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ELECTION OF DIEECTOBB UNDEB THE NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT INSURANCE ASSOCIATION ACT, 1884. "\TOnCE is hereby given that the ElecI^l tion of Three Direotors to serve as Members of the Board constituted under the New Zealand Government Insuranoe Association Aot, 1884, will be held at Wellington on WEDNESDAY, the 7th day of January, 1885. All Nominations of Candidates must be in the following form : — "To the Presiding Officer for election of Directors of the New Zealand Government Life Insurance Association, Wellington. " We, the undersigned, being each of full age, and qualified to vote at elections of Direotors under the New Zealand Government Life Insurance Association Act, 1884, do hereby nominate* , of , as a Candidate for the office of a Direotor of the Government Life Insurance Association. "Dated this day of ,1884. "HolderofPoiicyNoV . " Holder of Polioy No. " I hereby consent to this nomination. "Candidate. * " Name in full, and residence and occupation of the candidate." Suoh nominations must be sent by post, addressed to the Presiding Officer, or delivered, so addressed, at the Government Insurance Office, Wellington, so as to reach him before noon of the 20th day of Deoember, 1884. Voting papers can be obtained, by Polioyholders entitled to vote at the eleotion, from the office of the Government Insurance Department at Wellington, or from any District Agsnt or Resident Agent of such Department, or at any Post Office agency of the said Department. Attention is called to the extraots from the Aot at foot of this notioe. Dated this day of December, 1884 F. E. CAMPBELL, Presiding Officer. N.B. — Any person, whether a Polioyholder or not, shall bo eligible for the office of Director.— -Seotion 16 of Aot. Every holder of a policy, if of full age, and insured under suoh polioy for not less than one hundred pounds, and whioh has been in existence for six months, shall be qualified to vote at any eleotion of a Direotor, and shall have at each suoh eleotion as many votes as there are candidates to ba then eleoted, but shall not give more than one vote for any of suoh Candidates. — Section 7 of Aot. ELECTION OFIMEECTdES] TO POLICY-HOLDEES IN THE GOVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE ASSOCIATION. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I am a Candidate for a Seat on the Central Board of the Association, and have the honour to soliot your votes and interest. I am one of the earliest Polioy-holders, and venture to hope that I am sufficiently well and favourably known to warrant my asking you to return me as one of your representatives. I have the honour to be, Yours obediently, E. W. MILLS. Wellington, 27th November TO THE POLICY-HOLDERS IN THE NEW, ZEALAND GOVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE ASSOCIATION. ELECTION OF DIRECTORS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN— I beg to offer myself as a candidate to represent you on the Central Board of the Association. I am a Polioy-holder in the Association, and insured for the full amount taken on any life, and I have, therefore, a large concern in its good management. I possess a considerable knowledge of the recent working of the Association, and take a great interest in it, and I believe that my professional knowledge and experience will be of benefit to the Board and to yourselves. If you elect me my best efforts will be direoted to further the advancement of the Association and to promote the interests of the Polioy-holders. I am, yours obediently, H. D, BELL. TO THE POLICY-HOLDKRS IN THE GOVERNMENT LIFE ASSURANCE ASSOCIATION LADIES & GENTLEMEN,— I beg to offer myself as a Candidate for a seat in the Central Board of the Association. lam (so far) the only candidate having experience of the working of the business of Life Assuranqe in the oity of Wellington, with ample time at my disposal, to devote to the neoessary interests of the Polioyholders, and therefore seek the honour of your votes. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours respeotfully, HENRY KEMBER, Aooountant. Grey-street, Wellington, 10th Dec, 1884. GOVERNMENT LIFE INSUEANCE. TO THE POLICY-HOLDEES. LADIES and GENTLEMEN-I have the honour to announce myself as a Candidate for a seat on the Central Board of the Association. For several years I had a share in the working of a profitably conduoted Life Insurance Company in London, and this experience, combined with my oommaroial knowledge and extensive business connection throughout New Zealand, would, if I am eleoted, be at your service to advanoe the Association' b beßt interests. Physical disability prevents my beooming a Polioy-holder, but this would only be a strong incentive to further such a beneficent institution aa that of Life Insuranoe. Soliciting your confidence, I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours Respeotfully, JOSEPH KITCHEN. TO THE POLICY-HOLDEBS IN THE NEW ZEALAND LIFE INSUEANCE ASSOCIATION. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN-I most respeotfully beg to intimate that I am a oondidate for a seat on the Central Board of the Association at Wellington. I have been, in common with other candidates for this honour, an agent for a Life Insuranoe Company, but this I do not hold to be a neoessary qualification for a Direotor. I trust that I am possessed of business qualities, independent of this, sufficient to make me believe that I will be of great service to the polioy-holders in the Association. I now have the honour to solioit your votes, and in return would assure you that my time and experience will be ever at your oontmand. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, 1 Your obedient servant, THOS. DWAN. TO THEHEMBEES OF THE GOVERNMENT LIFE INSUEANCE ASSOCIATION. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— You have now the privilege of electing three Direotors to represent your interests on the Central Board of the Insuranoe Association. I beg to offer my services as one of this three, to be chosen by yourselves for that purpose. I am, yours truly, W. CLARK. Lambton Quay, Wellington, 2nd Deoember. 1884. TO THE POLICY-HOLDERS IN THE GOVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE ASSOCIATION. f ADIES and GENTLEMEN-As a CanJJ didate for a Seat at the Board of Direotors, I beg to ask you for your Support at the approaching election. I have the honour to be, Yours obediently, H. J. L. AUGAEDE, Aooountant, Expert, and Valuer, Sworn Broker of the City of London. TO THE POLICY-HOLDERS IN THE GOVERNMENT LIFE ASSUBANCE ASSOCIATION. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I am a Candidate for a Seat on the Central Board of the above Association, and have the honour to solicit your votes and interest. For many years I have been a large insurer in the Department; my interests are identical with your own, and, if eleoted, you may rely upon my utmost endeavours to inorease the prosperity of the Department. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, . Yours obediently, W. B. EDWARDS. TO POLICY-HOLDERS NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT LIFE INSUBANCE ASSOCIATION. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN— At the request of numerous Polioy-holders, I have oonsented to become a Candidate for a seat on the Board of Dirootors of the abovo Association. lam, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours very truly, JAMES LOCKIE. NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT INSUEANCE ASSOCIATION. TO THE POLICYHOLDEES. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN— In compliance with a requisition signed by a large number of polioyholders, I beg to offer myself as a candidate for a seat on the Central Board of the Association. I am, yours obediontbr, G. BANDALL JOHNSON.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Post, Volume XXVIII, Issue 142, 12 December 1884

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