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' AMUoEMENTS) Hayward's ; Weekly Pictures ODDFELLOWS' HALL. FRIDAY NEXT (OCTOBER 22). Special War Film— "JOFFRE NIBBLING AT 'EM" Star Film - 'THE BLACK TRIANGLE' (Continental Drama, 3850 ft) —An]—. ' Pa the Gazette topical Evolution of London Traffic in , 'Her Awakening" .drama ''Fatal Dress Suit" oomio PRICES—Down Staira, lg. Gallery, Is 6d, PUBLIC NOTICES* NEW ZEALAND GOVERNwEMT U 10s per Cent. DEBENTURPS. Issue of 4% per oent. Bearer Debentures, under the authority oj the Finance Act, 1915, and pursuant to the New Zealand Loans Act, 1908. as amended by the Neio Zealand Loans Amendment Act, 1915, to provide moneys for local expenditure DURING THE WAR. PRICE OF ISSUE FIXED AT £100 PER CENT. THE Government ol New Zealand desires to place before tbe public of (be Dominion thi- prospeotns, showing tbe terms and conditions under which moneys may be invested on the security of the Public Keve , nues of New Zealand to provide the funds necessary for looal purposes during the present war. Iα view of the financial strain at present imposed on the Imperial Treasury in pro viding moneys for carrying on tbe war, tbe Government of tbi country confidentry aske all New Zealanders who oin aftoid to do so to assist the Empire by invest ng freely in these Debentures, and thus in a measure relieve the Mother Country of tbe burden of having ta provide ite capital required for looal purposes in New Zealand. Forma of application may be obtained from any Postal Money order Offioe, o> , from the Treasury. Applications may be lodged m any Postal Money.order Office, at the Treasury, Wei lington, or at any Bank or registered Sharebroker's office in the Dominion. Applications may be made fur £5, or anj multiple of £6, and for a currency of 6, 10, 15, 20, or 25 years, at the ope on cf the subscriber. subscribers who apply At a Postal Mo.iev order Ofiioe may lodge amounts by cheque or in cash. It cheques are for-nrded exchange must be added where payable. In cases wbere application is posted direc to Wellington tbe lodgments must be lira, paid in to tbe "Public Account" At Any branch of the Bank of New Zealand, and tue bank receipt must in suoh case be forwarded to Wellington with the application Applications for sums not exceeding £5000 must be accompanied by the total subscription er Bank receipt for the amount, and applications for sums in exocss of £5000 must be accompanied by a deposit of 10 per cent, balanoe payable on allotment. Allot , menis will be made by tbe Controller and Audiior General. In the case of default in payment of the balacoatbe deposit previously paid will be liable to forfeiture. If no allotment is made the deposit will be returned. Interim receipts will be issaed on lodgment and will be subsequently exchanged for Debentures; The Debentures will be issued with interest coupons attached. interest will be payable half'yearly on presentation of coupons at a Postal Moneyorder Office, or at the Bank oi New Zealand, or at the Treasury. Intereai will be computed from the 15th Ootobsr, 1915, and will bo free of income tax. An annual Sinking Fund is established to provide for the redemption of the Debentures. The Debentures will be issued in denonr inationd of £5, £25, £50, £100, £500, £1000, or in such higher denominations as may be agreed upon witb the Treasury, and will be made payable to bearer. Debentures will be rt payable at par at tbe Treasury, Wellington, or at any office o! the Bank of New Zsaiaud in tbe Dominion on their due date. Banks and registered Snarebrokers will bB allowed a commission of 5s per £100 on allotments made in rsspeat of apyuomious received from them direct, and which bear tbeii stamp, and are forwarded to the Treasury or to cue Poet offices uader cover of tne form provided, Coveiing lorms me ootam able from the Post office*. Lommiseioa will be p&i.j after allotment, and will not be allowed on conversions or on transfer of moneys now on deposit with the Post'oirice savings Bank. 'I he Debentures are Government Securities in which Trustees ate umhoneed to invest Trust Funds. ' To Trustee-). Trust ea dtfsiiing to invest Truet Monies in tha 4£ per ceni Govununent Debentures Loau may make special anaugeuieuib with iba Trta ur> in o the tiiue ana method of lodging the diposu or purchase oion*v for the dekentuicri A)plccUiins will clo-b at the Treasury on titn JSoveuib.r, l'Jio, but the Government reserves Ihe rigtit to close at a prior date or to txund itie period at its option. Jn case of over- übßuription, the Government r>.serves in-j rignt to decline any application, in whole or in part, as it may deieiuiine Interest will not be paid iv respect of any amounts forwarded with applications which are declined. COSVEIUIONS. Holders of Government Debentures issued under tee Mew Kealand Loane Act end maturing on or before the Is. December, 1916, will have the opiion if convening into 4£ per cent. 1915 Deotniures at par if nppuc lion is m de to the Treasury on oi before tbe 30th November, 1915. Tbe interest under the new debenture will lake effect after th coupon for tho then current half year under tbe old debenture has been | paid. POSX OFFICE SavINGS'BANK DEPOSITS Persons who now have money deposited in the Post'olflce Savings Bank may purchase 4tt ptr cent. Debcnures by means of transfer. They mnet apply on or befote the 6tb November, 1915, to the Postmaster in charge at any Postal Money order Offioo within the district in which their account is open in order that the r quisite transfer may be made. Interest at 4£ per cent, under the new debentures will ate from the 15th October, 1915. The forms of application end transfes may be obtained at the Postoffioes. Borne Defenoe requires) more than battle* ships, Every household needs "NAZOL" (o protect it against coughs and colli, inf}u£Dsa sod bronohitis. 'NAZOL" is a boon to old »nd young. 60 cloiee 1<«.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, 27 October 1915

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, 27 October 1915