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FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT
JOHN A. McCALL, President.
SUMMARY OF REPORT:
Interest, ltonts, etc
Endowments mid Annuities
Dividends, Purchased Insurance,
I, . 1 . 1 V t ,
mini 10 ronov Holders
CONDITION JANUARY I, 1801.
Liabilities, ! per cent Standard
Number of Policies in Force
Amount of Insurance in Force
PROGRESS IN ISM.
Increase in Henelits to Policy Holders
I ncrcasc in Assets
Increase in Surplu
Increase in Insurance Written
Increase in Insurance in Force
Increase in Number of Policies in Force
lncreae in Number of Policies Written in I
New Premium Income over that of
In inn following rospocti the New York Llfo, in 1803, hai BHOKEN
RECORDS ovor mado by Hortolf or any other Company.
First Number of policies
SncoNi) Number of new
85, 1 1 1
Tmitn Amount of new iiiMiraiu'o UmnmI in 1803 . . ..i;223,SOO,l00
Foi'iith Number of new policies actually paid for in 1803
Finn Net gum in new business over the previous year
Sixth Net increase in number of policie in force 37,008
Skvknth Net gain in insurance in force $80,008,0-10
O. O. BERGER,
PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
W2- FOR FOUR WEEKS -3
English Wardrobes, Plate Glass Front;
Mtirblotop Wash Stands,
Marbletop Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Royal Worcester Vases,
Royal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Docorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
. :?:,si'.:i,(vio on
l -a ...,-.
$'223,117,1 H 00
,.f 1-18,700,781. '20
1,082,008. '1 2
applied for in 1803 05,500
policies actuallv written in ISO."
UKN'Klt.ll. AnKNT. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Suites, Pictures, Etc.
IrOll IJU(l8tGnlS, Mlltllll,
TWO CABLES WANTED,
(ConUnunl from hi lvjc.)
rupted. There is no reason, there
Pacific cables should not
eventually be laid over both the
American and tho Imperial routes.
It is worth while to look for a
moment at the two routes in detail.
In the general newspaper discus
' .v . . . . . .
sion it has not appeared to mat
much whether Yokohama, Hrisbano,
or Auckland were picked out
the distant terminus of "tho" 1'acific
cable, tii practice it would matter i
1 very much, as there aro now more
than 3000 miles of cable between
Japau and Australia, and the extra
rate on messages for Japan via Aus
tralia or vice versa, over tho rate for
the 1'acific cable itself, would make '
a very material proportion of the
total cost per word. Another argu
ment for tho advantage of laying
cables to both points is that between
Australia and Japan message would
undergo innumerable transmissions,
, greatly increasing the delay and the
chances of mutilation.
From overy point of view tho Im
perial route is the most attractive
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the iliatini.) nilvntilnir.i nf iiiiil.iiinnif
a greater number of sections, which I saving in primers iiik ami lypo
rehdors tho lino easier to operate '"' J nothing of editorial,
and also gives greater opportunities ' reportonol, and governmental time,
for picking up trallic and subsidies, i would have more than paid tho cost
Tho Imperial route has live sections, or laying the cable. Had tho excite-
, none of them of extraordinary ""'t occurred in spite of the cable
length. Tho section from Hawaii to ' 't would lmvo provided paying busi-
1 Jaoan will be over 3100 miles long, , ".' 'or the cable during all this
nearly a thousand miles more limit j tinio. Tho Mf.y-first congress had
tho longest of the Atlantic cables. ! opportunity to ensure the laying
Such a long cable would be expeii-ll"Jt,n,Jtl01" m 'y grauting ti
sivo to operate, as tho transmission : subsidy. It mado tin appropriation
would be comparatively slow, and or n survey instead. Probably be
interruptions would bo very costly i oro now the lifty-first congress has
because tho delay in olTcctiiig re , wished it had mado arrangements to
pairs would necessarily be great. I v tho survey and the cable too.
