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FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
New -York Life
JOHN A. McCALL, President.
SUMMARY OF REPORT:
business op isn:$.
Premium Income $ 27,488,057 .44
Interest, Konts, etc
Endowments and Annuities
Dividends, Purchased Insurance,
Total to Policy Holders
Number of New Policies Issued
Amount of New Insurance Written
CONDITION JAXUARY 1, 1894.
Assets $148,700,781 .20
Liabilities, 4 per cent Standard 131,075,151 .03
Surplus 17,025,080. 18
Number of Policies in Force 253,870
Amount of Insurance in Force 779,150,078.00
PROGRESS IX ISM.
Increase in Benefits to Policy Holders f 1,043,437.84
Increase in Assets . . .
I itcrense in Surplus
Increusc in Insurance Written
Increase in Insurance in Force
Increase in Number of Policies in Force . . .
I nereuse in Number of Policies Written in
Increnso in New Premiums Income over that
In th following rospecU the Now York Life, in 1893, hat BROKEN ALL
RECORDS ever mndo by Horolf or any othor Company.
Fikst Number of policies npplied or in 1803 05,500
Skcond Number of new policies actually written in 1S03
85,1 1 1
Timtn Amount of new insurance issued in 1803 . . .$223,800,000
Foment Number of new policies actually paid for in 1803
Finn Not gain in new business over tho previous year
Sixth Net increase in number of policies in force 37,008
Seventh Net gain in insurance in force $80,008,049
O. O. BERGEH,
Wt-lni OKNKK.Vb AOKNT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
BOOK & JOB STOCK
Electric Printing Office,
85,1 1 1
fl ,812,014. 00
NEW INVOICES OF
Honolulu, H, I.
Golden Rule Bazaar;
W.F.Reynolds, : Prop.
HV (o not go in for grinding out
Spectacles and Eyeglasses, but we can
fit you at price in accordance with the
1 OUU 1,1 XB OK
DOLLS & GAMES
IS WKl.t, ASSORTKD.
ALL KINDS OK
Needles & Fittings !
Remington v Typewrite
The King of All Typewriters.
Purses and Card Cases,
Tennis Rackets and Supplies,
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
Full Supply or Fine Stationery,
Guitars from $4.00 Dp.
t3r Music and Books ordered by
Ami don't force) CASH Is the
basis of our business nnd It always talks.
Cleveland Bicycle Club
Will linve its Klrl Drawing on
APRIL 1 , 1 804,
IT ONLY COSTS YOU
10 A MONTH
To be In line with other "Cleveland"
riders. What mure can you ask for.
Join Now, a Few Chances Left!
H. E. WALKER,
llUI-tf AKt'iit, Honolulu. II 1.
J. J. EGAN
S 1 4 Fort Street.
ALWAYS ON HANU THK
Latest Styles in Millinery
-THK I.ATKHT IN -
White and Colored Worsted Goods
TH K .MOST COM 1'LKTK STOCK OK
DRY : GOODS
IN THK 01TY
Dressmaking Done by Mrs. Reooer.
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Luaus
General DPiotolio I
At Smith's Bus and Livery
Stables, King Street,
Adjoining Metropolitan Meat Market
lu the Cheapest place In town you euu (jet
lUlsi-ea, Wagonettes, Uncles and Huddle
Horses, It will pay you to eall and see
before you try ohuwheie,
lulutual Telephone 40B,
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
Will attend to Management and hale
of Property uilil I'olluetliiK lu
all 1th hraiiehe.i.
Houses and Land For Sale
Northerly eorner of Kinma and llrrctauia
Omi K! Oiutilooi belou Lew in J, Uwey,
Fort Ktreet, tiTft tf
OEYLON TEA AND JKWELKY.
111)0 TO INl'Olt.M Till'. I'l'IILIC
that I Imvtt oeiird hi blore at No. W
Nllliumt htriel with C)luii Maiiilfactlireil
Jewelry H't with llublex. Hupplilrex, IVarla,
ii'. Jiut reeelveil miini I'ure Ceylon Tea
try It. AImi, Ceylon llailil'liiaitu Luee.
An IliniK-ctloii of my Ktoek la milleltuiL
W. J. HADItlB,
WJ-tl '. fVJ NiiuillU ttrrel,
Pay of gardener, nursery, $2010.
Pay of foroator, Makiki, $1800.
Pay of laborers, Makiki, S1800.
Pay of laborers, nursory, $1080.
Pay roll Government building,
Pay roll Thomas and Ltnuia
Sduaro grounds. S2O10. Passed.
