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HOMESTEAD LOTS IN SOUTH KONA,
Notice is hereby given
1. Tlnil 7 lots in Kukuiopao, South
iConn, Hiuvnii, have heen set apart for
the purpose of convoying to Mich per
sons us may wish to aconite home
steads upon which to live.
2. Maps of these lots eun hee.xiim
5 ti'eil nt the l.uml Ollieo, ltiteiioi Oe
piulineiit, Honolulu, or at the olllee
or .1. V. Kuaintokti, at Pnhoehoe. S.
3. .1. V. Kuaiinoku will point out
Iho lots to any poison desiring to see
thorn, for which set vice lie will bo en
tilled to a fee of $1 from the person
4. l'er-ons who may dc-ite lots
shall apply in witting to thu Minister
of the Inlet ior upon a blank form,
copies of which may bu obtained fiee
of said J. V. Kuaiinoku.
f. No nppjieation will be consid
ered from persons who ulieady own
0. Every applicant nuibt be of full
7. The applicant will bo allowed
ten years in which to p.iy for the land,
duting which time it will be exempt
8. Ho must within one year build
a dwelling house on the lot and begin
to occupy the same and continue to
occupy it for the remainder of the
term of ten years.
S). He must within three years en
close the lot with u substanti.il fence
10. Ho must pay quartet ly in ad
vance iutciest upon the unpaid pur
chase juice at the rate of 5 per cent
pel annum. The pmchaser may pa
the whole or any pail of the pmchasc
pi ice at any time, which will stop in
leiest. 11. The preliiuinaiy aujieeinent is
non-assignable, and the land cannot
be sold until all condition-' are ful
filled. 12. Failure to comply with any ol
the conditions will woik a foifoitiuo
of the land.
C. N. SPENCKK,
.Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollico, Feb. 23, 1692.
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 1801.
Holders of water privileges, oi those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that the hours for using water for
irrigation puiposcs aie fiom C to 8
o'clock a. .v., and 1 to (5 o'clock r. M.
until further notice.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
C. N. Sl'KNCKK,
Minister of the lliteuor.
fhulu flu lief in
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, FK1J. 27, 1892.
In this issue appears the report ot
a speech Dy Sir William Thomosii, one
of tlte most eminent English tfeien
tists, before the IJoyal Society, on
the subject of the astronomical in
vestigations in which Dr. A. JIarcuie
and li of. K. I). Preston are engaged
in Honolulu. Sir William has just
been raised to the peerage in iceog
nition of his services to science. Dr.
Marcuse, who has thus far done his
work effectively as will be seen, will
have completed his appointed year in
June. Hawaii will be be'ler known
abroad on account of being the site
of .such important scientific work,
while the people of Honolulu will
always remember with pleasure the
genial doctor, who frequently contri
butes ins rare musical ability to
THOUGHTS ON THE TIMES.
If this community i m for a
period of financial contraction, thu
enduring of the pinch should be
mutual as far as possible. This
would be a natural result in a less in
sular and larger place, but here it
would seem that the makers of prices
and of rents hold a suit of absolute
sway. Prices of many articles of
household consumption arc above a
reasonable advance on San Francisco
prices. Rents appear to be scaled
tor a condition of things long past,
ivlien there was less competition in
everything, the carrying tiado in
cluded. They should come down
now in sympathy with the times.
There aie articles of food lor which
a package retailing at 10 or 1.5 cents
in San Kiancisco becomes 2.") or 30
cents when it reaches Honolulu,
Articles of apparel in many eases
show an exorbitant nrtvnncc in price
over the buying prieo abroad. Part
of the cause of high pi ices is the
absence of small fractional ciuicnoy,
for, when a retailer has to raise arti
cles on San Francisco prices, ho
must add oO percent to a 10 cent
article, 25 percent to articles thence
up to a dollar, and so on. In one
item the tax is only trilling, hut
when computed on the aggregate of
a very modest household's supplies
a severe burden is apparent. How
ever, apart from the currency factor,
theie is a strong impression abroad
that, in many lines of living neces
saiies, prices are higher here than
they need be for a fair proilt. Peo
ple have never grumbled when em
ployment was easy to be had, ami
wages ruled high in almost every
branch of woik. Hut, a3 hinted at
the start, if there is to be a pinch let
it be a pinch all round. An exten
sion of tlte cash basis would enable
dealers to sell cheaper and make as
much proilt on a given quantity of
goods as at present.
