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FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
New-York Life Insurance Co.
JOHN A. McOALL, President.
SUMMARY OF REPORT:
BUSINESS OF 18!:i.
Pmmiuiu Income $ 27,-l8S,057 M
Interest, Rents, etc 11,874,030 . 51
Total Income 3.1,Sl5;5,(Ml5 On
Death Claims 8,110,003. -10
tmlowmonts and Annuities 2,-llM,002 . 00
Dividends, Purchased Insurance, etc 4,103,-ir3.01
Total to Policy Holders 1 .",0:J8,-10 27
Number of New Policies Issued .S.",1 1 1
Amount of New Insurance Written .$228,'! 17,1 1 1 00
CONDITION JANUARY 1, ISO I.
$ . 148,700,781 20
Liabilities -I per cent Standard i:M,07o,lol .03
Srphn 17,023,080. IS
Number of Policies in Force 203,870
Amount of Insurance in Forco 770,1 n(i,078 00
PROGRESS IN 1893.
Increase in llouulils to Policy Holder- $ 1,0 18,137 .81
Increase in Assets " 11,201 582.22
Increase in Surplus 220082 . 08
Increase in Insurance Written 51, 8 12, Oil 00
Increase in Insurance in Force 80,008,011) 00
lucrcaso in Number of Policies in Force 37,008
increase in Number of Policies Written in 1893
over 1802 I8,8"2
Increiue in New Premium. Income over that of
IW- ' 1.082,008.12
lu th following respocts tho Now York Lifo. In 1893, hs BROKEN ALL
RECORDS ovnr made by Horsolf or any other Company.
- - i).
Fiust Number of policies applied for in 1808 05,500
Skconii Number of new policies actually written in 1803
Titian Amount of new iiiMiraucu iui'd in 1808 .... 1228,800,000
FniMtTii Nunibfi-of new polieie-i aclually paid for in 1808
Finn Net gain in new lm-iin- over the previous year
Sixth Net iuciva.M in uiiiuliur of policie in force 37,008
Sk'VKNTU Not gain in insurance in fun . . . .KU.tiil8.iMJl
-! ir.NKIt.VI. AuBNT. HAWAIIAN IHI.ANH.S.
A KB RBt'ElV'IXU
BOOK & JOB STOCK
Electric Printing Office,
XKVY INVOICES OF
Honolulu, H. I.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
The nhove Store ten received another
Splcndlil Invoice of
JapineseSlk A Fancy Goods
Per S. S. "China."
Beautiful Silk and Crape
llrm 0(xkI' In nil simile, plain ami
Ciishlonv Talilc Cover,
Hiil Covers, lown,
Silk Grape Raiubow Suits,
All I'o'urs Kntioy lr.iH.rlc5,
Hollies, Henrf, Snlii',
Jackets, Cnp, Kto , Ktr.
Nie l'rlii of thee Omul l 11M011M1
Elegant Silk Kimonos!
HhiiIviimc Cliuri'tle Cnvs,
Hil'c Ten Ci.i-
Large and Small Japanese Rngs
Silk Umlirt'llni, llulit lull trotiit.
Ctinlr Kalillc. silk.
HamiIhX) Illhuts mini with ii l- -.
Silk l.i in p y Intel t- uuw t Ic.
Japanese Screen, from S3 Up.
Large Japanese Umbrellas
Cnn lie Sol with I'ulii In I In.
ground, iilcn for I'icnle. or Lunches out
ot doors, tlmy vmi !' iimmii'I nut or iixil
n u lent.
IN OKKAT VAItlKTY.
Ufc. ltlrtllluM Itl sCl-fllll. IllVillll.
Mrs, J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
Notice to Consumers I
The new mirk the llniuiiiiiii
Kleelric Co, briny nnw vmnplrted,
nutlet I hereby alien that from
find after Jnnuury loth the Cum
puny i prepared In tupply iniini
i'ivil fli-itric liijhtlmj tn m
tinner. In ii ft ii tiny tint Citnipnny will
aim b' prfptirul In unlink electric
motor fur pnwtr, unit of whirl,
line nulit e will l,e alien ,
The diinipiiiiii further an nun nee
Unit they tire prepureil In rieelre
order fur interior wirimj ami nut
furnili future tuttl oil fllltnij in
rnnnectinn with new trrrlre.
