiibinu jury. The high ohnrncter of
the award ulven to.dn by the jurors will
he better liinlertool when It I known that
the dlll'er.-lit bi-ers exhibited by tho All
lieuer-llil'ei Ilrewitii Aroeliitifin linil to
eninpete wltli hundrtd of the mot excel
lent iltplnii of ntlnr hrewuii. The fuet
thnt no other eoiieem ha received o
many tiolnt" for the varlou centiiil iunl
Itlcf of uood lx-er coulirm ntiew the ll'tn'ii
repulitliiii a the lender of nil Amerh-nn
beer, and Mr. Aitolhit Hnwli can feel
proud over thl remit -o )uill iiicrlled.
b a i & fcrWAjV 3
trxr,.-wM.uua ,nn Loii(ft-i..
B&" Tlie above Is a Fac-slrallle ol tbe
Label of tbe " EAGLE" Brand vblcb took
VOl. In ordering thl lleer h urv to
nk for the EAOr.K" llrnnd.
Macfarlauo & Co., L'd,
SlO-tf Jurnf fW llnmiliaii hlmult
,oiitl Talking Pliouourapli
J. A, Victor's Phonograph Parlor
I t'orner Hotel nnd llethel Htrftiti'. .
j You will llud nil of the l.-itext Selection
In lln-icru Mulc-Soiii:-. Ilnin IliiinU.Or
i I'hci-tni, foi net mul Xylopiiutie. Silos Wo
nihil inul.c it .ciiilt of Niitlvu Miikiu,
New Records Received by Ever; Steamer.
I tet lim't furut-t I lift nlni'c "Vii'Tiui'nj''
nor the prU-e, only l ccnt eiich ti'lcctluii.
WiM. DA VIES,
Rigyer and Stevedore,
KS1 I MATHS AS'D (-'"STItAC'Ib ON
Al.l. KINIifK WUltK.
The Selir. MAHIMAIII"
Will run rcifilnrly hcuvccn il,s portion!
Wnlulu.i, Kiia.iIiiiii.i , Molniluln, Kcnuu
nul mil I'uiilkl on the l--hitiil of fahu.
Tor i'rel;hi, to., uj.p y to the Ciiit.iln.
fA. Inilre Ht O'llcu of J .S. Wulker,
ovur !!iiih'I.iI' llniil,, I'iiii ktrt-vi. 107-tf
Sim:-i i. i.iiiiiaiiy hk smi:nim:
nnd riellon oil- n evurv Tl'hbDAY,
lllUltSHAY mid HAll'llDAY, lioiu
.' to I ii dock I-. m.; M'l-Hnii tloor of l'o
tor II. uck, Nii'iium Mre t: eiitiniice on the
lime leiiliiiK to KiMiudry.
(Wt llookx lent out to n npunsilil.- pnr
ile In Honolulu, mul when rm-ticuhlu, to
rccidf nln tif tliu ntlicr UlmuU.
Kleiueiit iry ('himi III '1 heo-oiiliv evnrv
WIlliS I..-D1Y hVr.NINO. nt 7:M ..Yloek
h.iri, in tliu l.ilirnry Hall. i7"-fw
ALL KINDS OF SOAP
Soft Soap a Specialty
(r-II Illicit I'n-di I'rici) pnld furTullon.
ii kivo sTiti;i:r.
Ring Up Bell Telephone 122
Mini I ill Holi'iici r hh -clli(; .Sliui,
i; li'. ii -Ii 1 1, in in Knit.
J-e- n JAMI'.H I'lll.UH'K.
;k ii wi. vi'i'tiis'ii.ii mil o i:.
1 llonrdiimu wile mseiit inr nil of our
Co.iU, iniiieil Irom the cclclmitul Tiik-ihmi
I. UOUKA k CO.
WuduIuIu, Airll2 m VOMf
-muA T.r W
Arc Hecolvlng New Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
UY EVEWY STEAM EK
Mm Priuliiig Office,
SVIicro tliuy lire fully (ncparcil to do nil
kliulu of work In the I a lent styles, at
the HlioncHl not Ice anil at Ihu
moHt Hc.tKouablu Hnic.
Pine Job Woife Id Colors a Specialty I
Kxccuted In tliu Molt Attractive
Ucml tint following psrtlnl lint of poc
lallicH mul gut tin liULl.ETJN's prlft-8 bu
foro pluchiK your orders. Uy o dolus
you will idvu both ilwu und uiouuy.
Uilla of Lulling,
Ket-i'iitb of all kimU,
LiiliuU of ovcry vurii-ty,
l'utitionu in liny litngmigf,
ICnvclopi.-o it I.uttt-r Circnlurb,
.Simrthn; Kcoroa & HccnrtlH,
l'firpi'tnnl Wnuliini,' 1-intn,
Uvnurnl Uonk Work,
Kif.. Ktc, Kti-., Ktc,
I'rluti'd mul Oloekod whn inlrd.
UaT No Job 1 1- allowed to leave ILit of
tloo until It kIvmi iiwiiUwnoa,