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M' , BY AUTHORITY.
lu accordance with the law (Civil
Code, Sec. 309 to 317), I hoieby notify
nil pnrcnts mid guairfians lcsiding
within the District fioin Mnuiialua to
Moanuliiti, who have unvncciuatod
children, to hi ing them to tlu dispon
nuy of thu Ho.ud of Hi'iilth, on King
street, Honolulu, for thu piupnsu of
leooiving gratuitous vsu'cinulion.
IJuViiecituited adults uio ulo noti
fied to come to the above mentioned
place foi thu samu purpose.
Only bovine vnecinu virus will be
used and no other.
The yhysicitin will bo in attendance
at the nboe named place fioin 8 to 10
a. in. and 1 to 2 y. in. every week day,
Saluidny afternoons excepted.
l'aienth and guardians who have
unvooeinatul childiun are liable to a
lint' of Five Uolbus, one-half of which
goes to the nifoiiner. (Sec. 310, Civil
1'iesident Uonid of Health,
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Iloldois of water piivileges.oi those
paying water rates, aie huiehy noti
fied that the hours for using water for
irrigation purposes aie fioin ! to S
o'clock a. ii., and -1 to (! o'clock p. M.
until further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Stipt. Honolulu W nter Woiks.
C. N. Sl'lINCEH,
Minister of the Inteiior.
I'lu-Miaul to it resolution ol tin
Legislative Assembly passed .May -1,
1SS2, the Jin I Inlay of Kaineli.iiiieh.i
I If., M.neli 17th, will lie obscived as :i
National Holiday, and all (!oeiiiinoiii
Olllccs thrnugliout llie Kingdom will
bo closed on tlml day.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, March 10, 1892.
Mr. V. II. Kickard has been un
pointed by thu Board of Education,
School Agent for the district of Ha
tmikuti, Inland of Hawaii, in place of
Dr. C. B. Greenfield, who has re
By oiderjof the Boaid of Educa
tion. "" AV. JAS. SMITH,
Education Ofliee, March 3, 1892.
iS - -3J-
Plttlftd to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1892.
THE ELECTION PROTEST.
If the grounds of the Libuial pro
test against the election of Nobles on
this island aie well taken, then there
has been no legal election of Nobles
since the passage of the election law
of 1888. Thu provisions under
which the protest lias been filed are
the same in the law of -J888 as in
that of 1690, while the ballots in
every election since J 888 have been
identical in form. Sec. -17, Chap
70, Laws of 1888, leads as follows:
Section 17. The ballot for Repre
sentatives shall be of while paper
and the ballot for Nobles of blue
paper. The paper shall be of uni
fonn weight, thickness and of the
same si.ing color. Il shall bear no
woid, motto, device, sign or symbol,
other than allowed by this section,
and shall be so piinled that the type
shall not show a trace on the back.
Besides the name or names to be
voteil for, il shall contain nothing ex
cepting the words "Election for the
year ," the name of llie ollice
and the name of the Division for
Nobles or District for Represent
atives. Provided, however, that at
the gcnctttl election for 1890, the
ballot for Nobles may indicate the
three terms of yeais for which the
Nobles voted for shall servo.
The corresponding section in
Chap. 8G, Session haws of 1890, is
Sec. 5G, and icads us follows:
Section SO. The ballot for Repre
sentatives shall be ot white paper
and the ballot for Nobles of blue
paper. Speciimn ballots shall be of
led or green paper. The paper shall
be of uniform vwiglit, thickness and
of the same si.iug color. 11 shall
bttar no word, inotio, device, bten oi
fejmbol other than allowed by" this
section, and shall be so printed that
the type shall not show a liacuon tho
back. Resides the name or names
to be voted for, il shall contain nothing-
excepting the words, "Election
for the year ," the name of the
ofllce and the name of the Division i
for Nobles or District for Repie
sentatives. And in the tuso of a
bjiecial election il may also contain .
the words specifying the term of the
ollice and also the words "Special
From the foregoing citations from
the laws under which the two last
general elections and several spccinl
elections have respectively been held,
ills clear Hint if the pioicst now
pending hns a legal basis then the
Legislature of 1890 was an illegally
constituted body. The consequences
of such a fact being judicially estab
lished may Tor the present be left
with the lawyers for discussion.
