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Will bo roeoived at the oilier of the
l)ouitnienlof Intel iorunlil lSo'cloek
noon, on TUESDAY, the 8th day of
Jlmeli, 1892, for the erection of n
nttikllng on tin- Insane Asylum
Gi oil lids nt I'nliitnii.
l'liius iitul spooillputions are to lip
seen nt tlio olllco of tin1 Snpuilnti'iiil
mil of rublio Winks.
Knell bid must bo iiiTuinpniiieil
with n cortillfil clici'k In tin' Mini of
five (5) percent of the amount of tin.'
bill presented, mode payable to the
order of the Minister of the Inteiior,
which snid cheek will be forfeited to
the lltiwoiiun Government in ease the
bidder shall fail or nogloet to ooeuti'
n written agreement and give the
bond reqniiod for the faithful poi
forinance of said work within six (0)
days after wiitten notice of the award
Is given to him.
All hidei imitft be distinctly eudoised,
"Tender for Insane Asylum Build
ing." Tho Ministei of the Interior does,
not bind himself to accept the lowit
or any bid.
C. N. SPKNCKK,
Minister of the Inteiior.
Inteiior Ollice, Mureh 1, 1892.
Honolulu. H. I., Dee. 2, lS'Jl.
Holders of water privileges, or tho.-e
paying water rates-, are hoi eby noti
fied that the bonis for using water foi
inigation purposes aro fioni (i to S
o'clock a. m., and -1 to 0 o'clock i. M.
until further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
tfupt. Honolulu "Water "Works.
C. N. Sl'KNCEK,
.Minister of the Inteiior.
Pursuant to a le.-olution of the
Legislative Assembly pa.-sod .May -I.
1SS2, the Ihithday of Knmeliainclm
lIf.,Maii;h 17th, will be obi-erved a.-! a
National Holiday, and all (JoveriiKienl
Oilices tiiiuuglioiit the Kingdom will
bo closed on that day.
C. N. Sl'KNCEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Otlice, March 10, 1892.
i- ti fc.
Si n i I $j u j T f i ii
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the bene At of all.
MONDAY, MARCH 7, KS92.
An "important item is that on ba
nana Hour, cut from the Samoa
Times. This is certainly a product
in which Hawaii should be able to
compete with the rest of the tropical
world. With the danger of a glut
in our market for fresh bananas on
the I'acilic Coast, any chance for
working up our sut plus into pie
served articles of export should be
In the opinion of I he Supreme
Court in 1887, on the question put to
it by the Cabinet as to the eligibility
of notaries public to take seats in the
Legislature, the Court declared that
they were not eligible for election.
Should this opinion hold good in an
actual test at law, it ought to have
the effect of giving the seal, in any
case, to the eligible candidate having
the next highest vote to the os:..
whose election is voided. "This is the
rule folluwed'in other countries; for
instance, in the late famous govern
orship contest in Nebiaska. Mr.
lloyd had the luajoiily of votes, hut
his opponent was ghen the seat by a
decision of the Supreme Court of the
State. The judicially declared in
cumbent held the seat some mouths,
until the federal Court decided that
Air. Hoyd was eligible.
A correspondent in this issue ex
presses clearly the common-sense as
pect of tho annexation question,
Thore have been no disinterested
overtures frcin this side. No en
couragement has been otl'ered from
tho other side. There has never
been a candidate, much less a party,
to come fui ward for legislative hon
01 s in this country without taking
care to decline for national auton
' omy in asking for votes. Whatever
the ultimate destiny ol tho islands
may be, it does the country no good
to anticipate ai3 necessity for giving
up its independence Premature
conclusions or action on the part of
Hawaii may, indeed, havo the ieult
of making a desirable solution of tho
p'roblem, in case of u change becom
ing necessary, more diljlciill than if
affairs are allowed to lake their
mei lag ai 1 1
TwVrfi'riaKaeinw 'gii-M iwi'mvnxn.; ( mtntxyi.
SPOILED STAFr' OF Lift,
Erastus Wimati lins an article in
the Noitlt American Review, on "The
Hread of tho Future." lie says:
"The demand has been made for
white bread; fashion call" for it; tho
millers complied. Mcrhanioiil skill
has eoniu to their assistance, and ev
ery part of the wheal which would
tend to darken tlio Hour is being re
moved with a precision and thorough
ness which are simply wonderful.