At about 1 o'clock Sunday morn
ing, February 21, 11. Kuihelani for
many years a judge and member of
the Pi ivy Council, died at his home
in Wailuku. Saturday evening the
old gentleman retired at the usual
hour in, apparently, his usual good
health. The remains were preserved
and word sent to relatives and friends
at Honolulu and elsewhere. His
Excellency Sam. Parker and wife,
with others from Honolulu, arrived
Wednesday morning. The funeral
took place Thursday at 3:30 p. m.,
the remains being followed to their
last resting place by a very large
number of relatives and friends,
making one of the most noticeable
obsequies that has taken place in
Wailuku of late years.
Monday morning, February 22,
the wife of T. J. McLaughlin pre
sented him with a beautiful little
daughter, mother and child both
Y. II. Daniels, of Wailuku, has
been appointed Deputy Sheriff for
Lahaina to take effect March 1 prox.
The weather is bright and clear
with indications of more rain soon.
The mills all busy and on some of
the plantations plowing commenced.
Health ot the general public good
The wife and family of Mr. Tbos.
Evans, sugar boiler for Wailuku
Sugar Co., joined him lastweck and
are domiciled in the Old Father Bailey
premises, Wailuku. Thomas' face is
wreathed in smiles aecoidingly.
The triple murder of Kalaliilii,
Puni, Kaholokai and the torturing by
lite of Paa at Awalua, Lanai, by
Puulolo, a slightly-built, comely look
ing native girl of on'y 23 years of
age, is without doubt unpaialleled in
the annals of crime and has been the
subject of comment hereabouts since
the news readied us. Through the
courtesy of our etlicicnt Deputy
Sheriff, Mr. Samuel Chillingworth,
we arc in possession of the awful de
tails of the doings of this young girl
at Awalua, but they arc so disgusting
and horrible they will not bear pub
lication. I doubt if any civilized
mind could conceive of the diabolical
cruelty, beastiality and sickening tor
ture as were there practised by her,
assisted by the ten or twelve other
natives of the little community, who,
it seems, were quite willing to do her
bidding through fear of supernatural
or kahuna powers she claimed to
po-sess. Paa, under the doctor's
caie at Lahaina, is disfigured beyond
Arrived at poit of Ivahului, Wed
nesday, Febiuaiy 21th, three-masted
schooner Heulah, Captain Ole John
sen, 21 days from Sat Francisco, in
ballast. She wil load sugar for-J.
D. Sprockets & Co., San Francisco.
In port Schr. Uoiilah, Capt. John
sen ; schr. Sadie, Capt. Smith; bkt.
Klikilat, Capt. Cutler; bkt. Itohert
Sudden, Capt. Ullberg; schr. E. Iv.
Wood, Capt. Larson, Z.
The way that the P. C, Adveitiser
in a lute issue went for the sctlp of
Dr. Oliver, shows that Calvinism is
not dead, but livetli. If the doctor
had carried a riiJe in J887 for the
vciy pious (lock who dwell frilhin the
atmosphere of the Adveitiser, or bad
become a supporter of its church
iauily, he could then have drank just
about as he had liked, and the
Advertiser would have been his
champion. Therein lies the great
mistake of the unfortunate doctor.
Such ungraceful and unchiistiau
pranks as the Advertiser cuts (now
and then) will create no otru ros
pect from outside, for its peculiar
churchiauity, neither will It give
tone, or help to draw recruits.within
Us (tin) halfway station on Hethel
-street. Politics and hluckguaidisiu,
petty spite, persecution and prayers,
What a religion! Kuauti:.
Ivvery family should be provided
with some reliable medicine for bowel
complaints. A fu)r trial will con
vince any one that Chnmlicrjain's
Colic, Cholera and Diairhre.i lleincfjy
is nithoul an equal; besides it is
pleasant to take. ! and )() cent
bottles for sale by all dealers, Uon
sou, .Smith & Co., agents.
Mcshi'h. King Bros, aro
Hhowhitf si fluo lino ol' Bum
boo ami othor nljio l'arlor
Jiiisi'lH, Willi J5 rackets and
Window Cornices at jtrict'H
to meet Aw tinios.
An Intrrplil unit Dm Ins HukIIhIi Traveler
r.xiloilo hii IMil Tradition.