How such a fact could be established
by the language of the law is beyond
comprehension. It may be n hard
ship to Hawaiian voters unwittingly
peipolialed no doubt if il is that
the section does not prescribe that the
allowable words should be printed in
Hawaiian as well as English.
Whether the omission has prevented
any Hawai'an voter fiom voting as
he wished remains to be proved, but
even if pioved it goes no further
than showing a hardship inadver
tently committed. Notwithstanding
biennial attempts made to chance
the rule, the English continues to bo
the binding version wherever, in the
laws, there is un apparent conflict
between it and the Hawaiian version.
In the case of a special election,
moreover, the addition of explana
tory vvoids is only permissive and
HIGHBINDERS IN COURT.
Six Chinese were up in the Police
Court this morning charged with as
sault and battery on a fellow-countryman.
This trial has been post
poned from time to time for soruo
reason. On being arraigned Pak
Cliee, who is a prisoner and appeared
in his uniform, through advice of
Wong Fat, one of defendants, staled
that he was the guilty one and that
none of the olheis participated in the
affair. This statement was taken as
a plea of not guilty, and the others
pleading not guilty the trial was be
gun. Kahtimoku, a principal wit
ness, testified that he had seen Pak
Choc mil across the street into a
stoic on Hotel and Smith stieets and
being suspicious had followed him.
Hearing cries in the room which Pak
Chce had cntcied and noise as if
many were assaulting some one, he
called the assistance of two others
and rushed in. Chow Yee was seen
by the party lying on the floor
covered with blood and water. The
witness supposed that the Chinaman
had been soused in water in order to
stifle his cries. The case is still be
ing heard. The Courtroom was
crowded with Chinese to hear the
P. Neumann and J. L. Kaulukou
assist the prosecution , A. P. Peter
son for defendant.
REPLY OF THE SfcNTINELLA.
The pflilni. Miul administrator of
the Uniao-Lusitana-Havvaiiana, like
the sinking sailor, take advantage of
your kindness to advertise their mori
bund sheet by praising themselves
through your valuable columns.
While wc admit thai canvassing has
been done for a few ads., we deny
having made any statement that the
Uniao's publication was going to be
suspended. We also deny the false
hood that the Sentinella is distribut
ed gratuitously and that the Uniao
has more original reading matter,
although four times larger than
the Sentinella; and, as regaids
being an "anonymous sheet,"
we refer the illiterate (in the
Portuguese language) crowd of the
Uniao to the following notice,
"Proprielario e Responsavcl, J. M.
Teixeira," which leads in English,
"Responsible Editor and Piopnetor,
J. M. Teixeira." Now, Mr. Editor
and the public in geneial, the caase
of all the soreness of the Uniao's
crowd is that a lurge number of its
siibscribeis dropped the sheet when
Us Italian ex-elitor called the Portu
guese colony a pack of foojs for not
voting for the Libciul party.
With tluinks, Mr. Editor, for the
J. HI, Ti:i.kika,
Editor of A Sentinella.
Honolulu, March 1, 1892.
THE SPOILS SYSTEM.
Instead ol blame the Road Board
will earn the piaibo of every true
Hawaiian, if they will but appoint
capable men for the work on the
roads of this city. I for one most
earnestly hope that the Jucksonian
motto, "To the victors belong the
spoils," will not become the estab
lished rule in our little kingdom.
Let the best qualified be cuti listed
with the work, irrespective of paity.
The best men in the United Stales
are trying to throw off the unstatcb
muulike and uneconomical nile ot
putting only paity men into ollice,
irrespective of uieiil.
Civil service refoim is guining
in the United Stales. Lei us not be
behind the limes jn tjiis thing.
Let the business of our kiugdoin
be dono in a business-like manner.
Yours for progiess,
CARD OF THANKS.
Thu bereaved members of tho Lu
cas household wish to convoy their
most fcinccro and heartfelt thanks to
each and all of their kind friends,
who with untiring devotion assisted
at the couth of their lamented father,
and further expressed their sympathy
mid legurd by the muny and beauti
ful lloial tributes at thu last.
KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOL. -
lntrroatlnjt Itrtnn ri-om Itntttllcrntt
The list of Kamchameha graduates
who are now employed as teachers in
various schools in the Kingdom has
had additions since our October issue.
The complete list is as follows:
Samuel Kauhaneof the Kauai Indus
Uiid School; Charles Blako of La
hainaluna Seminary ; Thomas llano
and Solomon Ilauohano of the lloo
kena Government School, Kona, Ha
waii; and Win. O. Crowell of the
Waimea Government School, Waimea,
Our Edison dynamo and storage
battciy are now fairly at work supply
ing Bishop Hall with abundant light.
It is a great accommodation to the
public to have the Museum open one
day each week. Thuisday, Feb. 20,
a laige number of tourists visited the
Mrs. M. L. Cheney of the Pacific
Coa9t Teacher's Agency made us a
brief call recently. She left us the
promise of the Overland Monthly for
the reading room.
We hnve received through the
courtesy of Messrs. Ripley and Rey
nolds a copy of the California Archi
tect for December last containing a
double-page illustration of residences
in Honolulu. Wo notice John Waia
mau's name on the illustration, show
ing that he had a share in the draught
ing. The new swimming tank is rapidly
approaching completion. Tho rainy
weather iu vacation set it back not a
Our Glee Club Concert was well
received by the public. It netted
During the vacation, some of the
boys who remained at the school
learned to play chess. They vote il
a better game than checkeis.
If the base-ball season docs not
open until the last of June, it is quite
probable that the Kamehamchns will
be obliged to withdiaw from the
Budge says he doesn't want to live
on a coral island atoll.
The same youth thinks it would be
gieat fun some Fourth of July to
have a Chinese steamer touch off the
"Well," said the Rug, "What aie
you after now?" To which the Um
biella replied, as be folded himself
up in the corner, "Why, after the
ram, you goose."
BAFFLED THE CABMAN.
Tulil HI in II (Should Ilavn to Flu-lit
for IIIm Fare. -
Mr. Walter Besant tells the follow
ing story of a disputed cab fare:
"A friend of mine drove from Pica
dilly to some place in the suburbs
outside the radius. On getting down
lie tendered to the driver three shil
lings and six pence, which was a lit
tle over the proper fare. The man,
however, wanted five shillings. The
passenger refused. 'I'd like to fight
you for it,' said the driver. 'The
very thing,' cried my friend, who had
never in his life put on a boxing
glove, and was almost as ignorant as
.Mr. Pickwick even of the fighting
atiitude. 'The very thing! Capital!
We'll have the light in the back
garden ; my brother will look on,
hold the stakes, and see fair play.'
"The cabman got down slowly.
'I was pleased,' continued the nar
rator, Ho discover that he appeared
almost as much afraid as I was my
self, perhaps if that was possible
evin mpre. He followed into the
back garden, where there was a
lovely little bit of turf, quite large
enough for practical purposes. I
placed my five shillings in my
brother's hands, took off my coat
and waistcoat, and rolled up my
sleeves, all with an appearance of
cheerful alacrity. 'Now, my friend,
I said, 'I am ready as soon as you
"The anxiety of the moment was,
I confess, very great j but it de
creased as 1 watched the man's face
express successively all the emotions
of bounce, surprise, doubt, hesita
tion, and abject cowardice'. 'No,'
lie said, 'gimme the three-and-six;
I know your tricks, both of you
I've been done this way before !'
And so, grumbling and swearing, he
drove away." London Exchange.
Fancy Ieo Bricks at tho "Elite,"
I'll meet you at tho Brunswick.
C. J. McOaiuhy has lots on Liliha
street for s;do. 3-tf
Tin: Rrnnswick aru ijioonly Billiard
l'arlors in town. (J-tf
Aktku shaving uxo Uiiitiinibur Skin
Ionic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
Suniidiin relieved nt oncu by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents. . 1-tf
Tiik collage on School street now
occupied by Kov. W. II. Barnes h of
fered for lent.
Tiik lino residence of M. Hyman,
on King street, will bo sold it auction
by J. F. Morgan on March 20.