Hat does this tend to make the bread
b"elter? Does it give the workiugman
a greater return for his bard-earned
lo.'if? Docs Ibis refined milling iiio
ess give to the convalescing invalid,
to the glowing child, nunc stieugtli
and nutriment than did the old-fashioned
dark bread? The iinswoi to
the foregoing questions is decidedly
in the negative. Indeed, on the other
hand, it is impossible to estimate the
injury done by the elimination of the
most valuable constituents of the
grain. A proininentKnglisb physician,
when discussing this question, has
recently, said :
"Wheal and water contain all the
elements necessary for man and for
the hardwoiking man, loo. Where
is the man that can exist on our pre
sent white bread and water? There
is an old joke about doctors being in
league with undertakers; it would
rather appear as if the millers and
bakers were in the doctors' pay, as
if, were it not for them, and for the
white bread they are so zealous in
producing, the doctois would have
less to do. Separating tho bran from
the Hour became fashionable at the
beginning of the present century.
This fashion created the dental pro
fession, which, with its large manu
facturing industries, lias gioivn up
within the last two generations. It
has reached its present magnitude
only because our food is systematic
ally deprived of lime, of baits and
phosphoric acid, the creators of
nerve, bone and tissue, which espe
cially are so signally absent from our
modern white bread."
The essayist in the Review pro
ceeds to say that what is needed is a
reveisal of the opinion which de
mands a white, starchy Hour, and,
further, "a nulling process which
will grind the whole berry of the
wheat lo such fineness that the grain
will not act as an irritant on the
membrane of the stomacK and bow
els." Attempts in the United States
to introduce "a more rational and
digestible Hour" have all "stranded
against the unreasonable demands of
the consumers for white Hour and
bread." A company formed in Lon
don in 1890, however, has --made
gratifying headway in conquering
the unwholesome prejudice in ques
tion. "It was a small beginning,
but the results have been such that,
within a comparatively short space of
time, large numbers of leading
bakers have commenced furnishing
whole wheat meal bread and biscuits
to a rapidly increasing host of con
sumers; sub-companies aie being
formed in the different cities, and
sales have reached an imposing
There is nothing new or pniticu
larly interesting hereabouts. Husi
noss is exceedingly dull and money
Plantation woikis progressing, the
weather having been clear and favor
able for cane hauling. There is a
rumor afloat that Chas. H. Makce is
shortly to resume the management of
the plantation at Waihee. The native
employees are rejoicing thereat, in
ho is very popular amongst them, as
well as the whites in this section.
Arrived at Kaliului, Wednesday,
March 3, brigantino J. D. Sprockets,
Chiislianseu master, P.) days lrom
San Francisco, with an assorted cargo
Sailed tho same day, SJ-niasted
schooner Sadie, Smith master, for
han Francisco with 0G70 bags sugar,
Vessels in port are the Hculnh and
Iv. The former will piobably got
away next Tuesday or Wednesday if
iviiids are favojable, anil the hitler
in about a week or ton days.
Geneiuj health of tho public good.
Waihee, March 5, 1892.
Tho football match between the
Puuuhoii College team and the Ruz
zlethizles or town boys at the new
baseball grounds drew a large at
tendance on Saturday afternoon. The
Punaliou'- tluougli a code of signals
rattled the town boys who were in no
part of tho game "in it." Mr.
Nichols acted as umpire and .Mr,
Then, Richards was leferee. Game
was called at 1 :20 o'clock with Puna
liou lor tho lirst kick. Captain J. Q.
Woods, of the Punaliou, showed
gn-at generalship and the way ho
managed his hoys was a treat. Henry
JJlipai, one of his players, was a host
jn himself. Captain Peik of the op
posing team played excellently, but
his boys need a little more training.
