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FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
New-York Life Insurance Co.
JOHN A. McCALL. President.
SUMMARY OF REPORT:
BUSINESS OF 18M.
Interest, Rents, etc
Endowments und Annuities
Dividends, 1'nrc.linsed Insurance,
Total to l'oliev Holder.- .
Number of New Policies Issued . . .
Amount of N'ew Insurance Written
CONDITION .IANTAKY 1. 1S$M.
Liabilities, 1 per cent Standard
Number of Policies in Force
A mount of Insurance in Force
lMtOGUHSS IN ISM.
Increase in Benefits to Policy Holders
Increase in Assets
I ncrease in Surplus
Increase in Insurance Written
Increase in Insurance in Force
Increase in Number of Policies in Force
fuerease in Number of Policies Written in 1S1I.5
Increase in New Premium" Income over t lint of
Iu tu following respocts tbo Now York Life, tu 1803, has 11ROKEN ALL
HECORDS ever made by Horaolf or auy otlior Company.
FinsT Number of policies applied for in l.S'.i.'l ti."i,"0(5
Skconi) Number of new polieie- actually written in ISSHI
Timm Amount of new iiisuriince i-Micd in ISO:', . . .$22.'!,.sno,non
Fochth Number of new policies aetually paid for in lSJi:!
Finn Net fiain in new biisine over t be previous year
Sixth Net increase in number of policic- in force .'7.00S
Skvkstii Net gain iu insurance in force .tS!),Sl0S,0l0
O. O. BBRGER,
V.I liu (iKN'KK VI. AdKNT. HAWAIIAN ISI.ANH.S.
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BOOK h J01J STOCK
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.VitiS.-l 1 7,11-1 (ml
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NEW INVOICES i)V
Honolulu, H. I.
The. Tarawa Coal Mine is
located in Kukunka Ken iti .
ti,., i.i.....i .(- i. :...,!, ,,: I.. ..in I
the Island ot hnndiiii, .Japan, j
and Was discovered Jlbntll
tWOIIty years JO. ll Was
owned by the government
, . , . T .. i
llld inilied simply for tllf
Xi-Miiuriii r, u.-.
j ""im,vo,,.,,!H, how-
ever, were made si nee it v;is
ii , , ..i,,,,,!
sold to it eorporatmn aliout
six yeai ii"), hy importing
. . ,. ,. it
mining machinery Irolll hll- j j
Tuiniii'ii f?iil iu ii.iwl iitni'i.
in in an outer ia paiiese coma
in the I'ollowinjr countries:
China, Manila and Strait's.
It has found
''s wav UVl'n Bomhay.
Two earjroes have been
imported into the Hawaiian
Island recently, ami it has
-" superior in this market as
stove or steam coal.
Sole Agent for K. Ogura it
T T T714 A "TVT I
U . tl . JZi VJTXXl
Q14 FOl't St'OOl.
ALWAYS ON HANI) TIIK
Latest Styles in Millinery
-THK I.ATKVr IV -
White and Colored Worsted Goods
THK MOST COM IM.KTK STOCK OK
DRY : (JOODS
IN THK CITY
Dressmaking Done by Mrs. Rentier.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
Will iUK-ihI in MiiiuiKvmi-iit unit -nli'
il l'ninTt mid t ullivllii). In
nil ft lirniirlie.
Houses and Land For Sale
Niirllirrl) iMirncr ul Kinniii mnl It. ri'tiltiln
Oii'ut: Oiii.iliMirlM'lu l,vwi-.l. U'Vfy
Korl slr.i'l. ti'S-tf
ALL KINDS OF SOAP
Soft Soap a Specialty
-HIHlnt I'linli I'll' i' I . t i . I forTnlliiw.
is.1 kink rtii:i:i;r.
O. BOX 341.
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Luaus
Oeiiera.1 Futolic !
A t Smith's Bus and Livery
Stables, King Street,
I Adjoining Mt'troHilimu .Men I MurUl)
In til'' l'ln-iiHt i'nci' In inn ii you run gi-t
ItllsM", W'lll'Olll'Hl'". Illl:'gll' iiml .ll..
Ilur-i's. ll Mill pay you to cull nintic
iM'furc you try cl-cwlicui.
Mutvittl Telephone 40S.
