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Mr. H, II. Hrown 1ms this day been
appointed Commissioner iif 1 livuie
Vays nml Water Rights for tl Iiis
irlol of mio, Island of Hawaii, vice
Juo. T. Hrown, leagued.
G. X. SPENCHtt,
Minister of the lntcuoi.
Interior OflW, Marcli S, lSDi.
Mr. John Stupphbecti Inn ilu il:i
l)C0li foiiiinisfioiitil us lnpi'(Ut of
"tforosetio Oil foi tin- Collection Dis
trict of Hilo.
11. A. V11)12MANN,
Minister of Finance.
Finance Department, March S, '02.
HoNouil.ii. II. I., Hoi-. 2, lbOl.
Holders of wt it privileges, or those
pitying water rates, are heitby noti
fied tliul tin1 hours fur tisine; water foi
irtigntion purposes are fmni (! to S
o'clock .. ji., nml 1 to 0 oVlui'k r. i.
until futthei notice.
Sitpl. Honolulu Vmtei Work?.
0. N. Sl'HNCKIt,
Minister of tho Interior.
r j .'.
k laS J&uTItrfhi
fieitgrd to icit.'m Srct nor farty,
Hut rstablitiirj tor the brnrit o nil
WKDNKSDAY, MARCH 9, 1S02
There aie items still "Oing the
rounds of the Amurii'uti pros, stat
ing that l'lincc-ss Kaiulani who is
incorrectly called the "heir presump
tive" instead of the "heir apparent"
is ?oing to finish her education at
"N'olleslcy College. An item from a
lloston letter has heen seen in sev
eral pnpeis, saying the Princess will
probably be populai at Wellesley,
"for she seems happily unconscious
of her future greatness, and, how
ever loyal they arc to democratic in
stitutions, there is in every American
girl's inner consciousness a secret
fascination for royal titles." Pro
bably so if she were going there, but
bhc is not.
The New Yoik Herald comments
at length on the report of the late
cable survey by the Albatioss, speak
ing of the great depressions in the
ocean bed sounded on the route, and
.Nevertheless, it is pi estimable that
a more pioinising portion of the
Eastern Pacific for the quiet and sale
repose ol an electiic wiie may be
found eilhei in much higher or lower
latitudes than those travel -cd by the
Albatross. As hei lecent soundings
for a cable loute were not cot. elusive,
this gocrnment cssel is to ue forth
with despatched to inn a nu line on
the great circle loute from Point
Concepcion, Cal., to the island of
Hawaii. Just why Point Concepcion
is chosen as a staitiug point in the
new suney is not obvious. But as
the whole seaicli for a cable route is
necessarily vuiy much like giopiog
in the dark there may be no objection
to making the next attempt from tins
It would b'j only light, as well as
in keeping with the custom in cities
elsewhere, to keep the way clear for
important processions or parades.
Carriages and above all drays tliould
not be allowed to crowd to the front
on such occasions, impeding the pro
cessionists or paiudci'-s, as well as en
dangering life and limb of the ciowds
on foot. It waw disgraceful, for in
stance, yesteiday morning to have a
liekely mule cart hack into a com
pany of tutillery at the naval ptuadc.
The public has the chief tight to the
structs, it is tine; but on an occa
sion like that of yesterday morning,
or the funt'ial of a notable peisonagi',
the majority oi the public interested
consists either of the spectators lin
ing the bticots or ol the persons tuk
ing an actual part in Hie event, or
both combined. Where theie arc
Qthoi thoroughfares open to carriages,
trucks and saddle horses, by which
they 'can puroiio their way, thoy
ought to be excluded from the route
of a procession or thogioiiiid occu
pied by a paiadc.