The llrst half of tho gumo ;i(jed 1(J
to 0 In frivor of tho Punaliou. After
j ten minutes rnt the next half wus
I started, and although the Razzledaz
zlos pushed their opponimjs, llioy
had in no part of ibe game a cnniwu
at victory. Game was divided Puna
liou, J)2 ; Razzloduzzle, 0,
When j on want ft Portrait
Enlarged call on Kinu Bros.,
got tliuir price lint and nee
I BaiiipleH. Thoy cuu'b bo beat
Ea.noy lee Hrieks at the "Ellin."
I'm. nieel von at tho Hrunawick.
Oxn b.iy horse has boon impound
ed. C. .1. MrCAieniY hns lots on Lililnt
street for side. !Mf
Tun Hruuswiek are thoonly Billiard
Parlor in town. 0-tf
ItoniioN, Nctviiiuii & Oo. bus an aif
erliseinent to-day lo the thirsty.
Aiti:i: shaving use Cucumber Skin
loiiie. Benson, Smith & Co., Agent-.
SuNiiiniN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Hi'iison, Smith it Co.,
Tiik regular monthly meeting of the
Pioneer building and Loan Associa
tion will be held this evening.
E. S. Cunha would like to employ
a competent, tidy man to drive, etc.,
and make himself generally useful.
Household furniture ueaily new
for sale. Inquire of C. V. Sturdevant,
second house below-the Armory, Bere
uiiiii s ti eel. 11-tf
Marshal Chas. B Wilson bus two
notices of wiit of execution against
Young Hoy on judgments in the
Dm.ictoiM codec and chocolate will
be soived every morning early at tho
Palace Ice Cieuin l'arlors, Ltulwigson,
A Cion, Hotel street. 1-tf
Ui:t your boots and shoes iiiado
mid repaired by the old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L. Touxxies, on East
Hotel slicet. Eiist-elass work, low
pi ices. -1-tl
lr you want good sausage for break
fast or luncheon, the finest sausages
in the Kingdom aro the Celebrated
Cambridge Pork Sausage and Bologna
in.iile at the City Market, Miu.inu
slieet, opposite Queen Emma Hall,
Jos Tinkkk, Prop. 3-lin
Talk is cheap; but we take liberty
to say that wo curry more Hawaiian
and Sanioan Fans in stock than all
othir dealers in the same lino havo
combined stock. Eor different styles
and varieties in material we tiuly
can't be beat. The Curiosity Depart
ment of the "Elite" Ice Cream P.ir
A special banco session was com
menced in the upstairs courtroom of
the Supieme Court this morning at
10 o'clock. Justices on the bench
were Chief-Justice Judd and Associate-Justices
Hickoiton and Dole. The
following cases were aigued and sub
Regina vs. Liu Self, maintaining a
lottery. Exceptions from October
term. Deputy Attorney-General -C.
Creighton for the prosecution ; J. L.
ICaulukou for defendant.
- Regina vs. Apoi, assault. Excel -tions
from November term, 3d oircuit.
Attorney-General Whiting for the
prosecution ; P. Neumann for the
defense. Mr. Neumann stated that
he would withdraw his exceptions and
ask the Court to consider the fact
that the defendant had already seiv
ed four months in jail. The Court
refused to reduce the sentence and
ordeied that, as the exceptions were
withdrawn, the mittimus must go in
M. Rose vs. Administrators of the
bite D. Ivalakaua's estate, damages.
Kxceptions from October term. A
S. Hartwell and W. O. Smith for
plaintiff; F. M. Hatch for defendant
Hartwell road bill of exceptions and
argued. Hatch for defense argued
Ilecia Agiicultural Co. vs. Wm.
Henry, water controversy at Koolau.
Being aigued. C. Brown for plain
tiffs; J. A. ftlagoon for defendant.
THE MAKEE ACCIDENT.
Mention was made in Saturday's
Hui.i.r.iiN of an accident which hap
pened with the steamer James Ma
keo.at Kapaa last week. '1 he partic
ulars are that while an 1 1-ton piece of
machinery was being iransfeired from
tlio steamer lo a scow, the foremast
lo which the hoisting gear was at
tached showed weakness as if going
to break. The maehinery was quick
ly lowered, it being thought that the
falling of the machinery into the sea
would be better than the falling of
the mast and perhaps tho loss of life.