I'rinliil rub, reijulnlimi unit
Cniapiiny' rule run lie hml nn
apiilirntimi In the Siijierinlemlenl
Wm. G. IRWIN,
tfl-'-lf I'HKHIDIINT H. K. CO.
ON APRIL 1, 1894,
HOKE & ZUR OEWESTE
Will Ink ulinru'i- u( tln Biore known u
"KA M.VII.K" wild it
NEW COMPLETE STOCK
I AlllKK x i IIII.IHtr.S' h
Shoes, Notions, Etc., Htc, Etc.
Continued from 11 Page.)
Aftor tho concert tunny of tho
visitors wore privileged to inspoct a
partly niailo nuiilol map of tho col
togo ami ground?. Its artifieors aro
tho Drothors thciusolvos. who thus
havo bofti spoutling thotr "loisnro"
tiiuo. Tho work is going to ho ono
of tho finost compositions, median
, ically and artistically, ovur producod
on tho islands. It is constructed on
a hoard six and a half foot square.
Kwry building is put in not in
rndo, solid blocks, but in dolicatoly
wrought walls, roofs, vorandas. etc.,
uoatly joino.1 togothor,aud all tho
trees aro going to bo thoro, tho stalo
ly palms being already iu place. Tho
arious playgrounds aro laid down,
also tho pet alligator's pond, drives,
walks, etc. Kxorything is mndo to
scale, so that tho rsult will bo a re
production of every external feature
of tho institution in miniature.
Speaking of tho alligator it arrived
from Florida in a cigar box a few
years ago, and i now five and a half
foot iu Tougth.
Senator Stovo White's Speech.
EniTon Bulletin: -
Great minds do not always ruu in
tho same chauutil; for instance, thoro
is a dilToreiico of opinion between
Sonator Whito of California and
Prof. Alexander of Honolulu on tho
Hawaiian question. Tho l'rofesor
thinks his party has clear sailing
' and that annexation is sure. But
; tho Sonator apparently thinks differ
i ontly. Iuclosed is Senator Whito's
speech from tho S. t Examiner of
I Fcbruary.22 last. Wo will all admit
' that I ho Professor Is tho best posted
1 on kanaka history, but when it comes
1 to American politics ho is not in it
with tho Senator. Tho Hon. S. M.
Whito is an ablo man, and ho should
' bo noted for at least ono thing: hois
the first mau whoso brains instead of
I Ids wealth secured him a seat iu tho
L". S. Senate from California for a
long time. Neither .Senator Stan
ford on tho Republican side, nor
Senator Hearst on tho Democratic
sido would havo had their seats in
tho U. S. Senate if they had been as
poor as Stovo Whito is. Your hum
bio servant wai iu Sacramento, Cal ,
. L S. A., that laud of pure politics,
when Senator Stanford was elected,
I so ho knows what ho is talking about.
, Stick to kanaka history. Professor,
and let politics alone, is tho advico
of Anotiich Toniivr.
Honolulu, April K, IWH.
P. S. -If you can spare the space
ploao givo a fow extracts from tho
speech for the benefit of tho elect. -A.T.
Tho following aro extracts from
tho tohuraphed report of the Ex
aminer's correspondent :
Senator White delivered a nearly
threediourri hpeoch on Hawaii in tho
Senate. Tho California Democratic
representative in tho upper branch
of CoiiLTcru fitrprWd n good many
people In tho courso of his lengthy i
speech, becnuso of tho fact that ho
supported tho presout Administra
tion's courso almost entirely in its
dealings with Hawaii.
The Callfoiniuu was in excellent
oico and was given more than ordi
nary attention during tho delivery
of his oration.
It can bo slated that White's
speech was a very strong one. Ho
had facts galore to present in mip
port of tho portion ho took, ami his
i speech was, if not satisfactory to ,
l everybody, interesting because of
the now phae he brought out iu
connect ion with his arguments.
