INSURANCE. THE AUSTKALASIAN FIRE, LIFE, AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. BEAD OFFICE— MELBOURNE. FIRE BRANCH. "POLICIES granted on every description of JL property at current tates. MARINE BRANCH. Risks taken on Goods either Foreign or Coast-wise j also, on Hulls of Steamers or Sailing Vessels. LIFE BRANCH. The undersigned are now also prepared to receive proposals for Life Insurance." (Policies being granted by this Company on most favorable terms.) For forms of proposal and further particulars, apply to W. & G. TURNBULL & CO., Agents. November 28, 1864
fTIHE OTAGO FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. Trustees :— E. B. Cargill | Thomas Dick Directors :—: — John Cargill J. B. Mudie Alfred Cleve H. Houghton Thomas Dick Ed. M'Glashan Win. Hepburn Alex. M'Kinnon Auditors :—: — C. H. Street | A. W. Morris Bankers : — THE BANK OF OTAGO (LIMITED), Solicitor s— James Smith. This Company is prepared to take fire and marine risks at current rates. Forms of propssal, and all necessary information, can be obtained at the Company's Offices, Lambton Quay, Wellington. E. W. MILLS, Agent.
mERMS FOR ADVERTISING IN THE "EVENING' POST:" First insertion, Two Shillings and Six Pence per inch. Second insertion, One Shilling and Six Pence per inch. Large Advertisements as per agreement. Business address £1 ss. per Month. C. CAMPBELL, PRACTICAL WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER, (From Eainburgh, Victoria, & Otago,) LAMBTON QUAY, near Mr. Warmoli's WELLINGTON. For Sale, some first-class English Lever Watches, Jewelry, Clocks, &c. Every description of Watches and Clocks accurately repaired, and guaranteed to perform well. Engraving done, Jewelry repaired, Spectacles for Sale, &c, &c.
MR. W. ROBERTSON, AUCTIONEER, Wellington. Horses and Fat Stock purchased for Shipment. Sales on Saturdays, at 2 o'clock. INKLATER AND C O. Machinists and Zinc Workebs, Willis-street, (Opposite Mr. Borlase's Office.) Bell Hanging, Spouting, and Stove Piping made to order.
(CLEANLINESS. — A Stove most brilJ liantly polished in two minutes for less than one farthing. W. G. Nixey's celebrated registered Black Lead. A new domestic discovery I Cannot be wasted, and is a preservative of furniture from the injurious effects of the common articles now in use, as it creates no dust, and requires comparatively no labor. Sold everywhere, in solid blocks, Id., 2d., 4d., and Is. The advantages of this elegant Chemical preparation are great saving of time, cleanliness of application, smallness of quantity required, and the prevention of waste, dust, and its destructive consequences. Further, it ultimately produces a pure metallic coat#of a high degree of brilliancy and duraty reflecting both light and heat. 2, Soho square, London. Btfjse.
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Evening Post, Evening Post, Issue 113, 20 June 1865
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