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FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
JOHN A. McCALL, President.
SUMMARY OF REPORT:
BUSINESS OF 189.
Premium Income $ 27,488,057. 41
Interest, Ilents, etc 0,374,980.61
Tolnl Income 33,8(13,0-10. OB
Denth Chums .' 8,440,003.40
Endowments and Annuities 2,404,002.00
Dividends, Purchased Insurance, etc 4,103,4,53.01
Total to Policy Holders
Number of New Policies Issued
Amount of New Iusurnnce Written
CONDITION JANUARY 1, 1894.
Assets $148,700,781 20
Liabilities, 4 per cent Standard 131,075,151 .03
Number of Policies in Force 253,870
Amount of Insurance in Force 770,150,078 00
PROGRESS IN 18flU.
Increase in Benefits to Policy Holders $ 1,043,437.84
Increase in Assets ' 11,201,582.22
Increase in Surplus 220,082.08
Increase in Insurance Written 54,812,044.00
Increase in Insurauco in Force 80,008,040.00
Incrcaso in Number of Policies in Force 37,008
Increase in Number of Policies Written in 1803
over 1802 18,852
Incrcaso in New Premiums Income over that of
1802 1,082,01)8 42
la the following roipocts tho Now York Llfo, in 1893, ha BROKEN ALL
RECORDS evor ruado by Horiolf or any other Company.
Fiust Number of policies applied for in 1S03 05,500
Skcond Number of new policies actually written in 1S03
Tniun Amount of new insurance i.ued in 1803 ...$223,800,000
Fouuth Number of new policies actually paid for in 1803
Finn Net gain in now busincs. over tho previous year
Sixth Net increase in number
SicvK.vri! Net gain in insurance
O. O. BERGER,
M-1iii GKSKItAI, AOKNT. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
BOOK k JOB STOCK
Electric Printing Office,
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::;r:::':':::,,s:icioviaiid Bicy cm
of policies in force 37,008
NEW IX VOICES OF
Honolulu, H. I.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
tlV do not iid in for yrintliny out
Spectacle ami Ryglimei, hut we can
tit you at pricei in accordance with the
Hill LINK OK
DOLLS & GAMES
IB WKM. ASdOllTKII
AM. KINDS OK
Needles & Fittings!
Ikington v Tpviitm
Hie King of All Typwriter.
Purses and Card Cases,
Tennis Rackets and Supplies,
Croqnet and Baseball Goods,
Full Supply or Fine Stationery,
Guitars from $4.00 Up.
E3t Music and Books ordered by
And don't fowl CASH Is the
basis of our biixlne.tt mid It always talks.
Will have lt l'lrl llmuiliK on
-A.PR,IIL. 1", IS 4,
IT ONI.V COSTS YOl'
10 A MONTH
To Im In line wit), other "Cleveland"
rldorx. What more eau ou uk for
Join Now, a Few Chances Left!
H. E. WALKER,
tm-tt AKeut, Honolulu. II. I.
B14 Fort Street.
ALWAYS ON HAND TIIK
Latest Styles in Millinery
-TIIK I.ATKdT IN -
White and Colored Worsted Goods
TIIK MObT COM l'l.KTK STOCK OK
IN TIIK CITY
Dressmaking Done by Mrs. Rentier.
1 NOTICE TO
1 Visitors, Picnic Parties, Lnans
i O-exiora.1 Fu.t)lio !
At Smith's Bus and Livery
Stables, King Street,
Adjoining Metropolitan Meat Murket
U the Chi'apt-xt place in town you can i;t
llil)-M', Vn;ontiiU'H, llurglcs hikI Siulille
HorHes, It will pay j on to call and m-e
iHjiorc jou try eieeunere.
Mutual Telephone 40B,
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
Will attend to Management mid bale
of I'roperty and Collecting in
Houses and Land For Sale
Northerly corner of Cumin and llireianla
OrKH'Ki One door lieloH l.tmlsj, Uive
I'ort street. U7ft tf"
OBYLON TEA AND JEWELRY.
r iu.fi to iNi'oit.M tin: itw.ic
X. that I have oieiiinl my hloro at No. I'iO
, Nntliinti street Mil h Ceylon Manufaeliired
Jeuulry set with Itnhles. hiiplilret, I'r.irls,
lite. Jut r eel vd romo l'uroCo Ion Tea
try It. Also, ('e)lon llaiid-inadu l.ace.
I An lim-crtlon of my stock In sol It Itud.
W. J. HAIIIIIK,
t tW-tl Sw, m Nuitmiu striut,
A COLLEGE GIRL'S REVENGE.