Following is tho substance of the
The efforts of Cleveland to res-1
tore the Queen wore in the nature
of a protest ngalnsl. the. previous i
, illegal actrt of the roproMiutativo of
our Government. Ho sought to I
' undo as far as posslblo tho improper i
transactions of our diplomatic agent. I
Ho reiiutliated and coudomued that '
agent's cotidttct. Ho adopted tho I
most positive method iu carrying
out this laudable purooso. Aftor j
exhausting his powers in endeavor
ing to right the wrong ho commend
ed tho whole subject to Congress. J
As to tho recognition which tho I
Dole Government had received from '
President Harrison, Whito contend-1
I'd that il was tho duty of President '
Cleveland under tho suspicious oir-,
ctiinstnuces surrounding the case to i
' investigate and ascertain whether
any Government had in fact boon
established ly the people of the
I am surpri-ed that any Senator
should assert that it is a crime to
tuko down our Hag when it is placed
iua position untitled foritsiutluouco.
The Hag typifies tho power of tho ,
Republic. Ii heads onward a move- i
moiit of rectitude. Its foes aro
wroug and dishonest. Our
banner was not designed to wave
over alien lands or over alien people.
I It was intended to float over Amer
ica's hatth'h, over America's man-
hood. Yes, shoot tho man
i who seeks to tear down the Hag
1 when it wines where honor calls, but
remit to condign punishment the
wretch who makes patriotism a trade
and iibos the stars and stripes for
1 ulterior ends, shields fraud ami pro
tects crime. Our Hag is raised for
' justice. It must bo taken down
1 when il cannot lloat without injus
tice. Its mission is iu tho cause of
integrity. It is desecrated when
otherwise devoted. It must not as
sist iu tho establishment of a Gov
ernment against thu popular will,
even though we believe that the
change will bring improvement. We
miiM leato to tho orosivo processes
of time and civilization tho obliter
ation of inferior races and the ovor
thiow of corrupted dynasties. Not
by the sword of this republic or be
fore her victorious banner shall ono
bo annihilated or the other subvert
ed. The l'ro clonal Government dno
not represent the people. Iu proof
of this assertion the speech deliver
etl bv Stevens in Boston was ijiintod,
in which that gent Ionian said that it
would not do to submit the (uohtiou
of annexation to tins Hawaiian peo
ple, becaue tlmy would bo corrupt
ed, and he alo referred to the cir
cumstance that no ono pretended
that Dole would be Hiutalued n u
roiuli of u popular votw
Ho affirmed that it was against
the interests of tho United Stales to
acquire the island". Ho
took up tho suggestion of Senator
Sherman that the Mauds should be
annexed to California. Ho much
preferred, ho said, that annexation
should bo mado to Ohio. Ho re
spectfully declined to admit that il
would bo a good thing for Califor
nia to bring within her jurisdiction
5H),(XX) people of whom no more than
fi percent hnvo the slightest litne?s
for self-government. Ho did not
wish any such population n Slo
vens declared t ho island to poos
to bo indicted upon tho Golden
Senator White took up the boat
iug of Hopuhlioaii Senators that
Cleveland's policy had destroyed his
party, saying: Do not llatle'r your
selves that anv processor disintegra
tion is at vvoik here or that I and
my colleagues contemplate suicide.
o are and will bo ready for you.
You may have oberved that we
sustained no loss upon tho Flection
Hepoal matter. Our majority was
quite comfortable. Wo are prepared
to stand by tho Democratic Admin
istration, Wo may criticise a little,
but do not bo misled by this, for a
small-sized family row does not
moan absolute divorce. We have
followed Clevoland through three
campaigns. We are not propane! to
recant or retrograde. Tho
President is not perfect; to asert
that ho was so constituted would bo
to deny his humanity. Wo do not
claim as much for him iu that ic
specl as our inoileU opponents d'dly
claim for themselves. Cleveland lias
for many years, notwithstanding the
doubts of individual' and slanders
of political enemies, had the respect
and admiration of the best minds of
his country to a greater extent than
a 1 13' other man.