If the latest reports fiotn Hawaii j
ate correct, it would seem that the j
party favorable to the interests of the
United States bad liiumphcd in thu
recent elections, (irc.it Knlaiii has
undoubtedly done everything possi
ble to bliciuitliiu its hold upon those
islands. The strategic importance
of this "crossioad of the IVilio"
has long appealed to the Knghsh. and
that nation has lost no opportunity
to turn the friendly iclatlons that
exist between it and the Hawaiian
Islunds into something stiongcr. liul
the United States, too, has u strong
W.w.-aV- fM. -- -fc
ltoht tipoii tilt! Hawaiian people. The
commercial and political interests of
the two countries arc allied, and no
attempts, of, a nation actoss the sea
can wiest the Ilawaiians from friend
ly relations with us.!'
The foregoing is fiom the Boston
Journal of Fehttinry 20. It is re
tuarknblo that so wcil'coiidiiclcd n
journal should deal in such stale
notion as that representing (lieat
Hritniti to be engaged cither In
strengthening her hold upon these
Islands or endeavoring to weaken the
friendly relatione betweeti the United
Slides nml this country. There was
a time long ago -Alien the British
policy might have tiiisweted to such
a description, but if such is the case
lo-diij it is the best-concealed piece
of international statecraft existing
on the face of the earth.
HAWAII'S RECENT ELECTIONS.
.1. I. i Jill ii in ol lliiniiliilii Hujh the
ItfHiill Is a Vlctoij lot-III.' ((iiim'ii.
Chicago Tillies, Feb. 20
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Graham, form
erly ol Honolulu and now of New
York city, weic at the Hotel Hichcliuu
yesterday en rou..c Iroin San Fran
cisco east. Accompanying them
weic a son of Muj. Comwell, who
has just been returned to the Hawai
ian legislature, and W. II. Coney,
Mrs. Graham's brother, who has
been sent to this country to be edu
cated. Mis. Uiuluim is a native of
the islands, a personal friend of thu
queen, and a member of one of the
few remaining noble families. "On
the train coming to Chicago," said
Mr. Graham, "we received a tele
gram from Mr. Spreckels, who is
now in San Francisco, giving us in
brief the private advices he had con
cerning the election which took place
on the islands one week ago Tuesday.
The result is a clear victory for the
conservative paily, the nobility, and
the ipieen. Samuel Parker, the
piest ul piemier, has been returned
and this will lie the most gratifying
part to all our ft lends.
Wilcox and Ashford were elected,
it is true, but "Wilcox always is and
neither ol them counts tor anything
at all. The little Hurry which such
men occasionally laise is made much
of in American papeis, but such
things iccchc no attention at Hono
lulu. In a gcncial way the election
is just the same in its results as
though the republican party should
be retained in power at Washington
in your coining election. I expect
shortly to read the usual account of
a revolution under the leadership ot
some of the defeated parly. Don't
believe any such thing if it gets into
print. 1 presume the fact that there
is no cable to Honolulu permits the
garbled way in which Hawaiian news
reaches American readers. The very
day on which the Ameiican pi ess an
nounced the death of the queen she
was driving with Mrs. Giuliani at
Honolulu. The queen is not likely
lo die soon and even should she the
inonaichy would not end. The heir
appnrent is certain to sit on the
throne, with a safe and strong con
scnative party in power behind her."
hawaHan Stamps forced.
'I'll '! I.iiihIoii Nli'lllp Dculi'lN llnr
luii riKiiixnnd Itnii'H anil I'lir.
Ililll'N Ml'IK-l. Oil'
The American Journal of Philately
for January contains a report of the
trial in the Thames Police Court,
London, of three men charged oil
remand with "conspiring with other
persons, by means of false pretences
and subtle devices, to defraud a
number of poisons."
A detective olllcer gave evidence
of the results of a search warrant
executed on the piemises of Benja
min and Saipy. He found theienn
millions ol stamps, chemicals and
tools. Henry Thomas Pauncefoit, a
Vi'inter and engraver, testified to
having filled an order tor 1000 stamps
each in blue and cai mine, for Jef
freys, a clerk and thud defendant,
lie did not know for what purpose
the stamps were intended thought
it was for something ecclesiastical.