An iiiterestinir note comes from Cap
tain F. E. Younghusbaud, of tho King's
Dragoon guards, who is again on his
travels of exploration in Central Asia.
Hu writes from his camp in the Kashgar
mountains, dated tho 27th of October,
1890: "From tho Alichur Pamir I re
turned eastward, crossed ono of tho
branches of tho Upper Oxus, and made
for Lake Uangkul. On tho shores of
this lake is tlm famous rock known as
tho Lamp rock of Central Asia, so called
becuuso from a cavo in its side a Kir
pclitnl light shines forth. Ney Elias
had passed by this in 1885, and had
thought it might possibly bo a phosphor
escent light; he had not time, however,
to examino it properly. When I ar
rived at tho lake 1 saw this rock stand
ing tip by itself about two hundred feet
in height, projecting out from tho mount
ain side, about ono hundred yards from
tho water's edge.
"Jliiih up on tho steep cliff 1 was
shown tho cave, and sttro enough there
was a pale light visible, looking very like
a phosphorescent light. 1 asked tho
Kirghisif anyone had over been insido
tho cave. They said: 'No; it is tho
dwelling place of a demon who guards
vast treasures which aro stowed there,
and tho light conies from a diamond
stuck in his torelicad. No ono dares to
go there.' 'Well, I am going thero at
any rate,' and started off to climb the
rock. It wits pretty easy going till with
in about twenty feet of tho mouth of
tho cave, now hidden from view by a
projecting slab of unbroken rock, which
it looked impossible to surmount. Luck
ily, however, a P.ithan servant had ac
"He took off his boots so as to bo able
to get a better grip with his feet, and
then proceeded to climb tho rock. I fol
lowed, but must confess tliat it was tar
from iiloaNint work, though I had also
taken off my boots, and had only my
socks on. The rock was rough, and
lucidly firm; but it had no ledges which
could support even half one's foot; more
over, it stood up alutost perpendicularly,
so that a false step or a slip would have
meant certain death. All wo could got
was ii precarious purchaso for tho tips of
our fingeis and our toes in tho inequali
ties in tho surface of tho rock. In this
way tho P.ithan, n born mountaineer,
leading we climbed tho rock like cats
and entered tho dragon's cave.
"Then we saw tho light, and found it
to bo neither phosphorescent nor that
of a diamond set in tho head of a demon,
but tho puro and unadulterated light of
heaven coming from tho other end of the
cave, which was in fact no cave, but a
tunnel right tlirough tho rock. From
below ono cannot see that tliis is the
case. Tho light striking up against the
root of the cave only isseen. Themystery
of tho perpetual light in tho famous
Lamp rock of Central Asia is therefore
solved, though I daro say tho supersti
tious inhabitants of these parts will add
a sequel to tho old story of how a reck
less and possibly insano sahib, accom
panied by a Pathan warrior from dis
tant Bajaur, scaled tho fearful precipice,
entered tho cave and fought tho mighty
demon, but failed to take the diamond
from his foiehcad." St. James' Gazette.
For years controversy was rife con
cerning the ago of a celebrated harp
now in Trinity collego, Dublin. The
result of much speculation and corre
spondenco places its dato in the Four
teenth century, with a margin of a fow
loose years before or after, all of which
is miite satisfactory to people in general.
TJiero is a c:ist of this antique instru
ment in tho South Kensington museum.
Next on tho list of honorablo years
given to sweet and tender service may
bo seen in tho'Highlands of Scotland,
tho Clanuich Lninaunch, also called La
mont's Ularslioe. This venerable harp
was included in tho belongings of a lady
of the Lamont family, who took it from
Argyleshire about tljo middlo of tho
Fifteenth century, on her marriago into
the old Perthshire family of Robertson
This Lamont Clarshoo is described as
having thirty strings, tuned singly, "but
tho scale wivs sometimes doubled in pairs
of unisons," like lutes and other instru
ments popular at that time. Harper's
On mi Outlay of 34.
Sir H. Selwyn-Ibhetson, presiding at
a meeting of tho Trustees imd Execu
tors' Insurance company, apologized that
tho dividend on a paid up capital of
2,000,000 was not greater than 15 per
(joiit., but it was the holders of tho
founder s' shares who had reason to look
pleasant. Out of tho profits a dividend
of 533 on every 10 founders' share, of
which only U is p:iid up, was declared,
md naturally a proposal to abolish this
particular stock led to much discussion.