The machineiy was therefore dropped
into the sea, whence it will have lo he
ForThroat and L,ungs
" I have been ill for
Hemorrhage "about five years,
"have had the beat
Flwe Years, "medical advice,
"and I took the first
" dose in some doubt. This result
ed in a few hours easy sleep. There
' ' was no further hemorrhage till next
"day, when Iliad a slight attack
" which stopped almost inunediate
"ly. By the third day all trace of
" blood had disappeared and I had
"recovered much strength. The
"fourth day I sat up in bed and ate
" my dinner, the first solid food for
"two months. Since that time I
"have gracljjally gotten better and
"am now able to move about the
"house. My death was fl$y ex
" piicted and uiy recovery has heea
"a great Mtrprise to my friends and
" the doctor. There can be no doubt
"about the effect of Gertuan Syrup,
"as I JiarJ an attack just preyious to
"its use. The pnly relief was aftbf
"Hie first dose." J.R,. Lououubap,
- x'm tn'iiA1'5&Er:w3
arch 17, 1892
cs : w
1 YACHT HACK 1st Class.
Couiwi:: Stalling from a lino drawn
In extension of the Pearl City whuif,
down the main channel, to the mouth of
tho lmihur, near the reef, taking around
the Make boat; thuneo up tho main chan
nel to tin- lloiioilliull Loeli, up the Hono
ullull I.ooli to ami tacking around a stake
boat at the head of this l.ooh opposite
Ilohhisnn's lauding; thouco out of the
lloiioilliull J.ocli up the main ehatinol,
passing between Ford's Island and tho
Alaiintiii Peninsula, to the wimlwaid nf
Ford's Island; llumee down the channel
lying oast of Ford's If laud making a oir
cuit of Ford's Island; thence to the
point of commencement.
2 YACHT RACE 2d Class.
Coukse: Stalling from a line drawn
in extension of tho Pearl City whaif,
down the main channel, to the mouth of
the harbor, near the reef, tackbiK around
the stake boat; tlicuco up the main cliau
nol, passing between Ford's Island anil
the Mm nana Peninsula, to the windward
of Ford's Island; thence down the chan
nel lyhifr East of Foul's Maml in.iklm!
tliechcuit of Fold's Island; thence to
the point of commencement.
Ysichts will assemble off tho foot of
I.cliua Avenue in Pearl City Peninsula
ill i) A. M.
A preparator gnu will bo Hied on tho
Judge's boat at 'J-.WO A. m. 'I ho starting
Him will bo Hied at 10 a. m. sharp.
The start will be a Hying one; tho
lime of each jaeht being taken as she
oiotses tho line, but no yacht shall bo
allowed mote than ten minutes within
which to start a'ter the signal to stait
lias boon given.
'i line aliowaiR'e one minute to the ton.
Knell yaelit must carry atlicr mainlop
mat head, a distinguishing Hag of a
suitable size, which must not be hauled
down unless she K'vos up the race
Each yacht shall carry during the race
no more than the usual anohois and
chains, which must not bo used as ship
ping ballast or for altering tho trim of
the yacht No bags of shot shall bo on
board and all liah.ist shall be properly
stowed under tho platforms or in lockers
and shall not bo shipped or trimmed in
any way whatever dining tho race.
iso rostiietiou as to quantity of sail.
Couusk; Starting hom a line diawn
in extension of the Pen I City wharf, to
and round a stako boal at the head of
Waiplo Loch, thence lo tho point of
CotJitsi:: Same a- in i ace No. .
N. B. Tho Regatta Races will he
under tho rules adopted by the Hawaiian
Rowing ifc Yachting Association.
In all races, two or more boats must
stait to make a race.
The rowing laces will lake place at 1
o'clock r. m. sharp.
Tlo signal gun will be Hied fiom tho
Judge's sUiud at 1L'::10 o'clock
higiial for the competing boats to as
semble at the stalling line will bo tho
llnng of u gun 10 minutes befoiu tho
stai t of each race.
I- List of entiles will ho open at tho
olllco of the .Sijii:kinii:ni)i:nt of tho
Oauu Railway A; Land Co., until VI
o'clock noon, March lij, 18')2.