A Business Proposition
(I.Miri; V. I liicoln, ulm Iiuh Ii.tii c-mli-lUlird
In 1 1 itit.I il 111 fur Uycii n n
Builder and Contractor,
Wlclio to coiiipi'tn ulth III" Imrd tlities
und lo give lo llm iiiiIiMii tin' lfin tit by
fitruUliiiig tlii'iii uitii k""I work ul Iiim
prici-n lor Sol ikIi. Youcaiiiiot ulloril to
id your pitip. rt guin r.ilu f.r the uuiitof
nkiln. M'. I.lui'ii n will giiiiriiutce nil
liutlioii. I'.itroulri' l lie Kuiiiiulim.
GEO. W. LTNCOLN,
imu-if ! King trciil
C. B. RIPLEY & ARTHUR REYNOLDS,
(Iihih New Sufc )fio. lliilldlng,
Kurt "I i cut, Honolulu, II, I,
I'luiii.. Siirclllcniliiiis nml mhhtIiiIi'IhI-
ence given (or l.very Uo-iriptliiu of Ilullil-
ing. Old llull.tliig; siicceisfiilly It id-
ell. d mid Kiiluriicd Helens for luicilor
jiecoriions .nuii- or .ueciiuiucui Kiuw-
CEYLON TEA AND JEWELHY.
1 WaV,i!:U!Sl,u,,i:!i'Inre Constitutional fionvfintinn.
Nuiiaiiii -ori'iit with (.vton Miiniifiictiireil
1 Jewulrv et with Bullies, sjappiilrcr, Pearls,
' etc. JuMricelved MJliie Pure ley ..u Tea--
iry It Abo Ceylon lliiiid-iiiadti l.aee.
II IIIMIll-l'I lllll I II III V (klltl'k 1st Vfll ll'l IHI
! W. J. NAIiBIS.
Sn IV1 Xiiimnii street
V"I'H'K is HKIIKIIY UJVr.N Til VT
1 Chung Chuck is iiiithoried to net lor
ine In ul I niiitler nilutbi! lo inv lillsliies
((TICK lt HKIIKIIY HIVI'.N Til VT
me In all niiitlcr nilutbg lo my hiisliie.s
in Honolulu, during m iiletice from ilie
IsIhihI ill IIiiIiii, C. CON JllK.
Hon I'lli, ini .'1, IMil. UUI Jn
IIIT.I I. IS HKIIKIIY (11 V KN THAT
is i hung lunik I - aiithorUcd to ucl for
me in nil matters reliitiutr lo my buslui
ill Honolulu during uu illiienin fioiil the
Ulmut oMwiiu KO HI'.N'tl VIIK.
I Honolulu, AprlUI tetH. lUI(-'.'
(Continued from hi Page.)
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l,a I''110 ,roni lnK fasting, and will
no ianBlir caal a smKlmv when
thosetting sun flashes its jeweled
radiance over her in a lingering,
loviiiy benediction, alio will deign
" bIo .daintily at a piece of,
broad, Razing nt mo in a roproaeh-
fully heartbreaking manlier the '
while. , ,
"The baker leaves tne
a loaf of
talo and my own poor appetite for
the staff of life that I am at a loss
wiial to cIo wilh it. j hllV0 fnur
loaves in my pantry now.
("Escuso mo a initiate, the at is
mewing outside the door in a par-
tieniarlv lieiHlish mauner; l ll Just
io and heave her into the next
"'is done; as shp sailed grace
fully over the fonce I hoard the old i
lmly say in a startled tone: 'What
on earth is that? and the school ,
ma'am replied: 'I think it is that i
horrid man next door swearing at
"1 was going to say anutit the
bread that I olten look at it and
sigh mid half determine, like Nell
when she brought home the water
snake thinking it was an eel. 'to eat
it if it kills ine,' but finally end by ,
chucking il into the back yard. '
"Once I made a bread pudding of '
a spare loaf, out I iliilo't eat it, 1
In. nit. nniii.liiii I tlir.uf if mil .
lost mj appetite. I threw it oui i
and a prowling dog found it, and I
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saw him devouring it with apparent j
gusto, but I haven't seen him since
X...I JI....I.I... .. l.t..l. ...I.ni .....Li
aild stlllMdur to tllitlK What IIIUM
ul sliinldur to think wliat must,
ve lieeii his fate.