The Prosldent Was Punished atd the
Girls Were Happy.
"Thoy may talk about the college
boya and their hazing and trick",
but for real genuine fun you can't
beat the col logo girls," said a young
freshman to a reporter of t ho Xmv
York Advertiser. "Last year you
know the nion'a college is right near
our seminary, and bo thoy call on us
every ovoning the Prosidout made
a now rule.
"He declared that wo must dismiss
our guests at 9:1)0, and wo decided
wo would not do it. After a great
deal of plotting and planning wo hit
upon a delightful plan, and it was n
gront success. Tho boys secured a
big basket and two ropes and a
itilley for us, and this we hid uur-
mi; the dav and at nicht fastouod
to two great hooks on tho sill of our
study window. The hoys sent up
their cards in tho baskets, and then
after inspecting them with a lantern
to make sure thoy.werc not burgtats
we hauled them up.
"But one night the grave and dig
nified President caught us and plan
ned a little Rurnnse for us. lie
found one of tho boys' cards in our
rooms and placed it in the basket.
It worked beautifully and wo hauled
him half way tip boforo any one
thought of usi'tg tho lantern. Then
Miss Flyaway held it out the win
dow and took a peep at him. One
glance at the spectacles and bald
head was enough. It was lucky for
that President that we did not let
him fall to the ground in our horror
and amazement, but we held on to
' the ropes until wo decided what to
"We couldn't let him down again,
he would only come up and eateh
i us, and we could't drop him, bad as
he was, and we certainly didn't in
tend to help him carry out his plnu
by hauling him up, so we compro
mised by securing tho ropes and let
ting him hang there in midair. Ho
begged and implored to bo let down,
offering us any hriho we could wish
for, and wasted more eloquence on
us in that first hour than he did
during his yearly lectures. Hut wo
hud no visitors that night; he
amused us and no wanted revenge,
so we left him. He tried to jump,
to climb dowu the wall nud upon
the rope, but failed in everything.
At last he howled, yelled like an
Indian till every one in tho town
was aroused and even the
turned out to see tho terror of
worst nightmares, crimson
rage, suspended in midair
It Is a Mlntakon Idea to Call this
DUu a "Rarublt."
Welsh rahhil has bocomo very
popular of Into as a supper dish
after the theater or social gather-
ings. At card parties the hostess
often regales her guests with Welsh
rabbit alter an evening spent at the
whist tublo. It is nut Htrnnuo, thoro
foro, that fnhion aris Hliotihl ho
iiiliUhliiiiK ri""ijns lor Wolsli rnliuitfl.
it 14 Htrnntin, howovor, nays tho
Itoolii'.stor Union, thnt a pntmr liku
Harper's liazr.r nhnuhl nso tlionpoll
iK "rnroljit," ns it doos, whon it in
perfectly established that tlit riflit
HiMillitiK i'h "rnhbit." Thn foiiturv
Uiotionnry rofora to "WoNh rabbit'
as "n torin of jocular origin, fonncd
aftor thn fashion of Norfolk capon,
n roil burring, olc," nud nddn:
"Owiiif to an absurd notion thnt
rabbit in thin phrasu is a corruption
of rarubit (an if a 'rnro bit 'J. tho word
in ofton ho writton." In this connec
tion thu Century iiote.i thn follow
iiiK pntsnKu from Macinillan's Mnga
zino: "WoIhIi rabbit in a gonuino
Hlang term, boloiigin to a luro
Kroup which de-cribo in tho nauio
Iniuiorotis way thn npocial dihh or
nrodtict or peculiarity of a particu
lar district. For nxainpios: An Es
mix lion in a calf; n Fieldlauo duck
in a baked hIiihp'k head; Glasgow
inaKifttratos or Norfolk enpotm nro
rod herrings; Irish apricots or .Milli
liter plums nro potatoes; Oravesond
sweet moat s ari) nhrimps."
Soiuo ono of tluiFo many persons
who nro always fooling with tho
Hiiglish language, trying to uiako it
vihat it is not, stnrteil tho silly idea
that in thn term "Welsh rabbit" tho
I word "rabbit" was a corruption of
i "raro bit," and finally somo lnxico
, graphors fell into tho error. Ono of
thou was Xoah Webstor, who was
by no moans infallible, and ho gave
tho turiu "WoUh rabbit" currency to
this country. Consequently it is
found ho spellod on tho liills of fare
in most restnurauts. Thn incorrect
i ness of this spelling has been point
ed out so often in newspapers that
it is about tiuio the keepers of rest
aurants learned the fact aud printed
tho word on their bills as it should
bo. At any rate lot tho hostess offer
I her guests that lino old dish of good
i Anglo-Snxou parentage, tho Welsh
rabbit, not tho debased aud illegiti
I innte "rarebit."
