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INSURANCE. THE SOUTH BRITISH INSURANCE COMPANY. LTD. Capital Paid-up, Re-insurance, and General Reserve Funds exceeds £542t,000. FIRE AND MARINE AND ACCIDENT RISKS ACCEPTED AT CURRENT KATES. Prompt and Liberal Settlements. Profits Retained iv the Colony. Local Institution. A. S. RUSSELL Branch Manager. TriCTORIA INSURANCE COMPANY, IV. LIMITED. (Established 1540.) OFFICES 21. SHORTLAND-ST. Opposite '-Star" Office. Accepts Fire. Marine, and Fidelity. Guarantee Risks at Lowest Rates. Prompt and Liberal Settlement of Claims. FRANK EVANS. Manager for Auckland and Taranakl. WE TAKE ALL RISKS! INSURANCE CO. OF N.Z., LIMITED. FIRE, MARINE, aud ACCIDENT, Including Mortgagees' Indemnity, Employers' Liability aud Workers' Compensation. Offices: 101, QUEEN-ST.. AUCKLAND. NORMAN T. WILLIAMS, Manager. Rfe. GOVERNMENT ' DEPARTMENT, FACT Ho. 2. The PREMIUMS are snited to meet the wants of all classes, and are on the whole considerably lower than those charged by private offices. If you are twenty-three years ol age the Department will, for £1 a month, GUARANTEE TO PAY YOUR FAMILY at least £500 if you die before you are sixty; and if you are alive at sixty you »ill draw the £500 yourself, with profits added, which will make the transaction & good investment for you, in addition » having assured some provision for yon, family had you died, earliax. YOTJR friends will be delighted to get a copy ot the "Illustrated Guide to AuckI land," obtainable at the "Star" Office and ' all Stationers. Price 2/.

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909

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