"I bought half of a Stilton cheese
liavo lieen his fatu. 1
from the store that is the best I over
ato. There is only one trouble with
it. They won't sell los than a half
! cheee and it is so rich that before I
can possibly convert that amount
into hone ami sinew it is like a snip
with two captains; i. o., there's too
many 'skipper,' in it.
"It is when these nautical gentle
men are at their liveliest that 1 com
pound a gastronomic wonder that
would make the most accomplished
cliff that ever invented palatable
delicacies to tempt the tastes of
pampered aristocrats lament that he
knew so little of culinary art could
he bat taste it.
"Well, I lake the cheese, alive and
dead, and put it in a skillet with a
tight cover that keens the lively
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Move and as soon as an appetizing J
oiior pervades ine air warning me
t lint the millions are slain, I remove
the cover and dump in a couple of
ouious, left over potatoes, scraps of
bread, hunks of meat, stray veget a
hies, xlnle baked beans, sour milk,
etc., and then I jtitd let it siz.le for
about half an hour.
'Once 1 put in a cup of coffee that
I had left from breakfast, but can
dor compels me to state that 1
couldn't call it a howling success.
II is true I ate it, but. like the chap
with the crow, I don l think I'd care
to again, and I wouldn't advise you
to prepare it that way.
"However, the old original, und
liled with any experimental innova
tions, is a dish that would make a
bachelor want to remain single all
his life (if it didn't kill him), and a
J married reporter to write a double-
leaded column of rhapsodies in
praise of his mother-in-law. and 1
don't think auy dish could lo more
"It is getting lati, so I will ask
you to remember me to all at home,
ami with much love to you, .lean, 1
am your brother as ever, .Iosi:iwi
K KN'Uoin II ICsnwi.TON."
('' Ii? (,'iiiitiiiinil.)
Lifo In Misery
To many people who have the taint
of scrofula in their blood. The ago
nies caused by the dreadful running
sores and other manifestations of
this disease are beyond description.
Thi'io is no other remedy equal to
Hood's Sarsapurilla for scrofula,
salt rheum and every form of blood
disease. It is reasonably sure to
beiielit all who give it a fair trial.
Hood's I'ilN cure all liver ills.
Secured His Borvicos,
Mr. V. (. Cotter, crayon and water-color
artist, who has been visit
ing I let islands for his health, ha
Hindu mi engagement with Mr, .1, ,1,
Williams. Mr. Cotter's work while
iu Kan Francisco was second to
none. Samples will be on exhibition
at our studio, 102 Fort street.
Those who never read thi-aduir-liseiieuits
iu their newspapers miss
more than they presume. Jonathan
J Kenisoii, of Bolan, Worth Co., Iowa,
mm ii.ui uoeii iroiiiiicii wiiu rueuma
Usui in his back, arms and shoulders
read an item iu his paper about how
a prominent German citizen of Ft.
Madison had been cured. He pro
cured the same medicine, and to use
his own words: "It cured ine right
up." He also says: "A neighbor
and his wife were bolh sick in bed
with rheumatism. Their boy was
over to my house and said they were
so had he had to do the cooking. I
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''. . '""! ' V,,1a,,VMrl,u,,1fi J "'"
Halm and how it hail cured me, he
' got a hollle ami it cured them up in
all dealers. Jleuson, Smith tV; Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
, To All aunlilled Votnra in the 2d Pro-
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K,HKi ov" """'. "' nonoiuiu.
IbIuiuI of Oahu.
T)Tlt K l IH'.ltl
Is for (lie nuriiOMi
XtoTIi K l IIKItKBY HIV'KN THAT.
1 for the pitriiOMi of pulilUliliig ihiu-
lug and correcting e-rors, iu the list of
numesuf nil perioiis who lime rcgiktert-d
iu conllug lo law, nuii itro eiitllleil to vole.
Ihe Inspectors of the said Precinct will
''"''' ,VWI nu't'iings at the lb form Hvlioul-
house Iii Honolulu, on FltlDAY, A pill
71 Ii. inul MllNllVY. Anrll :ill. Is'lt. I.e.
tweeii the hours of 7 and UoVh.nl, in the
evening, chi'Ii iluy.