One g'etittuntuij, who owned eight
founders' shares, said Jie would not bo
satisfied with leas than .ChOOS for each
y tjiem. This is hardly to bo wohdored 1
of, when it Is remembered that lie is
about to jecciyo 4,'tyi f rt year's return
on an outlay of 1J-1, 'and ippim readily
bo understood that tho shares aro quoted
at 7,000 on 'Chiuigo. London T&Bits.
Cum fur Hnpuntltlon.
Superstitious doctrines aro couutless
in number. But fow of them have been
critically examined iu this paper, but
though, wo think, to justify tho deduc
tion that siipufstjtion is founded on and
magnified by an jgnqranoo of tho plain
est truths of natural science. If wo ro
uiovo the eiuinu, tho effect will cease.
Let more attention bo given in tho in
struction of youth to tho inculcation of
thu fundamental principles of tho sci
ences, and less to mora ornamental stud
ies, and the result will bo advantageous
to mankind. Hebrew Messenger
SAFE AND RELIABLE.
"In imying a pp;!l medicine for
children," says II. .. NValkor, &
prPlilincnt druggist of Ogden, Utah,
"never bo nfrui) tp buy Clminber.
iHin's Cough Remedy. T'lPro s no
danger from it and relief is always
sure to follow, J particularly recom
mend Chamberlain's beoauso I found
it to be safe nnd reliable," 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. lien
eon, Smith & Co., audits.
OF THE LAMP ROCK. i
How does ho fool? He feels
Who n Wn dnrlr. ltnfadillK, dyed-
in-the-wool, eternal blue, nnd lte
. 1-. .T 1 hncnMA rtfotf
mattes evcrynony icei m-. -v- "r
August Flowor tho Remedy.
Now does ho fool? He feels a
headache, generally dull nnd con
stant, but sometimes excruciating
.August Flowor tho Romody.
How does ho fool? He feels n
violent hiceoughitig or jumping; of
the stomach after a mcnl, raising
bitter-tastiug matter or what he has
eaten or drunk August Flower
How doos ho fool ? He feels
the gradual decay of vital power ;
he feels miserable, melancholy,
hopeless, and longs for death and
peace August Flowor tho Rom
ody. How doos ho fool ? He feels so
full after eating a meal that he can
hardly -walk August Flowor tho
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
March 17, 1892
1 YACHT RACE 1st Class.
Couusk, (to be published later.)
2 YACHT RACE 2d Class.
Coukse, (to be published later )
Yachts will assemblo off tho foot of
Lehua Avenue iu Pearl City Peninsula
at 0 a. m.
A preparatory gun will be llred on the
Judge's boat at 9 :H0 a. si. 'I he starting;
gun will be tired at 10 A. m. sirup.
The start will be a dying one; the
time of each yacht being taken as she
crosses tho Hue, but no yacht shall be
allowed more than ten minutes within
which to start a'ter the signal to sMrt
has been given.
Tjme allowance one minute to the ton
Each yacht inut c.iriy atlier malutop
niast head, a distinguishing (lug of a
suitable sle, which iiiut not be hauled
down unless she gives up the race
Each yacht shall carry during tho race
no mine than tho uhmI auchois and
chains, which must not he used as ship
ping ballast or for altering the trim of
the yacht No bags of shot slnll be on
board and all ballast shall be properly
stowed under the platforms or in lockers
and shall not be shipped or trimmed in
any way whatever dm lug tho race,.
No lestiietion as to (juai)tity of sail.
CouitSK, (to be punished later.)
4-FOUIt-OARED BOATS Smiiino
Couusi:, (to be published lutir.)
N. II. Tho Regatta Races will be
under the rules adopted by the Hawaiian
Rowing & Yachting Association.
In all .-acc. two or moie bouts must
start to imiko a'ruce.
The rowing ' races will lako place at 1
o'clock v. m. sharp,
Tim signal gun will be 111 ed from tho
Judge's stand at 1L' :;i() o'clock
Signal for dm competing boats to as
semble at the starting bun uljlbotho
tiring of a gun 10 minutes before tho
stun of uauli rami,
t& 1,1st of entries will be open at the
olllcu of the riiii'UitiNTEM'UNT of the
Oaiiu Kaii.wav A; Lank Co., until 12
o'clock noon, March 15, lB'ia.