(Laughter.) Both weic Sandwich
George Frederick Clayton, a post
nun in the seiviceol the I'ostinasler
Geueral, gave evidence of having
sold stamps for Jeflreys. He had
agieed lo puy money back lo one
dealer on learning that the stamps he
had sold him were not geiupiie. The
slau ps shown in court had hi en
niaiked, in v.irious ways to counter
feit having been used in the mails.
Stamps of other countries and ot the
Postal Union were shown to have
been coiiuieifeitoil by the gang. The
prisoners were remanded.
CHARGE OF MAYHEM.
James I. Holt was anesled yester
day .mil dunged with jointing Sec.
IS of chapter U of the Penal Code
which reads as follows: "Whoever
with malicious intent to maim or dis
llgiuc or mutilate, shall cut out or
maim the tongue, put out oi destroy
an eye or tear oft an ear, cut or slit
or mutilate the nose or lip, or des
tioy or disable any limb, member
or bodily oigan of another, shall be
punished by a line not exceeding one
thousand dollars and imprisonment
at hard labor not exceeding ten
years " The complainant, Samuel
KiiuIiii. shuns a slit nose which he
ayb huh cut by J. P. Holt. The
defeudaut was arraigned belore
Police Justice Foster but was not
read)' to plead.
The case will be heard torinorrow
by consent. V. V. Ashfuid will (is
hist the prosecution, Samuel Ivaahii,
the complainant, is under arrest also
lor assault and bat' cry on V. Holt.
This latter assault will piesumahly
he set up a the defense to the charge
of alleged mayhem. The fracas oc
THE DISTINGUISHED VISITOR.
H r r.iluln Arnold I'.nti'rlniiiitt While
In Hniinliilu nml Itccclvt'rt hi the
Sir Edwin Arnold, tho distingn-.
ished author, poet and journalist,
whoso landing in Honolulu was men
tioned in yesterday's Bt't.t.KTtN, wns
entertained with two traveling com
panions by Hon. W. G. Irwin during
the steamer Belgic's stay in pott.
'1 he other gentlemen were Mr. Joseph
Grant of San Fianeisco an old
friend of Mr. Irwin's and Mr.
Summers of New York.
Mr. Irwin entertained the visitors
nt his tesidence to luncheon, after
waid driving them to Kapiolnni Park
and up Nuttanu Avenue, and lo din
ner at the Hawaiian Hotel. Through
the courtesy of His Excellency
Samuel Pinker, an audience was nr
nnged with Her Majesty nt Wash
ington Place, whore a half hour's
pleasant chat was held. Sir Edwin
I expressed himself afterward as high
ly delighted with our Queen's charm
, iug manner and address. The party
also visited Iolnni Palace and, after
a pleasant steam excursion by moon
light on the harbor, the distinguish
ed visitor and friends were escorted
i u board the Belgic at 1 a. m. Sir
Edwin on bidding his entertainer
farewell expiessed himself as delight
ed with Honolulu and said he hoped
lo pay us a prolonged visit at no dis
I'm. meet you at the Brunswick,
C. J. McCahiiiv has lots on Liliha
street foi sale, H-tf
Tin: Biunswiek aie theonly liilliaid
I'.ulois in town. (i-if
Aitkic shaving use Cucumber Skin
'I nine. Beiicoii, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sr.sMitutN iclievcil at once by Cu
i umber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Houhi:iiou) furniture nearly new
lor sale Inquire of C. V. Sturdevunt,
si eiiiul house below the Armory, Beie
luiii.i stieet. :(-tf
Di:i,li'ioi!s coil'ee anil chocolate will
In- set veil eveiy morning early at tlTe
Palace Ice Cie.im Pailois, Liulwigtcn,
.t Cum, Hoi el street. 1-tf
(Si.r youi boots anil shoes made
mill repaired by the old W.iiluku
shuemiikei, L. Touxxins, on Ktist
Hotel stieet. Filsl-class woik, low
Ir you want good sausage for bre.ik