Oatnrrh in tho Head
Is undoubtedly a disease of the
I blood, and as such only a reliable
blood purifier can effect a perfect
mm permanent cure, ltooil'8 Sar-
, cases of catarrh. Catarrh often
times leads to consumption. Take
l Hood's Snrsaiarilla before it is too
IloOll'h I'ills fill I I'll lilirim tmin nr
r.'I. 't "i-'t promptly, easily and
i Secured Ilia Sorvicos
Mr. . ti. Totter, crayon and
tor-color artist, who lias been visit
ling the islands for his health, has
i '.'.'.m V "" ""Ki''iH'mt with .Mr. .1. .1.
Williams. Mr. Potter's work while
in ban I'iiiichco was second to
none. Samples will ho mi exhibition
: at our studio, lllli Kon street
I A ery matter offact man was
b'lillff (IM'II'.'.OiI lell.m l..rr,.l,l ,...,
ined up his characteristics, saying:
'' J','11. NV,ri l0 Hlunlf to him of
.Jacob h ladder he Mould nt once ask
tiiu unmoor of tup,"
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
The nlmvc Store 1ms recti ved another
Splendid Involve of
I (VII ( 1.1 n I !
Per S. S. "China."
1 rnMrRIMMI -
Beautiful Silk and Grape
Dress Goods In all simile, phln and
Cushions. Tahlo Covers,
lied Cover, Gowns,
Silk Crape Rainbow Suits,
All Colore Knncy Draperies,
tollle, Scarfs, Hashes,
Jackets, Cnp, Etc , Kte.
The I'rlee of thri) flood will astonish
Elegant Silk Kimonos!
linn Imiiihi Clparettc Can",
I'hi 'iihliin, i
Sll' Ten Cole,
Large and Small Japanese Rugs
Silk I'mhrellas. llitht but strung,
Clmlr Middle-, silk;
bamboo llllihN. lUted with pu'lcys;
Silk hnmptihadt now stjlc.
JapjnoBO Scrooni, (rent S3 Up.
Largo Japanese Umbrellas
Can be Set with l'oln In the
(round, nleu for rlcnles or Lunches out
of doom, they i'iiii be opened out or uted
as a lent. "
IX (lltllAT VAItlUTY.
Inspection Itespcct fully Invitisl,
, JRi J, P, P, QollaGO, PrODF C rCSS.
The "Tohiin" llitMi of Ceuielit li.li
the lar'cH ralu hi thu Cii'tud etaten,
owIiik to lib eiiormoiiMitreiiKth. It In
very Unuly ground, only a resldim of
3 to I percent exMIni; when pamd
ihruiiKh u i-ltivi. of Ikli tiif-.lii'- to the
KOIt S.VI.r, AT
ALLEN & ROBINSON'S,
Sole Audits for llaualiau l-liinds.
a T l n
A Busmess Proposition
llnorue W. Iltuoln, who has luen e tidi
lislied in Honolulu for lnearsaa
KllllflflV nnrl flniltl'untni
UUilUtU dllll liUlUldblUI,
Wishes to coio.ct. with tho hard times
and to give to the null in thn hcmllthi
furnishing iliein with Koud worl. nt low
prices ior opoi asn. mi cannot allonl to
let your iroi'Tt nolo r.iiii foi the wanlo'
repairs. Mr. I.luco n will guarantee i-atls-faction.
I'atronle the Kama una.
GEO. W. LINCOLN,
ICKM-tf l.' KioK strict
C. B. RIPLEY & ARTHUR REYNOLDS,
Omui'.i Ni w Safe lleposit llul.iliiiL'
liirt siuet, Honolulu, II. I
i'lans, Hpecitlcatlous and Mupeiiiiteml.
eiieu ulven for livery Hucrlption of llnild
iui(, Old llull.litiKs sucinsfiilly lliiuiod
ellul and Klilartied. Desh'tis for Interior
lJcuorjiloim. Maps or Mechanical Draw
Ing, TraeliiK and llluo I'rlntliirf, lrawii;t
1 fur Hook or Newspaper lllustrutlon,
: O1 H
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins tho Prize at the
World's Fair with their
'EAG-L.UT Brand Boor.
ST. l)flo, Oft. 28, 1801.
Messrs. Mcfari.ank A" Co., In.,
Honolulu, II. I.
