A’OEWICH UNION LIFE INS U BAN Oil j 1 il SOCIETY, | ErnTiOWered by Special Acts of X’niuau.it-UL, aiiU. uy I Royal Charter in the reign of Queen Anne, to undertake all bueiuees connected with. Life Assurance, IS A PURELY MUTUAL OFFICE. The Norwich Union Life Society has no distinct body of proprietors ; the insurers at laree are the recipients of the savings of the institution : the premiums paid, being in fact only deposits, revert to those who contribute them. SETTLEMENT POLICIES. To meet one of the greatest wants of the day, the yj" >-y v.'nr>jr.Union issues Policies in the nature of settlements, whereby a man in solvent circumstances, provided the matter is bonfi, fide, may secure, without the eisk OP bankruptcy, a certain and direct provision for his family. RESOURCES. i Irrespective of the immense annual revenue of this Society, gradually and surely on the increase, it possesses a Reserve Fund of £2,300,000 and upwards, available for its requirements. RATES OF PREMIUM Are framed as low as are consistent with the due safety of the Society, and its Actuary is calculated to be one of the most competent authorities in England, the Court of Chancery having recently had to avail themselves of his experience in these matters ; and although apparently higher than some offices, assurers j should not lose sight of the fact that they receive it back, either in bonuses or in addition to sums secured, and in electing to insure in this Society, they also avail themselves of the experience and safety of a concern that time has proved to be secure against all chances. LOANS. Surrender values are given for Policies of three years standing, or "DOANS GRANTED ON SECURITY OP SAME. FOREIGN TRAVEL Permitted to all parts of the globe in properly decked vessels, and in time of peace. PARTICIPATION OF PROFITS. In this office it is anticipated that persons entering at 20 will be relieved from further premiums at 44 40 „ „ „ „ 60 50 „ „ „ „ 66 Medical Fees are paid by the Company, and there are no charges for Stamps, Policies, &c. One-half the first five years’ premiums may remain unpaid upon whole Life Policies. T. B. Eendeedine, Esq., M.D., Medical Referee. Intending assurers are recommended to call upon, the undersigned for prospectus and further particulars
VOEWICfI UNION FIRE INSURANCE IN SOCIETY. The SECURITY afforded by this long-established Society is unquestionable, its rates exceedingly moderate, and its regulations liberal. INSURANCES for skvek years charged as SIX. Bent can be insured 12 months. Almanacs and Prospectuses for 1872 can be had. and every information obtained, on application at the Society’s office, Yaile’a Buildings, Queen-street. G. S. GRAHAM, Yaile’s Buildings. Scottish commercial insurance com PANY. CAPITAL : ONE MILLION STERLING. The Shareholders number about 500, most of whom are both wealthy and influential. Losses under policies issued by the Company will have prompt attention. Payments ik Cash, here or at home, at the option of the assured. Claims arising from explosion of gas in buildings on which the Company have Insurances will be admitted. LIFE DEPARTMENT. The rates of premium have been calculated with great care ; they will be found both moderate and equitable, and wall in most cases compare favourably with those of other offices. The Life Funds ere kept in every way distinct from those of the Fire Branch. Agents : PREECE AND GRAHAM, Yaile’s Buildings, Queen-street, Auckland. E. PORTER & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IRONMONGERS AND IRON MERCHANTS, QUEE N-S TEEET, AUCKLAND. Importers of— T YNDON’S patent Spades, Harrows, &c. Hornsby and Son’s Ploughs, Harrows, &c. Circular, Cross-cut, and Pit Saws Smith and Wellstood’s Cooking Stoves Lockwood’s and Rodger’s Table and Pocket Cutlery Dixon and Son’s Electro plate and Nickel Silver Enamelled and Tinned Holloware English and Colonial Tin and Japanned Ware Cordis Patent Nails. French and English Wire Nails Cut Flo >r Brads, Finishing ditto, See. English and Scotch Corrugated and Galvanised Iron Mrrewi'od’s and Gospel Oak Plain Galvanised Iron Sheet Zinc. Nos. 9, 10. 11, 12, 14 Patent Mail Axles and Axle Arms Elliptic and Grasshopper Carriage Springs American Axes, Adzes, Picks, Shovels. &c. American Pumps Ploughs, Boring Machines, &o. Blasting and Sporting Powder, Patent, Fuze B. B.H. B»r, Plate, Sheet, and Bod Iron Cast. Double-shear, Blister and Spring Steel Anvils, Yyces, Bellows, Tuyer Irons Sheet, Bod, and Bar Copper x orth British India-rubber Co.’o Belting, Ac. Whi<e and Red Lesd, Oils, Paints, Tarnishes, &o. English and American Kerosine Lampsj Devon’s Brilliant Kerosine Locks. Carpenters’ Pot. Rim. Drawback, Dead, and Fine Plate Chest, Tdl, Pad, &c. Hinges, light and heavy S'-otch Ties Heavy Fie'd Gate, Chest, Butt, See., Sec. Ksrosine, Ac-, &e.
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