f.ist or luncheon, the finest sausages
in the Kingdom aie the Celebrated
(Jnmbiiilge l'ork Sausage and Bologna
in.ule 'it the City Market, Xiituuu
stieet, opposite Queen Emma H.dl,
Jos TiNKKit Prop. U-lui
'I ai.k is cheap; but we take libeity
lo s.iy that we carry more Hawaiian
.mil Samoan Fans in stock than all
oilier dealers in the tame line have
combined stock. Foi ilillei out styles
.mil varieties in material we truly
can't be beat. The Curiosity Depart
ment of the "Elite" Ice Cream Par
There is no danger fiom whooping
cough when Cluunbci Iain's Cough
Itemedy is freely given. It liquefies
the lough, tenacious mucus and aids
in its expectoration. Ii also lessens
the severity and frequency of the
paroxysms of coughing, and insures
a speedy recovery. There is not the
least danger in giving it to children
or babies, as it contains no injurious
substance. .)0 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Picture Frames made to
order from latest styles of
mouldings. Henovation of
old pictures a specialty
Here is an Incident from the South
Mississippi, written in April, 1890,
just after the Grippe had visited that
country. "Iain a farmer, one of
those who have to rise early and
work late. At the beginning of last
Winter I was on a trip to the City
of Vicksburg, Miss., where I got well
drenched in a shower of rain. I
went home and was soon after seized
with a dry, hacking cough. This
grew worse every day, until I had
to seek relief. I consulted Dr. Dixon
who has since died, and he told me
to get a bottle of Boschee's German
Syrup. Meantime my cough grew
worse and worse and then the Grippe
came along and I caught that also
very severely. My condition then
compelled me to do something. I
got two bottles of Gentian Syrup. I
began using them, and before taking
much of the second, bottle, I was
entirely clear of the Cough that had
hung to me so long, the Grippe, and
nil its bad effects. I felt tip-top and
have felt that way ever since."
Ptbr J. Bui ,u.s, Jr. , Cayuga, llines
Co., Miss, q
4 COMPETENT. Tidy Man to lake
rv cth of lieiM's noil can luges, dilvo
ami make himself geiieially useful. A
good home nml wage. Nouu but the
aboe ii ed apply Apply to
tlflllw E. S. CUNII .
I HE unilernigiied gives notice that lie
will not be icspon'lblu for any
debts coiiti tided by whoiiisooHsi' In his
naiuc without his wiitten consent.
Ilnuojulu, Miwch 7, 1P1U. tail lw
Whon you wapir si Portrait
Enlarged cull on Kintr $nH.,
gel their pilco lint and see
Htiinplca. They can't he beat.
y IIQft v
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO, L'6,
DOOR MATS. DOUR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality ; lettered
"Alolm," "Welcome," and plain
Cocoauut Mats, a desirable assort
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. J8S5" Call and examine our stock.
Auction Salos by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Jewelry & Clocks!
By order of KAl KEK & CO., 1 will
sell at Public Auction at tholr.Stoie, Xo.
H7 Kiuiiiiiti street.
On TliUKSDAY, March 10,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .11 .
TIlKIIt KNTIUE STOCK OF
WATCHES ami CLOCKS,
Store Fixtures, Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On WEDNESDAY, Mar. 10,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
At the Residence of Mr. 0 Beii'-cn, No.
ill liureltiiila s-tioet near Nimiinu, I will
sell at Public Auction, the Household
Velvet HolsleM Lbbbih,
E'isv Chairs. Koekers
Laige Carpet. Jtugs.
Hanging Lamp, Cuitainv,
B, W. Marb'etop Bedroom Set,
Pine Ik'thuom Set,,
I Winthiop Stove. Ktt, V.tv.