Prizes (or the above Hacos are now on Exhi
bition at the PACIFIC HARDWARE
CO 'S STORE, Port Street
TRAINS will loave Honolulu for Pearl
Harbor at 7::J0,l), 10, 11, 12 a. m
and 1,2, :i, l and 4:U0 1 .m.
RETURNING v 1)1 leave fcatl llaibnr
for Honolulu kVkry hour. '
Popular Rates of Faroi
? us smitr.iiwiz
K0OIKAiei A. .IJclJIIltUY, rrcditout.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
tt has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0LIARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is tho most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
toT" For full puiticulars apply to
T. K. HOWS'-,
91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
1)0011 MATS. DOOR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality ; lettered
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain
Cocoanut Mats, a desirable assoit
nicnt. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. 86?" Call and examine our stock.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On MONDAY, Fob SiHli.
AT O'OI.JM'lt AOO.V,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
100 SnekM WIS )!Ltt HAItLHY
III lots t i Milt.
JAS. P. aiDUGAX,
355 2t Auctioneer.
Hy older of G. Trousseau, Adminis
trator, with the will annexed of III-, late
Majesty Kalakaiia, I will m-11 at Public
Auction, at my Salesroom, Queen -stieet,
On SATURDAY, March .
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOOX,
LAND AT A1EA, EWA, OAHU,
Hoyal Patent 785; Royal Patent 287(i. 1
:)7-100acies, and Royal Patent "!).,,!
acie, 3 chains and 33-100. Deed fiom
.1. S. McGrew and wife, Liber 70, Polio
291 0-Ci acre subject to leae to .1.
Humphreys; rent $10 per annum; ex
pires Sept. 1, 18!I0.
f This will be offered at an upset
price ol 2,500,
Deeds at purchasei 's
JAS. F. J(OItGAN,
351 8t Auctioneer
Aqua-Marine Beach Lots!
On SATURDAY, JIarHi 51 h,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my .Salesiooin, Queen s-tiei't, I will
bell at Public Auction,
lleyond ICuplolunl 1'iii'lc.
The-,0 Lots, varying fiom one-half
to Msvon-tontlis of an aeic. are ad
vantageously situated, being just bojoud
tbe Park, and lying between the Dia
mond Head load and the pea. Govern
ment water lh laid on along the front of
these hots on the load. The beach Is of
(nft white sand, and tho leef is famnui
for delicious ilsh of vailou kinds, which
The title is fee simple, and teim aie
eah, or one-half c.isli and the balance
on inoitgage at 8 percent for one or two
years. Deeds at the expense of pur
tiSf' A chart of the l,oh is on exhibi
tion at my Salesroom,
Br These Lots aro in irked by
corner stakes, giving the uuinbeis,
J VS. F. MORGAN,
Ufil lit Auctioneer.
Island Shells and Curios !
WHOT.KSALTC uml retail, eheap for
TT cash, at 101 Fort sli cut. between
Killers' dry goods stoiu and Pi auk
QciU's shoe store.
1)53 tf T. TANJf ATT.
MONEY TO UUILD IIOMIOS.
IF on have a lot, I will build you a
house, and furnish tho money on
easy terms. J. h. MKYKK,
1.10 Foil stieet.
Mutual Tel. G(l; P.O. Ilox 387.
Nulicu oj' Annual Itfeotiiitf.
rPIlE annual ineelng of Iho People's
I Ice & Jiefilgoiating Co. wl bo
held on TJJ')AY, Mnich Ist, ufJiilO
o'clock p. m., at tlui oee of loualii)li
Ali'liil, Q P, OAftl'LE,
y$)3 fit tfecietitry.
A N N U A J j MEETING.
Till" tegular annual meeting of thu
Hawaiian 1'iult &TaroCo w! be
held at ihelr oillcu Iu Wa!liik)i, Maui, on
HATUKDAY, March 12, 1802, at 10
o'clock A. M W. II. DANIKLS, '
Illfi aat Senctnry II. V. A; T. Co.
Whim yo wu.Hi' a .Portrait
E tlarged call on Khifr Bros,,
If -it thoir price lint and hco
samples. Thoy can't bo beat.