Dm.icioiih coil'ee and chocolate will
ho served every uioinuig eaily at tho
1'ulut'o Ico Cieiiui Parlois, Ludwigs-on,
& (Iron, HolcJ jjlieel. 1-tt
(1i:t your boots and shoes nimju
and icpaircd by tho old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L. Toonnies, oil East
JfntcJ stieet. Fiisi-class wink, low
in ices. ).ti
Tliu befit (Jiing1 U Hpml tf)
your JViniuIp abroad fs Jiig
Bros.' JJJiiHtrutwl Houyunir
of Hawaii, v!lc)i js gotten
lip lor tjio jMirpoHo juul Is
not an advertisement,
Those who have not
used Boschee's Ger
man Syrup for soma
severe and chronic
trouble of the Throat
and LutmS can hard
ly appreciate what a truly wonder
ful medicine it is. The delicious
sensations of healing-, easing, clear
ing, strength-gathering and recover
ing are unknown joys. For Ger
man Syrup we do uot ask easy cases.
Sugar and water may smooth a
throat or stop a tickling for a while.
This is as far as the ordinary cough
medicine goes. Boschee's German
Syrup is a discovery, a great Throat
and Lung Specialty. Where for
years there have been sensitiveness,
pain, coughing, spitting, hemorr
hage, voice failure, weakness, slip
ping down hill, where doctors aud
medicine and advice have been swal
lowed and followed to the gulf of
despair, where there is the sickening
conviction that all i5 over and tho
end is inevitable, there we place
German Syrup. It cures. You are
a live man yet if you take it.
March 17, 1892
1 YACHT KACE 1st Class.
CouitSE, (to be published later.)
2 YACHT RACE 2d Class.
CoimsK, (to be published later.)
Yachts will assemble off the loot of
Luliiia Avenue in Pearl City Peninsula
at !) A. M.
A pieparatory gun will be llred on the
Judge's boat at !t30 a. m. 'I he starting
gun will bo fired at 10 a. m. sharp.
The start will be a llylne one; the
time of each yacht being taken as she
oiosses tho line, but" no yacht shall bo
allowed more than ten minutes within
which to start a'tcr the signal to stint
hab been given,
Time allovvauee one minute to the ton.
Each yacht must carry at her inalntop
mast head, a distinguishing Hag of n
suitable size, which must not be hauled
down unless she (jives up the race
Each yacht shall carry duiing the we
no more than llie usual anchois and
chains, which must not bo used as ship
ping ballast or for alteihig the trim of
the yacht No bags of shot shall be on
hoard and all ballast shall he piopeily
stowed under the platforms or hi locl.ers
and shall not be shipped or trimmed in
any way whatever dining the lace.
.No lestrietlonjis to quantity of sail.
:i SIX-OARED IJOATS-
Comtsi:, (to be published later.)
1-FOUIUOARED ROATS Sliding
Couiisk, (to ho published lat-r.j
N. II. Tho Kegatta Races will 1m
under the rules adopted by tho Hawaiian
RovyhiR & yachting Association.
Ill all races, two or nim-. Iwmrc i.i.ioi
stilt to make a race
Tho rowing races will lake place at 1
o'clock i. M.shaip.
Tho signal gmi will ho fhed from tho
Jtidgo's stand at 12:0 o'clock
Signal for ho competing boats to as
semble at tio staitlpg lino will bo tho
II' nig of a gun 10 minutes bcfoiutlio
start of eaoh i.ico,
Ifflf Mht of entries will bo open at the
Olllcil of tho MU'KUINTKKItKNT Of llie
Oaii u Railway & Land Co., until V2
o'clock noon, Maieh IS, 18')2.
Prize for tho above Races are now on Exhi
bition at Iho PACIFIC IhRDWARE
CO.'B STORE, Fort Streot.
TRAINS will leave Honolulu forlV.nl
Harbor at7:3, !, 10, 11, 12 a. m
and.l.a, a, ajjil 4i30 j;. m.
RETURNING! will leavo Pearl Harbor
for Honolulu EVERY HOUR.