Another dlllicultv is that the bottom ? "Jin reading tho headlines of varl
of the ocean off Japan has a bad ous newspapers I am at a loss to do
reputation, though posslblv this will ' tu"n.'l,1, which party to the many
disappear before tho Unlit 'of a do-1 Hided dispute would have found tho
: 10 - - - . - ti i
tailed survev. In snito of the,, oh-1
stacles that appear at present the
cable will doubtless be laid; before
very long it will bo a necessity of
There has been considerable dis-
oussion as to whether Vancouver or i
.Monterey should bo tho eastern
termiuus of "tho" Pacific cable. It
is pointed out on the one hand that
for "strategic" reasons Vancouver is
preferable for tho Imperial route,
while as regards actual economy
Monterey has the palm, as the sec
tion between Monterey and Hawaii
would bo at least 100 miles shorter
than that between Vancouver and
Hawaii. A great deal of nonsense is
written about tho "strategic" value
of a direct lino between Canada and
Australia. It is nonsense because,
without a lino across the Pacific,
there is excellent telegraphic com
munication between Duelling street
and Canada and between Downing
street mid Australia, mid when
Downing street wants to telegraph
there is no anxious consultation of
he tariir card to see what I ho rale
is. Such talk is nonsense, again, be
cause tho "strategic'' value to Ureal
Britain of n cable across the Pacific,
wnr) ' wmlj( , greatest if it wero
-. ,, us value to tier in time of
entirely owned and controlled by
Americans or other neutrals. Wero
the cable under British ownership
1 and subsidised hytholinpoii.il mid
1 Colonial governments it wouhl bo
l cut by tho power with whom Britain
might be at war, as quickly as it
could bo got at, treaties not with
standing. Tho strategic value of the control
of tho landing place of a cable when
1 no rest is so vulnerable wouhl bo
about on a par with tho strategic
value- of tho possession of a railway ' "' moru direct communication can
terminus when tho enemy could pull 1 ll,)l hut give that trade a great in-
up tlio tracks. It is well k
mat in insh, wlien there was some
little friction between (ircat Britain
1 ami Russia tho Russian government
prepared a fast vessel with an elab
orate equipment for ripping up the
numerous submarine cables that
radiate from Loudon all over tho
world, ami link British outpost with
' British out post. Treaties so often bo
I come warped oven on laud that tin-
tier tho influence of sea air they
would loso all shape ami meaning,
and tho "strategic' value of a sub
marine cable to the power cunt roll
ing il is likely to bo much ovoresti
Of cotirr.0 this does not mean that
the importance of having good cable
communication with outlying places
in times of peace is not of sullicieut
weight with tho governments inter
ested to encourage tho ollering of
good subsidies in the case of the
, Pacific lines. The fact that those
lines would not have the strategic
vuliio to tho Imperial government
that has been so freely attributed to
them is only one of t'he factors that
lmvo prevented tho project from as
, present time.
active form before the
The rotardini; inllu-
uncus nave noon various, i no princi
pal ouo is, of course, the enormous
cost of a system of cables that would
; insure permanent communication.
I Tho length of cable necessary to
i construct a line from Vancouver or
.Monterey to llrisbane is, in round
figures, 7f(X) or 7UK) miles, the high-
trJV.u, for v?nLT''r ,ho .'"""
for Monterey. I he lowest pnen at
which mi Atlantic cable has been
laid is about 1000 a mile. To lay
cables across the J'acilic wouhl cost , imngiuatiou of tho majority of nows
rather more on account of tho paper reailers. The really beatiful
greater distauco from the seat of 1 profiles of the Pacific from C'nlifor-cablo-inanufnoture.
The capital I uia to Hawaii that aeeoiupanv the
nocensnry for a Hinlo line, thurofom,
would be nearly $I0,UM,0(H), and,
with duplicate sections, without
which the venture would bo of n
most uncommercial nature, nearer
.r2l),lKX),(H.;). Private capital alone
naturally hesitates 'at such a plunge,
although private capital has long
boon willing to take it with the sup-
port of government llfe.helts.
I ho government life-hells so far
',ftV" ""' '"'"" foi'tlieoining, al-
though applied for in various direc
tions, nml capital has lingered coyly
ou ihu shores of the I'aeiliu. It has
been illllinull ill the extreme to se
cure milled action, or evert united
1 lute-roil. 1111 the part of the various
1 Colonial government! In tho face of
tho lack of interest on the part of ,
I tho imperial government. The pro-
iect, too, has boon fought by tho
"rtalilfi rttir" m1.!,.1. ,s-.tt !. lt tnw
tho greater proportion of tho world's
.submarine cables, with all tho fero
city, with all tho far-reaching mani
pulation, of which that body is capa
ble. 1 have heard of no businoi
competition so vindictive and so
peculiar in its methods as that prac
tised in submarine able circles. It
would probably astonish my readers,
and lead to a suit for libel against
tho Fnglish publisher of this Maga
zinn were I to relate some of tno
"strategies" by which competition
in HiiiiuiHriiio-raoie inyiiiK nnu wont
ing has been accomplished. No
doubt much of tho opposition and
lethargy with which I lie Pacific pro
ject has been met could bo account
ed for by those interested in existing
lines of commitment ion.