At the close of the day's session
White, iu reply to Teller, said iu
part: The present condition of af
fairs docs not depend on the justice
or equitable character of t he Queen's
Government. In this country we
must bo guided by the will of the
people of tho Hawaiian Inlands.
Wo separated ourselves from
England upon the theory thai tho
will of our people must control, and
wo can never feel ourelve ju-tilied
in tho recognition of the Provisional
Government until Slovens and Dole
withdraw their declarations to the
effect that the natives of the islands,
people who are to tho manner born,
do not waul cither annexation or tho
destruction of that system which
prevailed before St evens interpolat
ed his iulluonco. Under the prevail
ing circumstances it will not be ad
visable to make any further etlorts
towards tho restoration of the
Queen. In any event we
can afford to accept the prevailing
conditions. Annexation is a qui",
tiou for tho future. Il is certain
that no person interesiotl in Califor
nia affairs will ever com-ent to any
treaty which can by any possibility
result in the1nvniiii of .Mongolian
Interests or tho contribution to Cali
fornia Statehood of an element, Ha
waiian or .Mongolian, which nn
prove inimical to (ho welfare of our
people. In considering the condi
tion of the population on (he Ha
waiian Islands we must not forget
not only tho presence of Japaiiofe
and ChlucM) but also the fact t tint
nearly all native Hawaiian are unlit
for self government, aud that, iu ad
dition to this, its Portuguese am
really natives of the A .ores, of more
than one-half negro lilooci, and
wholly disqualified to comprehend
Descout of a Jii(l;o.
KniToii lUu.r.Tix: -
Tho idea of His High Honor .ludgn
descending from the heights of the
Supremo Bench, to issue a penny
proclamation of political lying ad
dressed to tho voters is verv cliarac
t eristic of the times and of tho
straits in which the P. G. Hud them
selves. But, outside of t his si range
prostitution of judicial position to
jiolitical intrigues. .Mr .Midge's move
is perfectly rebellious, fur every one
knows what very little iulluonco he
has amongst the natives. Tho
.hid go's family has been absolutely
hated by the Ihwaiiaus, and his
Honor knows personally that if, at
any time, the natives had had their
own way, ho would have l en the
first to bo kicked out of office, lint
it is not yet too late, and for the
present his Honor's imliiic.il advice
will certninlv nial.o the natives still
more cautious not to roiriitor ami
vote, on this principle: " Beware of
any amice given liy jour enemies.
Provimtion Is Hotter
Than euro, anil tluwn u-lm mi-., mil..
! ject to iheumntisin can pioioul nt-
iiiciis oy Keeping mo moon pure anil
free from tint acid which causes tho
disease. You can rely upon Hood's
Sarsaparilla as a remedy for rheu
matism and catarrh, also for e ore
form of scrofula, salt rheum, boils
aud other diseases caused by impute
blood. It tones aud vitalion tlie
1 Hood's Pills are oas and gentle
ui'i; 1 t. uui:.it iik ik.m 1;
O mnl I'lcllon oivii eir 'I I' I.SI. V,
j lliriSSUAY mnl bVII UDAY. (10,11
L' to I oelniil; i m,, .ciiiiJ Hour of l-o
tir IHocl.. Miiniiiii irn t, 1 niriiinc on iln
lime IimiIIiik to I'oiii'lrv.
I flS lloiikk 'col mil 1.1 i -p. n.il.l. ,ur-
tll - ill llllllllllllll llll It I II I'llll'llt'llM, . Ill
risiileiil of tin. oilii-r Ishiii U.
i:ieliii-liir I., in iiu,,it .yi rv
jl.HM.-nY i.vi.siMi, 11 :'.o ovi.M.k
sluirp in Uiu I.M-niri Hull.
1 III. nil MMil.j: WilM N lilt
iv Vtinri.il C,ii i. ur 'i iiernl in l, ,in
lliir vo.vniji. In i:,iropi' l., 11 luiniu Midi
cllililrili. U.i.hI rcfrri'iMN - 1. .i.nri' I. i,.