Ily the lnpccors,
V. I.. YYII.COX,
Honolulu, April 11, li'il. Iul7-&1
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
The above Store ling received another
splendid invoice ot
I OJIL P. O p I
i IVM'iA llh IV I', ,V II
Per S. S. "China."
Beautiful Silk and Grape
Dress floods In all luule, i1nln and
,"l'ln. Tnble Covers,
'"' lT:tfCl, 8h,w.,
nsii, iftn Dninttntu Oniln
otm utapc naiuuun ouiid,
All Ciilnrn t'anry DmihtIc",
w m w m
pnllle, Srnrf", Soln',
.tuckets, Cnp, hie , hie.
vfw 'PI PL1
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TM, .rt of ,.,t. 0,HH wm n.nnlh
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n ..! Hill. I! 1
P.! HP Hill iSIIK MIIIIMlllS I
uivnuui M,,u viwm
..',. ?.1'". '"if"! J,:..S?IW.,.,?
llnii.M.i.i,- l IgnrHle a.e.,
.Sill; Tea Coiles.
Large and Small Japanese Rugs
Silk I'uihrullax, light but strong;
I'luilr MvMIc-. silk:
lliimhoo llllliil". Iltlcil with pulleys; ,
Silk Uimp Shades, new style.
Japanese 8creeoi, from S3 Up.
Large Japanese Umbrellas
IV Can be Set with Pole hi the
ground, iilco for Picnics or Lunelle oil)
of ilnor-. they mil Ih, iiM'iii'd out or iimi!
ns a lent.
(J( ) J ( (JIvAL li0
IN (tltKAT VAItlKTY.
Ylh- Iiiih-cIIoii lie. ptrl fully liivlle.l,
Mrs, J, P, P, Collaco, Proprietress,
IS THE BEST
Ilries ,MrfiM'tly olid Inside of twenty
Forms it durable mid elastic, not a brit
tle coul lug. ,
Iteinius lis gloss lunger than any other
ItesUts the action of anlds and alkallt-t
belter I linn uuy other oil.
Flows freelv from the brush w itliout run
ning and spreads well.
With the addition of Litharge, yields a
hunt surface, MllliiMc for lloor.1, slups, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground III
nil In a hie form.
Ilrlugs out the real shinies ol the colors
and keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the mo'.t delicate of the
new ci ml tar colors.
Added lo vnrnMi greatly Improves the
working of the varnish.
Dim's nut diirkeii white lend or auy dell
Has greater body than any other oil.
Iteiiilrvs nue-tlilrd less pigment than
uny other nil.
Can be added lo lln-eed oil nml It will
greatly Improve the Unseed.
Can be thinned with tiirieiiiine.
Ily ucllllll tests, hll" OUtllWeil the brut
Therefore, Is the Iwsl paint oil ever man
ufiicliircd. Direction for Use.
INe I.i'coi. in every icspcct iu the
miiiii' uiiiiiiier us you wniihl linseed
oil, wilh the single except iuu Ihuiyou
Duty .eld fully oue-ipiiirtei mure be-
col, in the siimc iiiuiitiiy of pigment,
lliitii you would of liiiM-ed. I
In u-ing ...elidlic Venetiiin nil, Ihe ,
"hiiit, nun tiiui-i tiij iiiii'iiis, ll ir
mlvis.ihlu to mix up the pitiul ul least
one day before il is lo he need, then
mid a thiol mine biicoi, mid the paint
wilt he ft in ii 1 1 in cover well anil have
a guild gliiM-.
.N'ICVKK USK .1 A CANS.
Where liuril siirfiiccs such as floors,
sit-ps, on'., ine ii'iiiircu useiiiiiirgi
only, never iim- .lapuiis.
I.I'COI. M1XKS WITH VAU
NISIIKK nml iim-iMs then working and im-
pnoee ihuir ilplieur.llice llt'l TIIKY
i iii,,,., .,, K ,.HK1 !.,,,. ... v .lllk.v .....
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MIXKU, ntlieiwi-c the uiiiii of the vur-
nub may he prci'ipituinl or the mix
Tlie mlilitiiiii of from to of l.t -coi,
to vuriiishi's does not trduce llieii
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lutre iuu icliuil their lianlriiiiig unit
,,r "'e ; """ " I'll M'llls linn clinking
Agents for tlie Hawaiian Islands
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins the Prize at the
World's Fair with their
"EAGLE" Brand Beer.