Popular Batotj of Ftjret
50c BOUND TIP-50C
TliE mmi LiFE FRANCE 00.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0L1 ARS,
Its Now Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insuiancc Company.
tST For full particulars appv to
W. fc$. 1-5 ! -'.,
1"'J1 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
By older of Mil. M. HYMAN 1 will
sell at Public Auction, a' my
Salcsioum, Queen stieet,
On SATURDAY, March .
AT l )!. Otlll XOOS,
His Fine Residence
On JClllB 8ll'ul.
The Lot has a fi outage of 15'J.n feet on
Kinjr streel, 1B2 0 feet on Younc: stieet,
and Is L'!).!.:i feet deep.
The House is one of the lle-t Hullt.
Most Convenient ami Hnudsoiuo-t Resi
dences in tho city, and contains Largo
Parlor, 5 Bediooins, Hath. Dhilngrooin,
Pantry, Kitchen, etc. Theie aie Lugo
Verandas on thiee f-hles of the IIoum:.
Theieisalso a I.u.:e A tile which can
icadily be divided lulu looms, "
A Large Cottage ai the iciir contains
Servant's Quintet c, I aundry, Bath. Sta
ble and Carriage Rojui.
The Grounds aio p' m ted with Fiuit
Tiecs and Ornamental Mmihucry. Tho
Walks throughout ai- well-built, ensur
lug comfort during v et w cither.
This offers an unusual oppoitunlty to j
puictiasotuc Handsomest and Most Con
venient Residence hi llonohi'u. I
8ST For TERMS OP SALE and fur- '
tlier paitlculais apply to
JAS. F. MOKG W,
Ml 10t Auctioneer.
Hy older of ,G. Trousseau, Adminis
trator, with the will annexed of His lute
Majesty Kalakaua, 1 will sell at Public
Auction, nt niySalc-i ooin, Queen istiuct.
On SATURDAY, March X,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON",
LAUD AT A1EA, EWA, OAHU,
Royal Patent 785; Royal Patent 287(i. 1
37-100 aeies, and Royal Patent 705, i
acre, 8 chains and 3;t-100. Deed from
J S. McGrevv and wife, Liber 70, Folio
2!)l 0-0 aero subject to lease to .1.
Humphieys; rent 10 per annum; ex
phesSept. 1, 18!)0.
KT This will be offered at an up'-et
TERMS CASH. Deeds at purchaser's
3S-I 8t Auctioneer
Aqna-Marine Beach Lots !
On MONDAY, .March 14.1 li,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen stieet, 1 will
hell at Public Aiietlon,
SIX BE ItH LOTS
JJoyond Ituplolunl rmic.
Tln'.so Lot-, vjiylin; fiom one-half
to Fiovcii-tcnthi, of an neie. urn ad
vantageously situated, helngjust beyond
the Park, ami lylnjr between the Dia
mond lb ml load and the sea. Govern
ment water Is laid pn nlonj; the front of
thesu Lots on tho toad. Tho bunch Is of
soft white sand, and the leef is famous
for delicious fish of various kinds, which
Tho title is feu simple, and terms are
ciihh, or ono-half cash and tho bahineo
on inoitL'iiire at 8 nurcent for one or two
years. Deeds tit tho expense of pili-
Br A chart of the Lots is on exhibi
tion at my Salesroom.
flST'Theso Lota nro marked hv
corner stakes, giving tho niuubeis.
J VS. F. MOltGAN,
Ilfil 17- Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
Jewelry & Clocks!
By oidur of FAl KEE & CO.. I will
sell at Publlo Auction at their Stoic, No,
!I7 Niiuauii Mieet,
On THURSDAY, March 10,
AT lO O'DI.UUK .1. .11 .
THKIR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Hi ai Plate! Jewelry,
rATOIIES uud CLOCKS,
Store Fixtures, Etc., J2tc.
JAS. P. MOltGAN,
S57 Ut Auctioneer.
yiifm you want it Portrait
Enlarged p7il qu KIuk Rron.,
gt their price list and' wo
Bainnles. Tkoy can't be beat.
P. D. CORSETS
Just Kn'rivnl ii Pull Lino or V. D. C'OJISUTK at
104 Fort tot reel, Honolulu.
KRjjEAJtpM j fSjJff)yj
vlffl I rSJ IJ
ii if mill v vfiii i vv
IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZES.