, III. jKHTm III.AI.iiKIl V 1 (l.,
I oriii'i KiliK ini'l lletlu 1 mrei i or Vit
tuilu tlrict opsjltu I Iiuiiu. nil 11 ore
Anhousor-Busrh Browing Co.
Wins tho Prizo at tho
World's Fair with their
"EAGLE" Brand Beer.
Hi. I... i ik, tin. JS, 18'U.
.Mi.si-r.s. Mai ihi.nk .Vr Co., 1,'n.,
Honolulu, It. I.
Dent Sin We linrn mnllvil you n rojiy
of the llhilie'lie inn-nil ntitioniu-Inp tlmurpiit
victory won bv tin Asiim i r-IIum ii Asso.
iivtioi ttltli their "K.VUt.K" llnuiil ot
ANIIKlSKIMIfSCH lll(t:VIN1 AS0
CIAIION. (Sliteinl lffileh In ftMiflttiiinernt,)
I VViiniii'M Ft i a, Ciiicvim, ti.t., Oct '.U
No nwrt-il (ins uvcrlici'ii iiimlc o grntlfvlnn
' to. St. Louis iifoplo ntiil fo Justly iiicflti-il i
a tlm ono irlvcii tn-ilnv lv tlm Onliiinlilan
Jury of the World's r'nlr. eimllln(j of eon-
i lioliMlrs ntiil I'hi'itiNtsnf the highest rntik, '
to the .iili(Mii'r-lliiM'li llrpwluir Aocln
tton. lty iiicihoils of unrluillnl luilni-r
I'litcrprisc. mnl h nln tho lipt mnti'Pi.il
tiroitui-cil In Aniurli'.i mnl Kutopc, uxi-liiil
iiif corn nml other ielulliT.uit or siirni-
' unit's, (lie illll'iri'iit Minis of the AiiIomimt-ilu-ch
liier hnvv licroiim the ftivoriti's with
tlie AiihtIi in ieoi le, mnl hnve now eon-
' iueri'il the liluhoM ntvnnl In every uirtli'ii
l:ir. whlili hml to he i'(iiiI,Iitii1 hy thr
Cnliiiiililnii iury. Tlie hlu-li chiinii'li-r of
, the iiuiinl ulyeu lo-ilny hy ihe Juror will
he tM'tler itti'liTMiKhl li-ii III- known tlmt
tho tllllVri'iit Immi- i'xIiIIiIipiI lit tlu An
licuser IliiM-li llri-wlim Assni'lmloti hmt to
' imiiiivIi' with liiltiilreilsof tlm inot iMiel
i lent ilNnlnys of other hrowers. The fnrt
tl nit no other cuticvrn Ims ustIvimI o
inmiy is)lnts for tlm viirlmis entinl itittl- I
ltie of uiKht lieer enullrins nnevr tlie llfiu
ri'Mit tlon ii tin, Iciiiler of all AiiiitIi'.iii
heers, nnil Mr. Ailolihll lluseli enn trul
' proinl over this result mi justly iiiurllfit.
..-, V.-,V I USv
W - SW I T--
. tn- -
.i -' ". wuuiim,-L5,..v
fO- The above Is a Fac-slmllln of (be
Label cf the " EAGLE " Brand wLlcb look
V7- In oplertni; this Iti-er In litre tu
ak lor thu "K.VUU:" llrninl.
Macfarlane & Co., L'd,
kl1'' tf .lijtut fat llmrniiiiii hlainlt
i'iiiiI Talking Hionopiiiil
J. A, Victor's Phonograph Parlor
Corner Until mnl IMIiel Ktrivts.
You will luiil nil of the l.nti'Kt Keli-rtloiis
lu Di'lern Mu-le- foui;s, !rus IIiiikI, lr-ehe-tiii.
Cornet mel X ti:.iii .lii-, Wo
nlhu iiiuke it .piTliiltj uf .NutlVd Mlilo.