Prizes for tho above Races aro now on Exhi
bition at the PACIFIC HlRDWAHE
CO.'S STORE, Fort Street.
TRAINS will leavo Honolulu for Peail
Hui bur ut 7:30, 0, 10, II, It! A. m
and 1, L:i,. and 1:30 i m.
RETURNING will leave IVarl llaihor
for Honolulu EVERY HOUR.
Popular Rates of Fare;
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpiIE ottago on School
1 street at ini'sout occu
pied bv Rev W. II. Harm's.
Pose-siou given Apill 1, 181U. For
pailii'iilars apply to
.'Hil lin AI.KX.J. OARTWRIGHT,
IF you want a First-cluBS Job of Palnt
ni( of any description done, call on
tho I'ructlcid Painter, J. 11. ilKV" only.
Fort stioet 180. P.O. Box 387. Mutual
Telephono C(i2. ' ' J60 ,U
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW TURK.
ltlCIIAIt9 A. M!cdlMlY, I'WKiileni.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy t
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLURS,
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal over offered by any Insurance Company.
HaT" For full particulars applv to
f. irS. I-ffOP'..
1-5)1 General Agont for the Ilnwaiian Inlands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
UUOU MATS. DOUR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality ; leltei ed
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain
Cocoauut Mats, a deairnblc assort
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. tT Call and examine our stock.
Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
Hy order of Mil. V HYMAN I will
tell at Public vuctinu, af my
Salesroom, li i- on stieet,
On SATURDAY, March 2d,
AT IS u'VI.UCIi SOOV,
His Fine Residence
On lvliiK fcStre't.
The Lot has a frontage of 1,"2.." feet on
King street, l.'a 5 foot on Young stioet,
and is 20,.a feet deep.
The IIou-o is one of the Het ISuilt,
Mot Convenient and llandsomo-l Rcm
donces in tho city, and contains Large
I'm lor, 5 I'eilrooins, Hath, Diiiiiigrooin,
I'autiy, Kitchen, etc. Theie arc Largo
Verandas on tlneo Mdes of the IIoum'.
Theie is aNo a Large Atlie which can
i end My bo divided into rooms.
A Laigc Cottage at the rear contains
Servant's Qiiarteis Laundry, U.ith. Sta
ble and Carriage Room.
The Grounds are planted with Flint
Trees and Ornamental Shrubbery. Tho
Walks throughout aro well-built, ensur
ing comfort during wet weather. -
This offers an unusual opportunity to
puiehase the Handsomest ami Mot Con
venient Residence in Honolulu.
fiST For TERMS OF SALE and fur
ther paiiiculais apply to
J AS. F. AIOKG-v,
"01 lOt Auctioneer.
Aqua-Marine Beach Lots!
On MO .V DAY, MnrHi 1Hb,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen stiect, 1 will
sell at Public Auction,
SIX BE 40H LOTS
Ituyond ICn plolinil l'ui'K.
Tli("-o Loth, varying from one-half
to ovoii-ti'utlH of an acio, 1110 ad
vaiitngcriiisily Mtiuitcil, being jut beyond
the I'ark, and lying between tlio'Dia
mond Hi ail load and the sea. Govern
ment wnler K laid on along iho trout, of
tliei' Lots on the load. Tho beach is of .
soft white sand, and the icef is funioii' !
for delicious llsli of vailous kinds, which J
UK! flee. I
Tlio title in feo simple, and terms aro I
cash, or nnu-half ea-li anil tho balance
on uioitgago at 8 pel cent for une or two
yeais. Deeds at tho expense of pur-uliif-eip.
Jfiy- A chart of the Lots is on exhibi
tion at my Salesroom.
fifiy" ThviC Lots aro in u ked by
corner stakes, giving tho nuiiibcis,
J VS. P. MORGAN,
!I51 17t Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
Jewelry & Clocks!
Hy order of FA I KKK & CO.. I will
soil at l'ublio Auction at their Store, No,
;i7 Xiiiuiiiu stieet.
On TIIUltSDAY, March JO,
AT IO O'UMH'lt A. .11 .