Pay roll Mausoleum and grounds.
Pay roll Janitor and keopor Exeat- i
tivo grounds, $2100. Passod.
Mr. Eiia ODnosed the item of a
$1020 appropriation for a depart
mental stonoirranhor. The Attor-
noy-Gonoral explained that he was
to do the work for the four depart
When tho item of $38,100 for the
segregation of lepers was reached.
Xr t.Tr.imnli.4 ti titntfwl In ilnfi.r lltlt H
the Board of Health reported on its
rocont trip to tlio sottlomoni. ino i
Auoruoy-uonorai saw me uoaru ,. , , Tfl,,, ,. , WomnV lun, C'lit.Ano, Ii.i, Oct.aa-
did not intend to roport to tho ' i.p.i rf', (inwn Nonwnnl hns ever been made .o gratifying
Cotineils. D. II. Smith asked why, ' OhetuVes. HhnwN, t0 ?, ,ou,, JK" "' mi Jinth- '''"It.-a
tf il..l ..... tl... ..n.n tl.nt. l.a.1 rw ' ' US tlC O1I0 KlVCtl tO-ln V 1V t llP Col 1 1 lllljltt 1 1
f that was tho ease, thoy had not ( , j( ()f ip VorM'. l'atr. comImIi.b of eon
taken tnembors of tho Councils with nnt, flMnfl PnSnhftUi QtlMfl ! noN-euri and themlsta of the highest rank,
them, and said that they wanted to J OllR UldUU ndlliUUn 0 111 lb, , t.i tho Anhcu-er-liu-eh Hrcwlng A'ocia
Iiiiiiw ulint ivm ifn'xntr on. i ! tltm. H.v methods of unrivalled business
Mr. Kmmelttth objected to keep-,
lug ur. uoto, as no was conviuceu
that lie did no good to tho lepers.
Tho Attorney-General said that
tho treatment was a baucfit to the
Mr. Ena favored an increase in the
salary of the Commissioner of For
estry, claiming that ho was a very
active man "for his size," and that .
ho was greatly improving tho depart
ment's work. Tho item passed at
the original appropriation, however.
The Chinuso Immigration bill !
passed its first reading.
Mr. Emmcltitu moved that wher
ever tho words "domestic sorvants"
occurred, thov bo stricken out.
Tho Attorney-Qotioral opposed tho '
motion, saying that domestic labor
was not tho k
iuu tuatlnterlereu witli i
Mr. Etnniohitli naid ho wns nnt
KOllIK tO (lifCURS tho (luostiott ono
lotn, imt if tlio Councils pnssod such
nu Act, hu wnntod their timnus
placed on record for so doing.
Tho motion was lost by n 7 to I
Tho following Dotltion was road
br Mr. Kinniuliith. undor a susnun-
sion of tho rules:
To tho l'rosidont )f tho Exocntivo
and Advisory Councils or tho
lVovisioiuil Oovorninont of Iho .
Tho nnilornKiiod lititublr nnd ros .
poet fully politions Your Excellency I
and tho houorablo tneinbors of tho .
Exocutivo and Advisory Councils,
that ho may bo restored to his poll-;
tical rights aud privileges. j
Tho undersigned was convicted of ,
receiving stolen goods, aud has sorv-1
ed his time in Oahu Prison for that i
oiTeuse. Since that time ho has beett
a law-abitling citizen, and has sought
anil found employment, and is at
present a teamster iu Wilder A; Co.'s
'Iho undersigned hns entleavored
to make nmeuds for his past crime
by acting uprightly and industrious
ly, and therefore trusts that Your
hxcolloncy and tho honorable Coun
cils will grant his petition nnd res
tore him to his civil rights.
Honolulu, April HI, 18111.
Heferred to tho .Judiciary Com
mittee. An adjournment was then taken
until next Wednesday at '.I a. in.
The Mon of H. D. M. S. Champion
Will Take tho Stago.
The men of II. 1). M. S. Champion
will give a grand variety entertain-'
meut at tlio Opera House this ,
evening, for the benefit of tho Hri
tish Houovolont Society. Tho Cham- !
pion men have been practising earn-
e.stly Tor tlio pa.st week, aud a very
entertaining program will bo pre
sented. The object being a charita
ble one, a crowded house should
greet the tars. The following will
be the program:
Hour .('. llarne.
Taiiibo ,.J. (Iiirnuv.