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
Aqua-Maiine Bead Lots!
On MONDAY, March 1-lth,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen stieet, I will
sell at Public Auction,
SIX BE&CH LOTS
JJeyoiiil Iviiplolanl lurlc.
These Lot., varying from one-half
to fcuveii-teiilhs of an neio, aie tul
vantiifreously situated, beine;jiit beyond
the Park, ami lying between the. Dia
mond Head load and the sea. Govern
ment water is laid on along the front of
thee Lots on the load. The beach is of
soft white sand, and the leef is famous
for (iclieious 1Kb of ailims Kinds, which
The title is fee simple, and terms aie
cash, or one-half eu.li ami th" balance
on mortgage at 8 pvieent for one or two
ycsiis. Heeds at the expeime of pur
chasers. JtoT A eliait of the Lots is on exhibi
tion at my Mile-ioom.
flr These Lots ate milked by
comer Makes, giving the muubeis.
J VS. F. MOKGAN,
:ifil l"t Auctioneer.
MONEY TO BUI I.D HOMES.
II' you have a lot, i will build you a
bouse, and furnish thu money on
easy term. J. L. MEYICIt,
11)0 Foil sited.
Mutual Tel. CC'J; P. O. Ilox 1187.
ANNUA iu M EETI N G.
THi; legnlar annual meeting of thu
Hawaiian Fiuit & Turn Co will be
held at their oflleu lu Walluku, Maul, on
SATUHUAY. Miiieli :. M)-. :,t lo
! o'clock a. m. XV. II. DANIELS.
a 15 Wt Sceietnry H. F ic T. Co.
GIVE. I. L MfcYKK tho Painter a cull
mid have your Paper Hanging done
promptly ami neatly. 130 Fort btiei-t.
P. O llox H87. Mutual Tulenbnno
COTTAGE TO LEV.
ri"WIE ( oltago on .School
X stieet at present occu
pied by Kev V. 11. Humes.
Possession given Apiil 1, 18!)2. For
piutlculiu's upplv to
Jlill Hn ALKX..I. QAlt'nvmflHT. -
'pVO Xlcely Furnished
JL Jtooms centrally located.
Ennnho liui.i.irriN 6lllee.
For Moulding, Frames,
Pastels, Allotypes, Photo
gravures, Etchings and
everything in the line of
pictures, g0 to King Bros.,
iT-s " -
MUTUAL LIFE INSURAUCE OQ.
KlUHAltit A. ftet'llKMY. rrenldo?.!.
Sssues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It Ima paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D01.1 ARS,
Its New Distribution Policy is tho mo3t liberal ever offered by any Insurance Coinpanx.
fey Kor full particulars apply to
'! fltltifirnl A (TMtil tnr (Iwi 1 1 n ttn ! lit ti tuln tif In
nwt'iix jp fn tm
March 17, 1892;
1 YACHT RA''
Couu.i::-St:iitiuu f m a line ihawn
in cxiuiihion of iIr- fc-til Cilv whaif,
down the main chiiniK I to the mouth of
the h u bur, near the in . tsikinj; aiiitunl
the stake boat; thence up the main chan
nel to th" llunoiilhtli Lo. Ii. up the llono
lllhill Loch to and tackimr around a take
boat at the head of this l.och opposite
Itobinson's landbif;; thence out of the1
JIoiioiiliuH Loch up the in tin eh umcl. .
lia-dns between KoidV Maud and iIk
.Maiitiuii Peninsula, to the wiudwaid of i
Ford's Island; thence down the channel
lying eat of Four bland making a cir
cuit of FoidS Island; thence to the
point of coininunceiiicut.