St. IxitTin, Oct. 28, I8'tt.
MMttf. MArFARt.ANK tV Co., I.'n.,
Honolulu, H. I.
,. n tif- ,..u- ..-ii .... .......
, of the (llobc-Dcmiicral nunoiiiiclng ttiecreat
' victory won by tho Anhkuhkr-IIukcii Aoko
I uuiioji with their "KAOLK" Ilraml of
IfcTJSKlt-ntlSCH BUKWINO A8SO
OIATION. (fyrcial ftfrpalch to (llohfltemoerat,)
VVom.d'r Faih, Ciiicaoo, Itu, Oct. 20.
No nwnrJ hni ever been tnnde no gratifying
I to St. Ixiuls people nml so Justly Merited
n the one given to-dnv by the Ooliimblitn
Jury of the World' Fnfr, consisting of con-
noisfeurs nu ciieniisis oi uieiiigneiiirniiK,
to the Ani.eu-.er.nu.ch urewiuK a.wui..
lion, llv inclhods of unrivalled bnsinesi
enterprise, and by nslng the best material
produced In America and Kurope, eiclnd-
(ng corn and other adulterants or snrro
gates, the different kinds of the AtiheU'cr-
Busch beer havo become tho favorites with
the American people, and have now con-
qnercd the highest awanl in every partlcil-
f wh,ch ,a t0 l(e congij'by tl8
Columbian Jury. The high character of
me awani given lo-uny oy ine jurors win
be better understood when It Is known that
lie uiuercnv oeers ejiiiiiiiieii oy mo in-
h.,ir.llnn1i llmwlntf Ailatlnn hml tu
coinncte with hundreds of the most excel-
jent ,,,nys of other brewom. The fact
lY.""'"""?; .""JK :' . nV Xl
reputatron ns the leader of all American
beers, and Mr. Adolphus linsi'h can feel
proud over this result no justlv merlin).
, t&r Tbe ibote It t Fac-slmllle o( tbe
t Libel of tbe " EAGLE " Brand wlilcb took
' tbe Prlie.
In orderltiK this Beer be sure to
ask for the "KAUI.K" Brand.
Macfarlane k Co., L'd, ,
CdilJ fur Jlmnillun lilmi'lt
NotlCC tO UOIlSUUierS !
Thf nrw mirk 11 lltt. Hitmiiittii
lihrlrw Co. briny now riimjilrlrd,
nutlrr in lierrhi tiven thai from
and after .liinuiinj loth the Cam
puny it prepared In nujiply inraii
dexrrilt elect rh litlhtiilil In cioi
Iniiirrs. In a few iuis the Ctinipini will
iiim he prepared luiirnlnli electric
limine fnr pnwer, and n which
due nnlice will he niven.
The Cninpanij farther nnimnitce
thai theii are prepared In receive
order fur inleriar iciriaa and can
furiiinh firtnrex and all jilliniii in
caniierliini with new itervicr.
I 'ii n till mien, reiiiilatlnnn and
Cum puny' rate can lie had an
apidicalinn In the Superintendent.
Wm. G. IRWIN,
I'BUSilUKNT II. K. CO.
El5 til I
Mi 111 gL T&
Are KeiTlvliig New Invoice of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY EVKttY MTK.MKK
Where they are fully prepared to do all
kinds of work Iu the latest ttylet, at
the shortest notice and at the
mont IteatoDuhle KstM.
Fine Job Work Id Colors a Specially I
Kxecuted In the Mont Attractive
Head die following partial list of npvo
hllllea Mild get the UU.l.KTItt's price be-
lure piuciug your oruers. uy no Uolug
you will sue both lime and inouey.
IUU 1 1 cuds,
Uilla of bulling,
Ueceipis of nil kiuda,
Labels of every variety,
Cetilitins iu any lunguuye,
Kiivelopcs A better CiriHiliirs,
.Sporting Scores k Itecords,
I'eipeiiuil WiiBhiiig l.ibtu,
tlenerul Book Wuik,
Ktc Kli!., Ktc, Ktu
Ciluti'il unit Blocked when ilcslied.
Ua)T No Job U allowed to lcuVi'lid o
lleti until ll give siulactioii.