0H-niii)( Choriia -llluw Ye Merry
rJoiiK and rii'iitliiieululKitty Well
Nine Comic Null) with the Coal lllimk
IIe I). ItllHsel
KniiKheiitliiieutMl Where Ik Minnie
... ,J. TeiD'haw
Soiik Ciimle -Duekfoot Sue J. Uiiruey
Suii Sciitiiuuiital Happy Days Down
on it Tumi O, Maiik-linnce
.Son)- Ciimle Herub Me Mother. .W. Smith
Sunt; C'omle The China iiiimboatiiiau
Souk Comic-Mio had to Leave the
Hallad (', JlitriiuH
Soiif! Seiitliiiental The Souk that
Iteaelied My Heart N. Iteua
Interval of 5 Minutes.
(I rand Tableau llritiaula
I'laiitatlnii Souk aud Dance . .
O. MonkhoiiH-., W. Ilrltten
The Two Mm- . . .1). Huiixel, W. Dunealf
Cumin njiuj in character .. . W. Ilrltten
The Two ,obli. itegulam
O, Jinnies, V. Dunealf
Kullor'H Hornpipe D. Itusaol
Interval of n MlnutcM.
Conehidiug with the LaiiKliable Sketch
entitled '1 lie Cnuy Wife.
The Ililmnd C. HarncM
1'oor Uld Shadow W. Smith
The Oraiy Wife J Kcimhaw
The Coiiiiii)- Man . . .1. Oiirnvy
Prevention la Better
Tlmn cure, aud those who are sub
ject to rheumatism can prevent at-
incus ny Keeping the Ulood pure ami
free from tho acid which causes tho
duen.se. You cnu relv iiiion Hood's
Snrsnparilln us a remedy for rhott-
miitism nml catarrh, also for every
form of scrofula, salt rheum, boils
nun oilier diseases causeil hy impure
uil liy ii
blood. It tones ami
Hood's Pills are easy and K"itlii
All kinds of Commercial Muting
promptly executed nt loin rates of the
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
The nhove Store hns received another
Splendid Invoice of
Japanese Silk A Fancy Goods
Per S. S. "China."
HflQlltltH V1 1 1 flflH Piirmn
Drev Uooila in nil hnile, (ilaln ntid
All Color Knticy l)raerlcs,
uiuui uiuui vu uauitni uiuliq
Dollli", HcnrN, Pnhi-,
Jackets, Cnji, Ktc , Ktr.
Tint l'rli'c of tlie-e (IikxN will iiMonWh
Elegant Silk Kimonos!
linn Imiiiii. Cigarette Cne,
HIIU Ii-u Co.h"..
. .. .
Ur6a anfl SlM MUMM RllS
Slllt Umhrellns, lluht but strcuii;:
Chair haddlc. rllk;
llamboo llllmis. Ilttnl with pulley.;
Silk Limp Shades, new M le.
Japaneso Scrooas, (rora S3 Up.
Large Japanese Umbrellas
-, '"' ' Hot with Pole In the,
Kroiind, nlen for i'lenlf or Llitiehe out
' iloorx, they can be oih-himI outorue.l i
,..,,---,-. ... . ,
IN Oltl'.AT VAltlKTY.
m ItiKpeetlou l(e.Hetfully Invlied.
MrS. J, P. P. GO 300. PrODM MSS.
The "TniiN" lliuMi of Cement him
the lurked nale iu the I'n'led Slate,
oivini; to Its enormous Ktreiifith. HI
very lluoly ground, only a residue of
3 to I percent exlllliK when paiheil
through a cieve of IMJ iiiehe to the
KOII 8ALK AT
ALLEN & ROBINSON'S,
Sole Agent for Hawaiian llaud.
A Business Proposition
lleorge W. I iiicolu, who has been eMah
llslifil In Honolulu for lienr u a
Builder and Contractor,
Wishes to I'ompetii with the hard lime
ami to give to I lie pub'le the benullt by
furuUhlug them with good work at low
prices for Spot i'ah. Youcaiiuut allord lo
let Jimr priiperlv goto ruin for the wantof
repairs. Mr. i.ineo u win guarantee aim
faction. I'atniiiiiEe the Kiimaaiiia.
GEO. W. LINCOLN,
nlJ King btreet.
C. B. RIPLEY & ARTHUR REYNOLDS,
Omi'i.t New Safe Depoit HuHilliig,
I'urt triol. Honolulu, II. I
1'liitlH, SpecllliMltliuiH and Mlperiuleiid
dice given for Kver) Dutcrlptlnu ol llulld
lliu. Old llillldlug ruccesafull) llumod
el led ami Kiiliirgcd. Dolgus for luierlor
DccoratloiiN. Main or Mechanical Draw
ing, Tracing and lllue Printing. Diaulngt
for Hook or Nuwkicr llliutratlou,
i Awarded !