2 YACHT KACK 2d Ci.as.s.
Coi'ltsi:; Staitimr fiom a line di.iwn
in extension ot the Pearl Cltv whaif,
down the main eliain.el, to the mouth of I
tho harboi, near the leef. taoldni: around i
the .stake boat; theiicu up the main clnin- !
nel, pas-ing hetween Foul's Island and i
..in .11. in. in. i i uiiiiisinu, hi nit; winuwain
of Foul's Island; thenee down the chan
nel lvlng East of Foul's Maud mikiui:
the circuit of Foul's Island; thence to
the point of commencement.
Yachts will assemble off the foot of
T.eliua Avenue in l'earl City 1'enins.ula
at!) a. M.
A picparatory gun will be liied on the
liidgo'ssboatiit U::I0a. m. 'I In stmtlii"
gun w ill be Hied at 10 a. m. sh n p.
The stmt will he a living one; the
time of each yacht being taken as .she
cioss(.s thu line, but no yacht shall lie
allowed Inoie than ten minutes within
which to iiait a'ter the Mgiml to Mint
lias been given.
'J'iine allowance one minute to the Ion.
Knelt yacht must cuiv atlier maintop
mast head, a distinguishing ihig of a
suitable sie, wliidi must not be hauled
down iinlc-s. she gives up the lace
Kaeh yacht Mi-ill cany (lining the la e
no inoie (ban llio usual ancliois and
chains, which must not lie used as ship
ping Inll.ist or for altering the Mini of
the yacht No bags ot shor sh ill be on
bo.ml and all ImiMr-t shall be properly
slowed under the platfoims or in lnckei's
and shall not he shipped or trimmed in
any way whatovoi (lining the laee.
-No u'stiictlon .is to (juantiiy of sail.
CouiisKi-Staiting fiom a line drawn
in extension or the I'euli It. wharf, to
and lonii I a slake boat at the head of
Nnlpln l.och, thence to the point of
CotJitsi:: Same us in nice No. :!.
Ni' '.VTI."! II('-i''1(Ii' Huccs will he
under ihe inles adopted by the Hawaiian
Jiimhig x, Mchtlng Association.
In nil races, two or mote boaU uuitt
stall to inak'ii a r.ice.
The lowing iaces will take placu at 1
o'clock . m. slnirp.
'I ho signal gnu will be Hied fmm the
Judge's, stand at 12:.io o'clock
.Signal for the eompeiing bonis to as
semble nt the Rtaitlug lino will bu the
llring of a gun 10 minutes l.cfuiu the
stall of each lace.
t&" I 1st of cullies will lie open nt the
olllec of tho Mn'i:iii.Mi:.Mu.Nr of the
Oamu Railway X Lam. Co., until 12
(Yluck noon, Mai cli lo, 1H')2.
Prizes lor tho above Races ara now on Exhi-
b.llon at tho PACIFIC II HDWAHE
CO.'S STORE, Fori Street.
-TRAIN'S will U..no Honolulu f(M jVail
Hat bur nt 7:30, ti, 10, U, i a. m.,
and 1, 2,3,-1 and 4:30 r. m.
KKTCRN1XG will leno 1'cail Harbor '
for Honolulu KYKRY HOUR.
Popular Rates of Fare:
! fc,1T 1 1 X I '
irn ajjrw w g
P. I). CORSETS
Just Receiu'il a Full Lini of I'. D. t'oltrilOTS tit
J04 Fort btreet, Honolulu.
IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZKS.
COME AND SEE THE COKSET WE ARE OKFKRING AT
IT CAN'T HE BEAT ! 5 0 C T S . 1T CAN'T 1JK KAT !
Gain in Assets during six
Extraots from the "New -York
New York Life Insurance Co
I.nsuiianck Di.i'AUTUUN-r or mi: Stati: ok Nr.w Yoku,
Amiany, N. Y., January 19th, 1802.
Pursuant to statute, and by icqucht of the Company's Hoard of
Trustees, thu undersigned, Superintendent of the Insurance Department
ol the Stale of New Yoik, has caused an examination of the conditions and
affairs of the New Yoik Life Insurance Company to be made by the Deputy
Siipeiintcndcnt of this department.