However, in spite of all dilllcul
ties real and apparent, in spite of all
the opposition active and latent, the
Pacific cable system will soon bo hi
existence. There is a real demand
for it, for one thing, and thero is
every prospect of a satisfactory and
growing trallic. Tho necessity for
the section between California and
Hawaii has been obvious and press
ing tor some tttuo past. Had tho
laid a year or so ago tho proposes to lay further sections to
aiiau fuss would most ' tho Fiji", Samoa, I lie Fauuiiigs, Ha
ave been averted. Tho j waii and California, nml is agitating
. , ...., .. a.
greatest "strategic value" in the
cniue nan n neon in working order
during the pat ear. Certainly its
value to a publiu already overbur
dened with other worries would
have been sullicient ly great, as cable i
messages are generally torie. '
It is a trito and inaccurate savim: '
that "trade follows the Hag. It i
would be much truer, and certainly
newer, to say that trade follows the
cable. Of course there lmvo been
many cac where the trade was al
ready active, with abundant trallic
ready to llow into the cables (lie
moment they were laid. Hut there
lmvo been many ot tiers where, Ian
! Kll nml iuteniiittent until Ihecablo
stretched out its encouraging and
far-reaching grasp, trade has rapidly
and steadily increased under the
subtle iullueuce of instantaneous
communication with the markets of
the world. .Many instances of this
could 00 cued, ntul 11 is an iimpics
tiouablo fact thai submarine cables,
like, long dislauco tidephouo lines,
make their own trallic by creating
new ways of doing business. In the
ease of the Pacific cables tho place
now without communication that
will bo opened up are of relatively
insiguilicnnl resources, excepting
ilawiui, and oven Hawaii inordinary
times will not keep a cable busy all
day. lint in the aggtegato tho dif
ferent intermediate points will
probably make a fair showing ami
whatever trallic they furnish will
surely show n steady increase.
The Paciliu cables, however, will
find their principal Irntlic through
providing a more direct route be
tween Australasia and the American
continent. There is already con
siderable trade between this country
"" Australia, Chum nml .lupau,
I "t hut give that trade a gren
i centivo. Cables connecting An
wiin .vusiraim ami .inpati will give
her quick communication besides
with tho Straits settlements, the
Philippines, China. Siam, Tompiiii,
India and Asiatic Kussia. They will
provide an alternate route from
Great Britain to tho extreme east
and Australia, and other sources of
trallic will bo found in Canada and
South America. The completion of
tho trans-Siberian railway, opening
up communication across a vast
tract of varied resources, will intro
duce an important change in the
channels of commerce in the part of
tho world that the cables will draw
on for their trallic.
A word as to the practicability of
the Pacific cables, Tho only part of
which a detailed survey such as sub
marine cable engineers nowadays ox
act has been made is tho seutiou be
tween California and Hawaii, which
has been surveyed by tho United
States tiov-eruiueut. The soundings
by tho Thetis and tho Albatross,
while showing a slightly greater
depth than that of the north Atlan
tic, have revealed no. other, dillhuil.
i ties. Tho banks on tho lino have
- been surveyed in detail and a urac-
I . . . " . . . W
i ticablo route laid down which shows
j a far more oven bottom than that of
1 tho mythical north Atlantic "telo
I graph plateau." Capt. Maury's "tele
graph plateau" was outlined before
deep-sea sounding had become au
I exact science. Since tho laying of
' tho early Atjantio cables closer sur
I voys havo discovered three import-
ant banks along the line of the
."plateau" that materially disfigure
tno even prolile it presents in the
elaborate report of the L nitcd
.States surv ) show a bottom that
is a delight to tho submarine cable
engineer; all he could wish is that
tho whole of it were a little nearer
to the surface.