Anheusor-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins tho Prize at the
World's Fair vith their
"EAGLE" Brand Boor.
St. liOfin, Out. .', 180.1.
.MKitiv. MArrARLMtiufc Co., l.'n.,
Honolulu, II. I.
Dear Sirs: We have mulled you ft copy
of tht- (Itohclltiiiiernt announcing the great
victory won by the AMir.esr.R-IIuncil Asso
ciation with their "KAULK" Ilraml of
ANIIIHJHLIMHJSCH UIIKWINO ASHO-
(eM i)ftlleh la atotx-ntwncrat.)
it lliv.iiu.in ui urn i.tiurii ..i.rini-.-.3 i
prise, ntnl hy ii'lnj; the bo't mnterhil
need in Aim-rlcn mill Kuropr, excluil-
tig corn iinil other nilulteraiiK r nrro- j
Km. the lUirercnt kinds of iho AnhciiM-r-
me uillfmil kiihis oi tnu AiinciiMT- i
hcer linvu hi'como thn favorites with !
the American tieot'le, nnd have now con- I
incrcil the Mulled nwunl In every tmrticit-
lur. w-lilch hud to Im eonldfred hy the
t'oliinililnn Jury. The lilcli character of
the. nwanl ulven to-day by tliu Juror.' will
he better utnlerit(H,d when it Is known that
the illll'ereiit beer exhibited by the An-heiler-llneh
llruwlnu Axuclntlon hnd to
compete with hnndriilsof the mul excel
lent (llplays of other hreweis. The fact
that no other concern hns received o
inanv noltits fur the various eentlal mini'
Itlesof iMd beer coiillrms anew the linn's
reiinl'itloii ns the lender of all Ainvricnn
beers, nnd Mr. Adolplius lluvli can feel
promt over uns result to insiiv iiiernen.
jhqT Th above Is a Fac-stnillle of (be
Label of tbc "EAGLE" Brand which took
Ilk. In ordering till lleer be sure to
ark for the "KAULK" Ilraml.
Macfarlane & Co., L'd,
SIO-tf A(jnd fur Uiiicillmi hlniult
Notice to Consumers I
The new work uf the Hawaiian
Electric Co. being now completed,
notice in herelfj given that from
and after January 16th the (lorn
jinny ii prepared lo tupply inenn
deuce nl elect rie lighting to euu
tamerK, In a few daiji the Company will
aha be prepared to fitciilnh electric
motors for power, and of which
line notice will be given.
The Company further announce
that they are prepared to receive
imlers for interior wiring aud can
furninh futures and all fittings in
connection with new service,
I'rliilrd rub', regulations and
Camjitiny's rates can be had on
tipplieutinn to the Superintendent,
Vm. G. IRWIN,
I'KLSIDKNT II. K. CO.
J, A, Victor's Phonograph Parlor
Corner Hotel and llethel ntnelx.
Vou will lllld all ol the LateM .Selection
lu Katuin MiinIu -Niugs, Hrax Hands, Or
iiliii'.t'ii, Coruut and Xylophone ftolo We
iilpu make a tpeclalty of .Nallw Mllie.
New Records Kccelvtd by Every Steamer.
IWf- ll'iii't forget the place "Victou', '
nor the price, oiil . eeuls eaidi t-electioii,
-III.. VI. Kit S-
ALL KINDS 0V SOAP
Soft Soap a Specialty
far-llilii t i a-li I'n.f paid for Tallow.
16.' KIMl SIIILIM'.
IP. O. BOX 341.
Arc Itccelvlng New Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY KVEUY STEAM EK
Where they nre fully prepared to do nil
kiiiii oi work in me latoiit style, at
the shertert notice mid at the
mint Kcaconublc Kate.
Fine Job Work in Colors a Specially I
Kxecuteil In the Most Attractive
Itend the following purtlul lint of spec
ialties and ct the IIui.i.k.tin's prices be
fore placing your orders, liy no doing
you will tivc hoth tlnu; uml uionny.
Dills of Lading,
Keceipts of nil kinds,
I.alielh of every viuioty,
l't'titioiiH iu any language,
Kiiwlnpcs tV Letter Circulars,
Kpnrtiug Kcores & Records,
IVrpctual Wnsliiiig Lists,
(leuerid Hook Work,
Ktc, Ktc, Ktc, Etc.,
I 'l I ii I ft I ami Worked when ilodieii.
Ur No. loli Ik allowed lo leuve III!- of
I Ike mini It tflvwa nalulHcliuu,