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Evening Post, Rōrahi XLIV, Putanga 2, 2 Hōngongoi 1892, Page 2
OUR m^Ttr PREMISES will bo opened on SATURDAY, 25th JUNE, wtoa w» Li ?V hopetohav« "ftiTT^ W STOCK > P er " R ua Pebu," quit* ready for inspection aud purchase. Jackets and Waterproofs. XTI7WIKESinARTISTIOKEEDLEWOBK , d , rMtfronlh .M.™ f .. J^i JT:- Tt turors, at low pi iues. nnHE D.LO. have received, ex Ruapehu, a very .TwhotarkTo'^et^^YersZ;.^ NT , WL n re . ta I AH OrGOO D S.» ittH . t o,D^Uver«,p^.P™.» 1 ., Waterproofs. As the shipment is Btnall, and there are -*•* -*-• T * "' a few only of each size, intending purchasers should make an early call. TkT-rr*-*TIT SCOTCH FINGERING "WOOLS, in Fancy Mottles, Vest Mixturos, JN Hi «to., .to. Blankets and Flannels piEASB KOTE THE Purchasers of Blankets and Flannels at the D.1.0. Imy the very best Colonial-made article, at prices hitherto t^t Tri 11/ AT IXT2 J?. « Si • paid for lower qualities and inferior makes. iX XU > V AifJ^lllJO^ . _—____— ------ 69 LAMBTON QUAY 69 Igg 3 -' Flannelettes in Superior Qualities and Novel Patterns. " / / / The public are reminded that the whole Stock in the D.LG.is ' / / rj Y^iYNGtijE ENTIRELY NEW, nW^I V^ fiMSk DIRECT IMPORTER, Being specially purchased in the best markets for our opening season. All are invitod fJy§ffis&£> SBa to inspect tfce Goods in the various Departments, and compare the prices and qualities, '^f y^T" -^f^jiy^T without beinjr aßked to buy. <. '^^^TNT N - j&-^^^Ts?§Z&rW :I: I r V U Tl* AT? T* ' ' li IPmrF NEEDLE WORK A. A. CORRIGAN, Manager. | 1} W|lWp^^^^/ B. HALLENSTEIN, Chairman. [ 3(J^^^^^k CO-OPERATIVE STORES. — T. PEINGLE, DIRECT IMPORTER.
Isew Zctiland Government LIFE INSUHANCEDEPARTMENT. ESTABLISHED 1870. - PRIVILEGES TO POLICY-HOLDERS. I.— The Security is absolute, every Policy issued being, guaranteed by the Colony. 2. — Tho Policy conditions are extremely simple and liberal. The office does nofc hamper Policy-holders in the least in regard to residence or occupation. When onco insured they may go where they pleaso, and do what they like ; and if their death occur in Central Africa, at the North Pole, or on the battlefield, tho amount of tho Policy, with bonuses accrued, is promptly paid over to the rela- tives. 3. — In all casos when the Premiums aro not paid the Office advances them to the full extent of the surrender value. Government Insurance Commissioner— JOSEPHUS H. RICHARDSON. Assistant Commissioner— D. 31. LUCKIE, F.S.S., J.P. Actuary— MOßßlS FOX. Socrotary— W. B. HUDSON. Chief Medical Officer-J. HENRY, L.R.C.P. Accountant— R. J. S. TODD.
AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. New Zealand Br&noh : Head Office, Cnßtomhouaa-quay, Wellington Local Board of Direotors : The Hon. Morgan S. Grace, M D., C.M.G., M.L.C. (Chairman) The Hon. Charles J. Johnston, M.L.C., (Deputy Ch*i-man) Alfred de Bathe Brandon, Esq. The Hon. Edward Richardson, C.M.G. John Duncan, Eaqi. Medical Officer Dr. W. G. Kemp, M.R.C.S. England) TITHE OLDEST, WEALTHIEST, AND MOST PROSPEROUS Austkalian Life Office, and the LARGEST IN THE BRITISH EMPIRE. The Only Colonial Lifi Office WHiOH DECLARES A BONUS EVER if YEAR The Method of Valuation adopted by this Society is of the most Stringent Character, and ensures a Considerably Larger Reserve to meet Liabilities than that held by any other office in the Australasian Colonies. ACCUMULATED FUNDS, £ 10,500,000 (TEN AND A HALF MILLIONS) Sterling, All invested to yield nearly 6 per oent. POLICIES IS FORCK ... 109,333 Sum Assured -687,066,211 Accumulated Fnnds .£10,532,036 Annual Income X 1,860,317, 860,3 17 Cash Bonnses Divided .£4,930,361 BONUSES ! CASH BONUS for ONE year, 1891, .£489,828, yielding Bevereionary Bonuses amounting to .£1,009,000. This Cash Bonns wa3 equal to 424 per cent, on the premiums received during the ye-ar. CASH BONUSES declared for la«t FIVE years, over TWO MILLIONS, yielding Keveriiionary lionuaas exceeding FOUR MILLIONS. ASSURE YOUR LIFE IN THE AM. P. SOCIETY And secure a BONUg EVEiIY YEAR. EXPENSES OF MANAGEMENT LESS THAN 9i PER CENT. ON THE TOTAL INCOME. EDWARD W. LOWE, Resident Secretary. Branch Office — CuBTOJtHOUBB-qUAT. WELLINGTON. T # EADES & CO., 20, CUBA-STREET, Opposite Te Aro House, UNDERTAKERS AND FUNERAL FURNISHERS. Hearse, <fee., kept on Premises. Funerals oonduoted to suit all classes, with every requisite BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. Residence on the premises. Ring be under lamp, up the entrance.
/COMMERCIAL HOTEL, WILLIB-BTBEET, WELLINGTON, (Opposite the Empire). GEO. M. OUIMETTE, ... Pbopbietob. (Late Manager Club Hotel, Masterton). The above old-established and most cen- trally situated hotel having been completely renovated and refurnished in the most modern stylo, is now open to receive visitors on moderate terms. The Cuisine is under highly competent management. The best Wines, Ales, and Spirits only kept in stock. The Billiard-room, the best in the city, contains two very high-class English tables, under the charge of a most efficient marker. Hot, Cold, and Shower Baths. The large Dining-room, furnished with a first-class piano, is admirably adapted for meetings and smoke concerts. Special arrangements for permanent boarders. T>ARRETT'S HOTEL, Lambton-qdat. Mbs. E. Leonabd, Pboprietbesb. Having purchased the lease and good- will of the above favourite hostelry, 1 shall be pleased to receive a share of your esteemed favours. I havo also newly fur- nished all the bedrooms in tho most modorn style, and put the dining-room in such ordor that it ivill favourably compare with any other hotel in the city. The cullinary de- pavtment is not to be excelled, being under tbo immediate supervision of the Pro- prietress, who is ably assisted by a first- class cook. Liquors of the best brands only kept in stock. Hot, Cold, and Shower Baths. Night Por- ter in attendance. The trams and 'buses stop before the door every ton minutes. WELLINGTON HOTEL TUAM - BTBBET, CHRISTCHURCH. TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC. The accommodation in this Hotel iB ac- knowledged by thoae who have patronised it to be superior to what they have received in other houses at a much higher tariff. Tabifi I—4s1 — 4s 6d per diem; single week, 255; permanent boarders as per arrange- ment. Accommodation for seventy-five (75). F. J. FUCHS, Proprietor. /CLUB HOTEL, MASTERTON, Waibabapa. ALFRED ELKINS ... Pbopbietob. This Hotel offers Superior Accommoda- tion to Settlers, Travellers, and Private Families. Bathb. Sample Rooks. Stables and well-reossod Paddooki.