COME AND SEE THE CORSET WE ARE OFFERING AT
IT CAN'T BE BEAT ! 5 0 O T S . IT CAN"r 1JR BEAT !
SUPT. PIEECE'S REPORT
I: Gain in Assets during six
Extracts from the "Now York
New York Lit
Insurance Dwautment of the Stati; of New York,
Albany, N. Y., January 19th, 1892.
Pursuant to statute, and b.y 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
Supciintendent of this department.
THE COMPANY IS SOLVENT.
The most satisfactory result appearing in this report is the conclusion
reached thai this great and useful institution of our "Slate, whose husiness
interests and relations extend and are being advanced in nearly every State
of our Union and in 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 llie actual owner and possessor of a surplus of available
assets and properly exceeding its present liability by the sum of G,Otf8,
13G '.Hi accrued upon its general account, and 8,070,539.50 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
worthy. This examination was made as of Juno 30th, 1891, and on that date
we find that its assets and liabilities were us follows 1
1. Appraised value of teal estate owned bv the Company, as
pei Exhibit 1 if 13,225,038 fill
1. Loans on bond uud mortgage (first liens) oi) real estate,
as per Exhibit 2 20,825,483 G4
3. Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks, or other market
able collaleias, as per JSxhibit 3 3,509,500 00
1. l'jomiiim notes, loans, orlieuson policies in force, tho le
borvo on each of such policies being in excess of all
indebtedness thereon as pur Exhibit -1 438,808 00t
5. Jlaikel value of bonds, stocks, aud securities owned abso
lutely, as per Exhibit 5 75,010,949 92
0. Cash in CompanyV olliuo 1-1,092 00
7. Cash in bank, except fixed deposits in foioign countries,
included in Hem fi 2,010,09-1 52
H. Interest due and accrued on bonds and mortgages '-127,210 31
J. Gross premiums duo and unreported on policies
, infoice !f3,082,577
10. Gioss deferred premiums on policies in foico . 1,901,018
11. Annuity pioniiuins uneollected 157,091
12. Total $5,804,310
13. peduct 20, per cent loading on above gross
14. Net amount of uncollected and deferred promiunis 4,013.453 00
i , '
T-otu) assets , . . ,$12(,71O,09fj 04
1. Net present value of all tl)o outstanding policies in force
on the 30 tli day of Juno, 181)1, computed uccordjng' to
llie coinl'inel experience table of mortality, with 4 per
cent, interest. $105,010,324 00
i.. Deduct not value of risks of this Company reinsured ii)
other solvent companies -102,120 00
3. Not rcinsiiianco lusorvo 101 GQH.HJl 00
4. Claims forniatmed endowments duo and imimiil '39,019 Of
a. Claims for death losses awaiting proofs. ..,...,,.- 090,507 Q0
0. Amounts due and unpaid on annuity uhiiinB 1 10,550 81
7. Liability on account of lapsed policies 138,481 00
8. Piemiuins paid in advanco 70,353 00
j). Total liabilities on policy-holders' account .$100,002,014 81
10. Gioss sin plus on policy-holdora' account 14.708.075 83
11. Total liabilities l:6,M,u'j6 til
11. intimated sui pins, accrued on Tontine or other policies,
tho profits upon which are especially received for that
class of policies 8,070 539 CO
13. Estimated surplus accrued on all other policies. ..!!.!!! fii038,13G 33
It is witli great satisfaction that we are nhle to report, as shown in the
above statement, that the Company is perfectly solvent.
Signed, JAMBS I' 1'IERCK, Superintendent.
IICI1AEL SHANNON, J)epi,t 5rjK,cei(.
iucm.NW Yrk ln,urance Commissioner's Report provet thai tho NEW- YORK' LIFE
NSUHANCE CO. hat a largor Surplus than Is claimed by any olher purely mutual Ufa
insurance company In fho world. .
IjuLerd jltjent lor thg liawiiju I&lauds,
OF NEW YORK.
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months of nfiarlv Sfi.OOfl.flOO.
Times" of January 23d, 1892.
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