P. D. CORSETS
Jusl llwvlvvil ii Full Line of 1 D. C'OUSKTN nl
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
u 81fl llillif
fiw i 0m
IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZES. COME AND SEE THE
CORSET WE ARE OFFERING AT
IT CAN'T HE HEAT ! ) 0 O T S . 1T CAN'T BK BEAT !
SUPT. PIERCE'S REPORT
ew York Life
Gain in Assets during six
Exlracls from the "New York
Insurance Dui'aktmi:nt ok the Stati: ok Nr.w York,
Ai-hanv, N. Y., January 19th, 1892.
Pursuant to statute, and by request of the Company's Board of
Trustees, the undersigned, Superintendent of the Insurance Department
of the State of New York, has caused an examination of the conditions and
affairs of the New York Life Insurance Company to be made by the Deputy
.Supeiinlondent of this department.
THE COMPANY IS SOLVENT.
The most satisfactory result appearing iu this report is tbe conclusion
reached thai this great and usclul institution of our State, whose business
interests and relations extend and arc being advanced in nearly every State
of our Union and iu so many of the civilized countries of the world, and
whose policy-holders therein may be named as legion, is beyond all question
solvent, and is the actual owner and possessor of a surplus of available
assets and property exceeding its present liability by the sum of SG,OJS,
ltiG ISli accrued upon its general account, and S8,G70,5SO 50 upon
its Tontine accumulation.
Such a result was one most earnestly desired by this department.
Those interested may be assured that this conclusion is accurate and trust
This examination was made as of June 30th, 1891, and on that dale
we II ml that its assets and liabilities were as follows;
1. Appraised value of ie.il estate owned by tho Company, as
per Exhibit 1 ! 13,225,038 5)
2. Loans on bond and mortgage (first liens') on real estate, ' '
as per Exhibit 2. ...'.:. '. 20,825,-183 G4
3. Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks, or other market
able collaterals, as per Exhibit 3 3,509,500 00
i. Picmium notes, loans, or liens on policies in force, tho ie
serve on each or such policies being in excess of all
indebtedness lliereon as per Exhibit 1 438,808 00
5. Maiket value of bonds, stocks, and securities owned abso
lutely, us per Exhibit 5 75,010,919 92
Oiiblt in Company's oilico
Cash in bank, except fixed deposits
included in item 5
Iutciest due and accrued on bonds
Gross pieiiiiums duo and unreported on policies
doss defened premiums on policies in force. . 1,901,018
Annuity in dniiuins 'uncollected 157,091
Deduct 20 per cent loading on above gross '
amount - 1,100,803
Net amount of uncollected and deferred piomiums 4,013,-153 00
Total assets $120,710,090 01
Net present value of all the outstanding policies iu force
oil tho 30th day of June, 1891, computed according to
tho combined oxporiunee tulilu of mortality, with -1 per
De'duot 'not value of risks of this
otlioi bolvent companies
Nut roinsiliunpo jusorvo
Chums for nmiiiied endowments iiic and ipipiijd....
Claims for death losses awaiting pi oofs , ,,
Amounts due and unpaid on annuity claims
Liability on account of lapsed policies '.
Pioniiiiuis paid in advance
Total liabilities on policy-hohlois' account
Cross sin plus on policy-holders' account
Estimated surplus, n oriied on
thu prmlts upon which tyro espeiall) rescitVd fur that
class of policies
J3, J'stiinatei sirjdis accrued on all oilier olcips
Jt is wt great satisfaction that we tra ablo tq report,
tlhoyo ttinlenieiil, that the Company is perfectly solvent,
Signed, JAMKS F. l'JKUUR, SujtermhwieHt.
"MICHAEL SHANNON, Deputy Superintendent.
Tho Noyy York Insurance Commissioner's Itcport proves that tho NRW YORK LIFE
INSURANCE CO, has a larger Surplus than is clajmod' y any uthr fufefy iiuify'al be
insurance company in the world.
Gaieral AgM (or tbe II mu I lauds,
OF NEW YORK.
T II K
months of nearly $5,000,000.
Times" of January 23d, 1892.
' ' 14,092 00
in foreign countries,
and mortgages -127,210 31
.-...... .ij105,010.32,l Q0
1 10,550 81
. 79,353 J)0
. 1-1,708,075 83
.-J. 120, 1 10,090 01
Toulino or other ioU(ies
. i!Ai,e,-;jii it:
its shown n to