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New Zealand Tablet, Volume XXVII, Issue 19, 11 May 1899, Page 7
0 JD AIIAMTV MC J? r*C Tailor-made Gowns Costumes Gratefully appreciate the support accorded Mantles them for so many year**, mid respectfully invite Jackets inspection of their Skirts NOVELTIES for Millinery Underclothing. Autumn and Winter, 1Q991 One Shilling in the pound Di^-)iint forGd-h Careful Selections from the Home and Continental Centres of Fashion. J. BALLANTYNE & CO. CHRISTCHURCH.
MACKENZIE AND SAUNDER 83 George street, Dunedin, FURNISHERS CABINETMAKERS, UPHOLSTERERS, MANUFACTURERS, IMPORTERS JAS. SPEIGHT AND CO MALTSTERS AND BREWERS, CITY BREWERY, DUNKDIN H. A> a SOCIETY Registered under the Friendly Societies' Ac OBJECTS— To cherish a love for Faith and Fatherland to extend the hand of fellowship to our co-religionists of every nation- ality to render assistance and visit the sick and distressed to help the widowß and orphans of deceased members. A FULL Benefit Member, on payment of a weekly contribution of from Is to Is 3d (graduated according to age), is entitled to Medical Attendance and Medicine for himself and family (children to be under the age of 18 years) immediately on joining. Also 20s per per week for 26 weeks, 15s per week for the next 13 weeks, and 10s week for a further period of 13 weeks, in case of sickness, and should there be a continuance of illness, 5s per week is allowed during incapacity as superannuation, provided he has been a member of the Society for 7 years previous to the commencement of «uch incapa- city. On the death of wife, £10; at his own death relatives receive £20. A Reduced Benefit Member, on payment of a weekly contribu- tion of from 7d to 8d (graduated according to &p,u), in oitnluu to Medical Attendance and M'-tMcnf for hirai-elf i« a mediately on joni- ng and a Sick Allowance of lUb per week for 26 weeks, 5s per week for the succeeding 13 weeks, when, if he be wtill unable to follcv any employment, he shall be entitled to 2s f>d per 'M3ek for another 13 weeks, and in case of additional illness, 2s 6d during in- capacity, under the same proviso as in the case of full benefit members. On the death of a reduced benefit member his represeu- ative is entitled to the sum of £10. Members of female branches contribute weekly (graduated according to age) from 7d to 9£d, and receive benefits as follows Medical Attendance and Medicine immediately on joining, in case of sickness 10s per week for 26 weeks, 7s 6d for the succeeding 13 weeks, and 5s per week for another 13 weeks if still unable to follow ?.ny employment. On the death of a female benefit member her representative is entitled (if single) to £20, (if married) on the death of her husband she is entitled to £10. Should she die before nim her representative is entitled to £20. Provided in all cases the Rules of the Society and the requirements of the Friendly Societies' Act are adhered to. Twenty-five branches of this excellent Institution are now established in New Zealand, and every provident Catholic in the Colony eligible for membership should join and, combining as it does, the spiritual as well as the temporal, participate irr its unsur- passed advantages. Full particulars may be had from branches and from Wm. KANE Diatriot Seoretarj Auckland
BEATH ANT) dO For u P- t0 dat c Tailoring, Clothing, and Mercery, r W, CHRISTCHURCH.