THE COMPANY IS SOLVENT.
The mo3l satisfactory result appealing in this leport is the conclusion
leached thai 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 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 bv the sum of SO (Ki8,
llH) ;j.' accrued upon its general account, and $S,(j?0 5 5U upon
its Tontine accumulation.
Such a result was one most earnestly desired by this depaitment.
Those interested may be assured that this conclusion is accurate and trust
worthy. This examination was ma le as of June liOth, 1801, and on that date
we Hud that its assets and liabilities were as follows:
1. Appmised value of teal estate owned by tin. Company, an
pet Exhibit I
Loans on bond and inoilirauo fliist
ns pur Exhibit 2 20,825,-183 (M
Loans seemed by pledge of bonds, stocks, or other maiket
able collatei.ilh, as per Exhibit 3 3,.r.0i),.r0,0 00
1'iemiiim notco, loans, orliciison policies in force, tho ic
suivo on each of such policies being in oxeesc of all
iinlch'cdiicxs tlicieon as per Exhibit -I .138,808 00
Jlaikul value of bonds, stocks, and seuuiiticb owned abso
lutely, as pei Exhibit 5 75,010,91!) 02
Cash in Company's, ollicc ,. ' M 002 (!(.
Cash in bank, except lixed deposits, in foreign countries,
included in item 5 2 (ilOOOJ 52
Inteiest due and accrued on bonds and mm Igagcs -I27,'210 31
CriOss piuiuiiiuiH due and uurcpoilcd on policies
" h'ree $3,(182,577
iniM dcfoncd piumiumsi.il policies in foico 1,001,(118
i Annuity piumiiiiiis uncollected 157,001
Total . .155,80,1,310
Deduct. 20 per cunt loading on above gioss
Net amount of uncollected and dufeircd premiums. . . .
Total iisselb ,
Net present value of all the outstanding policies in forco
on the 30th day of June, 1801, computed iicconljng to
mo coini'incti experience tal.Io ol
Deduct not value of risks of thjh
until son cut eonipitnios
Xet iciiisiiranco icsorvo
Claims foi manned endowments dim and unpaid.'
Chums for death lo.sses awaiting pioofh
Amounts, due and unpaid on annuity claims, . . .
Liability on account of lapsed policies
. i. niiMiiin jmju iii IKIVIIUCO
H. Total liabilities on polioy-hnldois' account , 1UIS7002A1 l-lM 1
10. Ok.sb sin plus policy.,oi,erB' acc..int . . . . , 1-1.708 075. 83
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1-. JntllUllllll hliri.llli.. lleerni.i I ... 'I',, (!.,.. ,... ,.n ii. . .
Kstiiinili ii surplus, accrued on Tontinuor other pol'iei'eV,
the pn.iith upon which aru especially rc-seived fur that
UIIIPS (II pOIICII'A
Kstinuitcd surplus acciued on all
It is with gieat satisfaction that wo tire able to report, as shown in the
above statement, that the Company is perfectly solvent.
Signed, JA.MKS I IMKRCE, Siiuefnit.-mleul.
M,CIIAKL SHANNON, M7.11.v Siiiicriiitemhut.
" " ' - - . - ,
Tho New York Insurance Commissioner's Report proves thai tin NEW YORK LIFE
..wwnUu nU, na a mraor surplus man
insurance company in Ihe world,
OF NEW YORK.
iivitu iviib ni im- i in it un tii inidiivni
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-months of nearly $0,000,000.
Times" of January 23d, 1892.
$ 13,225,038 m
liens') on real eslato.
?120,7 10,090, 01
nioitnlily, with per
Company reinsured in
1 1 0,5fi( 81
.... 8,070,530 50
.... 0,0.18,130 33
is claimed by any othor purely mutual lite
Lewi Agent lor tlie Hiwiilu I.ldudi,