PUBLIC •NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND ACCIDENT, INSURANCE COMPANY. Established 1879. Authorised Capital . .*. . *100,000 Subscribed' Capital £20,000 Invested Funds ..... £90,000 Together with Unlimited Liability of Shareholders. i NOTICE. ALL HOLDERS OF WORKMEN'S INSUEANCB POLICIES are hereby notified that tUo TTcrkers' Compensation for Accidents Act, 19C0, 'came into force from 7th JUNE, ai:d they WILL BE HELD COVERED pending the adjustment of rates. Copies of the Act may be had on application. F. W. DEAMER, District Manager. Canterbury Branch, 205 Hereford street. 6819F NEW ZEALAND ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY. Established 1879. c SPECIAL NOTICE. A "LL Clients and other Employers of Labour ■**■ are hereby notified that cs the Company is under NO TARIFF AGREEMENT, I am prepared to quote -Lowest Rates for EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY ACT, COMMON LAW, ..ind . WORKERS , COMPENSATION FOR ACCIDENTS ACT, 1900, INSURANCES, and they will receive direct as advantageous terms (by way of commission, 'etc.) as can pos»s:bly accrue under any scheme 01 Collective Insurance by any Associations with other Insuraiice Companies. F. W. DEAMER, District Manager. Canterbury Branch— 203 Hereford street, Chriatchurch. 8029J? , ELECTION NOTICES. CHRISTCHURCH ELECTORATE. TO THE ELECTORS,— ' j T ADIEiS and GENTLEMEN,—To shoV I a-tn consistent, and no vote splitter or private interests to serve, I beg to withdraw my candidature, and thank moat sincerely these who premised ma support. At the same time, I announce my intention to be a Candidate at next General Election. 8337 . WM. HOBAN. MEETINGS. &c. METAPHYSICAL CLUB—The New' Quarter 01 the Metaphysical "Ciub will commence oa r WEDN£SDAY, July 10th, when Mr O'Bryoa ■H«ere,-isill--.eive a Course of Lectur?3 on *£Ehe PrelimiiiaryStnaiee-tiii-iten-, tal Science.*!.*. \ 8115 -..r.' ptHUBCH OF CHRIST, Durham street South—Special Mission by Mr Turner, Evangelist, Wanganui, EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK execept Saturday. Subjoct To-uight: "Christianity." '" 8447 THE NEW ZEALAND FARMERS' COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION OF CANTERBURY, LIMITED. THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of Shareholders will be held in the Association's Rooms, Cashel street, on SATURDAY,. 13th July next, at 1 o'clock p.m. Business— 1. To receive ."Directors' Report and Statement of Accounts for Vu> year ending , 31 si May, -1901. 2. To receive Scrutineers' Report of the Election of Seven Directors from the following candidates:—Retiring DirectorsMessrs S. Bailey, W. Boag, D. Buddo, John Holmes, J. J. Herrick, R. Morrish. John Rennie. Other nominations —Messrs S. Coleman, L. Matson, F. W. Smith-Ansted. Voting papers to reach head office not later than noon ou THURSDAY, 11th July next. 3. To elect Auditors.
ROBT. HARDIE, Secretary. 26th June, 1901. 7542 OHRISTCHURCH ELECTORATE. MR CHARLES TAYLOR will ADDRESS the .'ELECTORS at the Foresters' Ha | Yogei street, Kichmond, on. WEDNESDAY, July 10th, at 8 p.m. Meeting of Mr Taylor's Friends and Supporters' will be held at the close of Address. 8457 CHRISTCHURCH ELECTORATE. TUTR GEORGE J. SMITH will ADDRESS the ELECTORS ac under: — TO-NlGHT—State School, Waltham. WEDNESDAY—ChoraI Hall, City." ■THURSDAY—SeIwyn street School, Addington. FRIDAY—Public Library, Knightstown. Chair to be taken at 8 p.m. each evening. Central Committee Rooms—Bowxon's Buildings. 8454 ELECTORATE. MR A. H. TURNBULL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS at the following places: — TO-NIGHT, TUESDAY, July 9th—Knightstown Library. T. H. Davey, Esq., Mayor of St. Albans will take the chair, at 8 p.m. "WEDNESDAY, July 10th—Women's Political Association, Hobbs's Buildings, 8 p.m. THURSDAY, July 11th—Theatre Royal, Gloucester street. FRIDAY, July 12th—Merivale Schoolroom MONDAY, July loth—Foresters' Hall, Vog*l street, Richmond TUESDAY, July 16th—Methodiit Schoolroom, Selwyn street WEDNESDAY, July 17—Druids' Hall, Colombo road, Sydenham. * Chair will be taken each evening at 8 p.m. MEETINGS OF MR TURXBULL'S FRIENDS and SUPPORTERS Will be held at the Close of each Address. Central Committee Rooms, Inglis's Buildings. ■ _ * 8116 ! . . j ST. AUGUSTINE MASONIC LODGE, NO. 4. ; THE REGULAR COMMUNICATION will be held THIS (TUESDAY) j EVENING, at the St. Augustine Hall, l£anchesfer. street, at 7JO pjn. Brethren of other Lodges and Constitutions j cordially invited. j By command of the W.M. , i GEORGE W. HULME, Secretary. Christcburch, July 9tß, 1901. 8389 LOST AND FOUND. j :•__ _, :—: .. • --' -''■■■ .-'■ - - - •! LOST, on Saturday, between Chester street end Cashel street, ENVEL- ••?£, containin"' sum of-money. Fin&jr rewarded on ap- i plication to Office. 8435 "POUND, a Yellow and White Spaniel DOG. J? If not claimed by July 12th will be sold : to defray expenses. JDallejr'a Blacksmith's Shoe*, LjtttUon. H» i
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