TIIICIK KSTIKK STQCK QF
WATCHES mul CLOCKS,
Hfoai Kixlui'CH, ISta, J3W:f
JAS. V. MOllUAN,
357 !U Auctioneer,
Firewood For Sale !
7Kliavo just lecolved a small lot of
Algcroha Firewood which we
offer for sale m lots to suit I'oit cash.
:p tin HUSTACE&CO.
TH E WEEK LYB U LLEtTn
i columns of luteicsilng reading
matters. Mulled to foreign countries,
(D; Islands 94.
P. I). CORSETS
Just Received ti Full Line of I. 1). COUStiTS :tl
:JM w. a
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
' IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZKS.
COME AND SEE THE CORSET WE ARE OFFERING AT
IT CAN'T BE BEAT 1 K Q Q r j IT CAN'T HE BEAT
SUPT. PIERCE'S KEPOKT
w York Life
in Assets during six
Extracts from the "New York
iNsmtAxen Dr.i'AiiTMUNT ok tiik Statu ok Nr.w Yokk,
Albany, N. Y., January 1'Jth, 1892.
Pursuant to statute, anil by request of the Company's Board of
Trustees, the undersigned, Superintendent of the Insm-unee Department
of the State of New York, lias caused an examination of the conditions and
affairs of the New York Life Insurance Company to be made by the Deputy
Superintendent of this department.
" THE COMPANY IS SOLVENT.
The most satisfactory result appearing in this report is the conclusion
readied that this great and useful institution of our State, whose business
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 aB 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,OJJ8,
JiJG 3H accrued upon its general accouut, and S8,G70,53i) SO 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 June 30th, 1891, and on that date
we find that its assets and liabilities were as follows:
Appraised value of ie:il estate owned by the Company, as
per Exhibit 1 ". " $
Loans on bond and mortgage (lirt-t lions) on leal estate,
as per Exhibit 2
Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks, or other market
able colluier.ilh, as per Exhibit, !i
1'iomiiini notes, loans, orliciisim policies in foico, tho ie
soivo on each nf such policies being in excess of all
indeb'ednoss ihoieou iih per Exhibit A ,
M.ukel value of bonds, stocks, and securities owned abso
lutely, as per Exhibit f . . ,
Cash in Company's oilice t
Cosh iu bank, except lixeil deposits in foreign countries,
included in item 5
Interest duo and accrued on bonds and inoitgagcs
(jro.-n picuiiiims duo and unrepiutetl on policies
in force $3,1182,577
Urosb deferred premiums on policies in force.. l,9(il,()18
Annuity premiums uncollected 157,091
13. Deduct 20 per cent loading
14. Net amount of uncollected and
Total assets $120,710,090 04
Not present value of all tho outstanding policies in force
on the 30th day of Juno, 1891, computed according to
tho combined oxp'orioneo tablo of mortality, with 4 per
Deduct net value of risks of this
other bolvcnt companies
Not loinsuraiico losorvo
Claims for inatiicd endowments duo mid unpaid.
Claims for death losses awaiting pionfs
Amounts due and unpaid on annuity claims
Liability on account of lapsed policies.. . . .'
I'leiniiiins paid in advance
Total lialiililjes op polioy-lioliloiV
uioss bin puis on poucy-uoiuoi'ri'
11, Total liabilities 20,710,090'
12, Estiinati biirpliib, accrued on Tontine or other policies,
tho pp ils upon which aro especially resoived for that
olass of policies 8,070,539
13, Estimated Mirplun accrued on all other policies ((,038,131)
It is with great satisfaction that
Huoye suueiuent, iut uie uaiiipuuy Is perfectly solvent.
Signed, JAMES K. l'lKHUE, Superintendent.
MICHAEL SHANNON, Deputy Superintendent.
The New York Insurance Commissioner Report proves that tlin NEW YOKK LIFE
INSURANCE CO. has a larger Surplus than U claimed by any othor purely mutual life
insurance company in the world.
G')i.8iil Ant for the HtWdllio UdiifU
&m dST- rmsr&M
t ii i:
months of nearly $8,000,000.
Times" of January 23d, 1892.
on above gross
deferred premium's 4,013,453 00
Company reinsured iu
, , 402,120
, ' 39,019
wo aiu able to report, as shown jn