Venr Sin We have mailed you n copy
of tho (itolie-l)tmoernl nnnouncIiiK tho trreat
victory won lv tho Aniikcskr-Hi m-ii Asso
ciation with their "llAOl.K" Brand of
AKHKUSKlMIUSUIi ItllKWING ASSO
CIATION. (Special lU'pnteh In Ulott-Peinocrat.)
WoRtn's Km, Oiu no, Im, Oct. U.
N'o award hasuvcrbeen mado so nratlfvhnr
to.8t. I-Otlls IWHlpIo mid ko Justly merited
, ne vc, to-day by the Columbian
lure of tlin world' Kalr. cmulIIIni' of eon-
iioi-eitri and eheinUtii of tho highest rank,
to the Anheucr-llilt'h Ilrenhur AocIa
tlon. Ily tucihods of unrivalled InulnoM
enterprise, nud hy iikIiip the host material
nroilured In America and Kttrono. exulud
iiiK corn and other adulterant-) or surro-
tho American neot'le. and havo now con
llicred the highest award hi every particu
lar, which had to ho considered hy tho
Colntnlilaii jury. The high character of
thn awurd given to-daj hy the jurors will
he licttcritliilerttoiMl when it Is known that
the dlll'en nt heers exhlhlted hy tho An-heilpr-lliifeh
llrewlni; Aoclntlon hnd to
compete with hundred of the must excel
lent displays of other hrewer. Tho fact
that no other concern has received fo
many iHilnts for the various e.enllal tinl
, Itles of cikmI In-er conllrms anew thu firm's (
rcpiilitlon n thu leader of all American
heers, and Mr. Adolphus l)nch can feel
prouu over tins result so pisuv incriieo.
..- k- - y TTfTji
J m v m Ti7
&ST The at070 Is a Fac-sluillle of the
Label of the " EAGLE" Brand which took
tttfc- In ordering this lleer Im sure to
ask for Hie -I', AC 1.1"." llraiid.
Macfarlauo & Co., L'd,
h'WIf .t'lriiti fur llniintinn htiimit
Notice to Consumers I
The new works of the JlunaHun
Klrvtrtv On. heing now completed,
notice i herehxj ulven that from
and nter January I'iiii the Com
pany i prepared to vupply fninn
descent electric liijhtinij to cum
I In a few day the Company will
j aho he prepared to furnhh eln'trie
motor for power, nod of which
I due notice will he, given,
The Company fitither iinnouncn
that they are prepared to receive
order foe interior wiring and cun
furnish jlturr and all fit liny in
coiiucitlnn with new service.
Printed ruli-, rejiulation and
Company's rate can be had on
application to the Superintendent.
Wm. G. IRWIN,
l'KKSiDKNT II. C CO.
ED 1 SON L ATEST
i'linl Talking llioiiompli
j, A, Victor's Phonograph Parlor
Corner Hotel and llethel stnets,
Vou will llnd ail of the I.niii.t Selections
In i:iluin Mup-Ii - honu-, llrasllinnl, Or-
uheat a Cornet and Xloilion,. hole. We
"", ,imU' a "I"" m,,' "' N,,,,V8 AlllN'0'
ii, ii. i n,,i....i i.. i" p....
" nswius nticiviu uj tvcijf OlEamer.
r Don't toilet the place' Vn ion's,"
nor tlie price miU . i uir. each leleetiou.
1H.Al.Klt IN -
ALIi KINDS OF SOAP
Soft Soap a Spocialty
farHlKhesl Cash Trice paid foi'Tallow.
ibj kino hii:i;i:i.
3?. O. BOX 341.
Are KecetvltiM New Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
HY EVEltY STKA.MEIl
Where Ihey nro fully prcparcil to do all
kinds of work In thu latest styles, at
thu Miortcst noitce nud nt the
most Itcnonnhlu hnti-i.
Fine Job Work In Colors a Specialty !
Executed lu the Mom Attractive
Head thu following partial list of spec
ialties aud gut tho Bulletin's prices hu
loru placing your orders. By no doing
you will nave both tiuio and money.
Dills of Lading,
l lillfffllli, r
j wij.g c.,-.,
' Visiting Curds,
Receipts of all kinds,
I.aliols of every variety,
1'otilioiis in any language,
Kuvohipcs it Letter Circulars,
Kportiug Huores & Records,
I'erpDltial Wasliing Lists,
Ueueriil Hook Work,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.,
I'l Inled and lllooked vvliitu deslieii.
ialr No Job U allowed to lease thn nl-
tlCO Until It glVe DtttlsUutlOU.