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Observer, Volume 5, Issue 122, 13 January 1883, Page 273
"VpW ZEALAND INSURANCE COMPANY -•^ FIRE AND MARINE. I Capitai. £1,000,000. Was established in Auckland ia 1850, being the first Local Inshbancb Company established in New Zealand. PROMPT SETTLEMENT OP CLAIMS. It is distinguished for its liberality and promptness iuthe settlement of claims, upwards of Three-quarters of a Million having been paid to the Insured for Losses. SECURITY * Afforded ia unquestionable. A large and influential Lbody of Shareholder resident in all parts of the Colony, 'Whose IiIABIiITY IS UI?IK3irBTISD. . THE CAPITAL Paid-np is £200, OuO, togeMior with Re-insurance and Reserve Funds of £150,000. INVESTMENTS Consist of Real arid Personal Property, . Bank, Loan, Gtas and other Shares, Government, City, and Water- works" Debentures, &c. ; GEORGE P. PIESCB, Genera! LTaii.agpr. MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF ArfiSTBALASIA. Establislied 1869, and incorporated by Act o? Parlia- nient. THE SECOND OLDK^T "iiITTU^L LltfE OFFICE . IN AITfeTRALASIA. h«BK£-£IRST TO ISSUE PuLICIES FREE FROM H^B RESTRICTIONS, I^^Hjie only one ESTABLISHED within the last ■■K^ENTY YEARS which has declared a BONUS ■Hf on an absolutely ' PURE PREMIUM VALUATION. HBO PIKI.ONS:OP THE PRESS. j^B ' ' Post Magazine (London). well-managed and depervedly prosperous Society. BHaoexpenses of the administration are among the most that come under our notice at Home or , The Insurance Agent (London). |^H" We consider the amount of business obtained satisfactory, and congratulate the Executive on great success." HH Insurance Times (New York). Conservative management and hononrable business |Hnicy have always distinguished the career of this ■ Notwithstanding an ever active and sometimes B^BTnnscrupulous .competition from its rivals, it is HHadiiyjfipushing ahead, each succeeding year showing of business over its predecessors, while at same time the expenses of management are kept HKbin reasonable limits. HJ Insurance and Banking Record, (Melbourne). HfriWe^an say without hesitation that the resources have always appeared to us most satisfac- BiEy. The%olicy has been to build up the Society upon HHident and. conservative principles rather than upon |Hk> less sure foundation of grasping business at any Head Office fob New Zealand H| QUEEN STREET, AUCKLAND; IH Directors : BMITHUR HEATHER, ESQ., A. G. HORTON, ESQ. HH '* Medical Officer t ■&QHAS. FIELD GOLDSBORO*. M.D., F.R.C.P. . ff THE BANK OF NEW ZEALAND. Solicitors : MESSRS WHITAKER, RUSSELL, AND BUDDLE. Principal Office, Sydney; Branches at Melbourne, Brisbane, and Adelaide ; and Agencies in all the cities and principal towns in New Zealand and the other Aus- tralian Colonies. WILLIAM T. J. BELL, General Agent for New Zealand. ! A UCKLAND SELECT RIDING SCHOOL, '■' NEW NORTH ROAD. ' RIDIN% MADE EASY AND GRACEFUL. Will be Opened on }* MONDAY, 21st AUGUST, 1882, Auckland Select Riding School, for the study practice of the Art " of Equitation in all its branches. Ladies and Gentlemen desiring to enter as Pupils 1 are solicited to forward their names to the Pro- prietor on or before that date. .Terms, and the hours of instruction and practice, uoayibe learned on application. «. supplied with,, horses and appointments for :■'* iaining, if required, or horse appointments supplied jf order from first-class sanflples at the School. The .Proprietor has compiled an AID BOOK for the Tise^* f Pupils and others, which may be had on applica- tiaA ""ice, Is. , AL ARRANGEMENTS FOR CHILDREN, Attendance pob Ladies. y^G. H. has also commenced business as HORSE 'TRAINER. Every Horse entrusted to his charge . -will be properly Broken— handled eithor as Lady's or 1 Gentlemaa's Charger. ■'-..• G. HAZELL, * late Sough. Riding Sergeant-jVlajor and First v . . ' Class Equitation Inst|«.ctbr. . . SfefßliVß YBABS IN H]gS^MAOr3SoTr's , ">*- ■ ■• '.■ # .