New Records Received by Every Steamer.
&" Don't forget th phue "ViiTon'si"
nor the price, only .1 cents cueh eleellun.
lioi .1 l'ieturii);i! Ii the month or.wnr. All
Hiirsua will In. well lookeil u'ftur
mnl kept iu pnMiH'k's,
I OK i-Tt.MIAIItl IIIIKIl Tliom.MI STVI.I.IO.N
Itecunl J:.'!.' In Honolulu,
Will niiike the shii.(iii nl this Itincli until
Jul) I, lull I. TliltMrj, f.
1 Hi.siiiilMioM Tenleil tssii, hlooil Imv. HI
IiiiihIh IiIjiIi mill welflil I pie pnuiiiR
I 'K ni.i.i Uy "liro-veiior," hv "Ail-
inliiUtriitiir," liv "ltMl)ki. Hmiillionlmi
. lo." D.uii liy "Nntwooil," ruconl 2:l-)i.
CO" I'or lurihur pnrtliMilur iippl to
.1.1' Mi.NDDNCA Kiilinolii., or,
liiJI. 1 , IMJIIOIIIIllt
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger and Stevedore,
KSJ'I.M.VI'Km AS'll tJONTIIACl'H ON
A I.I, KINlHs OK WUltK.
Thu Sclir. "MAlIIMAlll"
Will run rei'ii'iirly hi'iut'i'u this port 11 ml
Wiiiuluu, liiMilliiipui, Mokiilolii, Keiie
nut unit I'uuihl on the l-liiinl of U11I111.
I'or Krelht, etc., uppl) to thu Cuptnlu,
tt- Impiiie lit iiilU-e of J ri. Wnlkvr,
ovui r-pHTkils' Itmik, Purl street. nST-if
'Pill. I'VUM.IMIII' II Kill. lololti;
1 oUt'ii).' hulWK'ii I'leilunek lliirilMin
mnl Artlmr I Inn I uintcr tlie linn niiuie
nl I In 1 1 1 -on linn ," u contrii'lor nml
liillliler. tins In 1 11 li luilllltll eoll-elit ilis.
i.lve I, mnl ull partn- owiiisil't Drill lire
In icla nolllleil tluil p,i ini'iit of tlie Milne
iimi-i iu. iiimli' lo I reilcrii'l, lliirrl.iiu, who
is niilli irunl lo -etlle -a nl iiusiiii'.s n till ill
1I111I ,lu - nun linn .
I Itl'.Hl.llll'K HAItlllMJN,
Alt I'll I'll IIAItlll.SO.S.
II lulu II I , Mureli ;, v,,
IHI I a
W " VI. AI'I'OIM'I.H Mil, ti ;
IIikii.Iiiiiiii .In ngi'tii lor nil of our
Couls, iiiiiiril Iroiii tlm ctlchmloil 'I'iiciimii
K 01 IP It. , CO.
Ilonuhilii April '.' iKil W'-lf
Arc. Itvvulvlng New Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
MY KVKItY STKAMKR
MB IIC HANI' STUKKT.
U hcrr they arc fully prcpsrcil to do nil
kinds of work lu tho Intent style, at
thu (honest notice mnl nl tint
moat Itcamnnblu Itslcs.
Pino Job Work In Colors a Specialty I
Kxcuutuil lu the Moal Altrsttive
Kenil the (ollowlng pnrtlal lUt of spec
laltlcs and get thu JJL'M.ktin's prices lie
fore placing your orders. Hy so doing
you will .live both Unit) and uiouoy.
Uills of Lading,
I Wedding Curdb,
' Milk Tickets,
, Receipts of ull kinds,
1 Labels nl every vurioty,
' PetitioiiM iu any langtiaye,
F.uv elopes &. Letter Circulurs,
Snorting Huorua A ltccords,
. Perpetual WitHlilng Lints,
Cieiterid liook Work,
Kic Kte., Ktc, lite,
Printed and lllockod wheu ilnMrcm,
UaT No Job U allowed lu Ioavu the of
fice until It kIvm i.iuUuuoii,