Tho great depth is after all not
very much of a dilllculty, when the
evenness of the bottom ami its favor
able composition principally brown
D0.0 ami glohigoriua- are taken into
account. Depths ns great as tho
average of those determined in tint
I'acilic survey aro found iu the north
Atlantic, and especially in tho south
Atlantic. I know of a cable in the
south Atlantic, in practically the
same depth of water, that has been
doiwi for ovur leu yunrs without a
singlo intorritpiioti nml it was laid
ovr a bank nt that. 1 ho bank was
missed oven in a verv careful and
detailed preliminary survev. and was
discovered while the cablo was lay- i
iug in sullicient time to save the
situation by paying out extra slack.
A largo portion of tho Pacific, west
of the Hawaiian Islands, has not yet
been surveyed with any detail.
There aro stories of abnormal depths
in these waters, probably due to
drifting of the sounding linn, and, as ,
pointed out before, the seas in the '
neighborhood of Japan and Austra- j
lasia have, a suspicious reputation.
They have given good (or rat her bad)
ground for their ill-fame from a sub- !
marine cable point of view by occa- !
sionally shifting their bottom in n
surreptitious manner. This is more , ,, Hu V"''1"' ..
than o cable can stand, and several M "' M A..r bi. k jJ;;,1,',,1;;' ,, ,
serious interruptions lmvo been cans-1 Jt(if w.Wo ,mvc ,,,,, ' ; '
ed by these submarine earthquakes, i of the niuMirmucr.it umioiinriiig thocront
It is interesting to note, in closing vlotnty mm by tlm .sim:i;n-llisii Aso
tho subject, that a beginning has ni- V.'T,,,N ,lh tlu',r "Kaui.i:" l.ran.l of
roady been made, in n small way , ' l stKilt.,i i
and at the distant end of tho line, AN'III.UHKIt-r.t'He)' UltKWINO A8SO
by tho laying of a cable (torn ClATio.v.
(juoouslaml to New Caledonia. This
lias been Jam by a ! rencli conipany ,
tho Socioto Krancaise des Telo-
graphes Soitsmarius -with the as
surance of subsidies from the colo
nics interested. I lie cable company
i for subsidies in compel it ion with
I tho promoters of the American and
Imperial schemes. This enterprise
illustrates au interesting phase of
submarine cable work. The few
contractors who engage in making
and laying cables aro often driven,
when legitimate orders hang lire, to
promote telegraph schemes them
selves in order to make work for
their factories, tlects and stall. Tho
French company is peculiarly in
this position. It was stalled 'with
tho capital set free by tho purchase
by the French government of tho
1'aris telephone system, and n large
amount of money was spent in an
elaborate factory at Calais, n ship
and so on, reliance being placed on
steady orders from tho French gov
ernment. This august both, c.vorcis-
ing the privilege of governments. '
proved fickle to its promises or as- j
suraiiccs and tho company, bciuir i
unable to compete in price on open I
tho hnmisli cable I
finds itolf in the
of being obliged to make
for itself. Hence its ap
pearance in the Pacific. If it bo
Inn?, as slated, thai this company
intends to complete the line from
Queensland to California on its own
account (failing uliidiosj. one can
not but admire the company's cour
age. Il is magnificent, but it is not
business, although it mav turnout
to be very good business In the end
To sum up, there can be little
doubt that the Pacific will have its
network of cables within the next
few years. Ada will be moored to
' America; Puck's girdle will be com-
Chamberlain's Cough lleuiody
gives tho best satisf.ictiou of nuj .
cough mediTiiie 1 handle, and a- a ,
seller leads all other preparations in I
tins mantel. 1 recommend H be-
cause it is tho best medicine 1 over
iinuuieti lorcotigiis, coin nml croup
A. V. Kaldridge, Millersville, III
For sale by all dealers. l!"iioii
Smith ,V Co., Agents for tho Hawai
'po i.rr i v 111:11 1
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Wins tho Prize at the '
World's Fair with their
EAGLE" Brand Beer.
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Wnmii'n Kaik, Ciiicauo, III., Oct.!.
inriinl mis evcrli'-en mnilc !o nnitlryln
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to .SI. l.oill" m.'ilo ntul !o lustlv tiicrltvd
i! tlm nnu lifvcti to-ilay In the (oliliiiliinii
Jury of tlip WorM'n Fair, i on-l'tliiu of con
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tMi" The above Is a
Label ofllie "EAGLE"
Fac-sltnllle of tbe
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