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QUAETER DAY, 25th MAECH, 1885. SUN FIRE OFFICE, LONDON. Established 1710. Snm Insnred in the year 1883, £310,421,000. INSURERS whose Polioies expire on the 25th instant are reminded that Renewed Premiums should bo paid on or before that date. This Company is prepared to accept risks on property at the lowest current rates of premium. J. H. BETHUNE & CO., Agents. THE VICTORIA INSURANCE COMPANY (Limited.) QUARTER DAY, 2oth MABCH, 1885. INSURERS whose Polioies expire as above, are reminded that their Renewal Premiums ahould be paid on or before Wednesday, the 25th instant. LEVIN & CO., Agenta. COLONIAL INSUEANCE COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND. QUARTEE DAY, 25th MAECH. POLICYHOLDERS are reminded that Wednesday, 25th instant, is Quarter Day, and that all insurances oan be renewed at lowest current rates. GEO. H. HAEBEOE, Manager Wellington Bronoh. STANDARD FIRE AND MAEINE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND. I BEG to remind all Polioyholdera in the above Company that Wednesday next, the 25th inst., is Quarter Day, and that all insurances can be effected at loweat current rates. W. R. WATERS, Agent for Wellington Diatriot, No. 18, Lambton-quay. Telephone, No. 64. THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSUEANCE COMPANY. INSUEEES whoao Policies expire on the 25th instant, ore reminded that Renewal Premiums should be paid on or before that date. AH olasses of risks accepted at the lowest rates. EDWAED PEARCE, Agent. NOEWICH UNION FffiE INSUBANCE COMPANY. Established 1797. LOSSEBPAID £5,000,000. QUAETEB DAY, 25th MABCH. TNSURERS whoße Eenowal Premiums X become due this quarter are reminded that thov should bo paid on or before Wednesday, the 25th inst. Losses in Wellington are settled by the agenta here with promptitude and liberality. Agents — BENJAMIN SMITH & CO., 40, Lambton-quay. IMPERI4L FIEE INSURANCE COMPANY. Losses Pad £7,000,000 InvfitedEoucl<j ... £1,989,4 CD ¦pOLICY-HOLDEES are reminded tHt X WEDNESDAY, 25th iußt., is Quarterday, and that all Insurances oan 00 renewed at lowest current rates. A. J. M'TAVISH, Agent, 13, Lambton Quay. HANSEATIC FIRE INSUEANCE COMPANY OF HAMBUBG. POLTCSHOLDEES are reminded that WEDNESDAY, 25th instant, is Qr-w-ter Day, and that el inauranon opn be renewed at lowest cm rent rates. A. J. M'TAVISH, General Agent for N.Z., 13 1 imbton-qnay. SOUTH PACIFIC LOAN AND INVESTMENT COMPANY (Limitm). NOTICE TO SHAEEHOLDEES. rjPHE Annual General Meeting of Sharem holders of the above Company will be held in the Beohabite Hall, Manners-street, on FRIDAY, the 27th instant, at 7 p.m. Business : To receive Auditors' Report and Balancesheet for the year ending 28th February, 1885 ; and General. JAS. JAMIESON, Seoretary. ODDFELLOWS' HALL, Lower Hutt. The Ball which was to have taken place at the above hall on the 17th instant, but was postponed owing to the bad weather, will bo held on Wednesday, 25th March. Danoing to commence at 8.30 p.m. Tiokets (double), ss ; extra lady, 2s Gd. Original tioketa available. P. M'ILVRIDE, Seoretary. HUTT SMALL FARM ASSOCIATION. A MEETING of those interested in the formation of the above Association will meet at the Meohanica' Institute, Lower Hutt. on TUESDAY EVENING next, at 7.30. W. A. FITZHERBERT, Hon. Sec, pro, tern. EVENING CLASSES for Chemistry (theoretioal and praotioal) will be opened early next month, at my Laboratory, Riddiford-street, Newtown. C. HULKE, F.C.S.S., Lond. and Germany. NOTICE. WELLINGTON POULTEY, PIGEON, AND CANAEY ASSOCIATION. \ MEETING of the members of the above XjL Association will be held at Mr. D. D. Hyde's, Lambton Quay, on TUESDAY, 24th Maroh. All persons interested in the above are invited to attend at 8.15 p.m. FUNEEAL NOTICE. THE Friends of Mr. HENEY GEOBGE CLABIDGE, are rcnpeotfuUy invited to attend the Funeral of his deceased Daughter, whioh wi'l leave his residence, Tinakori-road (for tho Cemeteiy),on TUESDAY AFTBENOON, 2ith Maroh, at 4 o'olt )k. WM. EADES, Undbiuaker, Cuba-street. NEW ZEALAND PUBLIC WORKS. ROADS AND BRIDGES, OTAGO. BEAUMONT BRIDGE SUPERSTRUCTURE CONTRACT. Public Works Office, Wellington, 20th March, 1885. RTTTEN TENDERS will bo received at this office until Noon of FRIDAY, the 17th April, 1885, for the above Contract. They aro to be marked on the outside " Tender for Beaumont Bridge Superstructure Contract," and addressed to tho Hon. the Minister for Public Works, Wellington. Telegraphic tenders, similarly marked and addressed, will be received if presented at any Telegraph Office by Noon of the same date, provided that written tenders are lodged at any District or Resident Engineer's Office by the same hour. Drawings, specifications, and general conditions may be seen at this office, and at the Public Works Offices Auckland, Christchuxch, Dunedin, and Invercargill. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By command. JOHN BLACKETT, Engineer-in-Chief. TO BUILDEES. fTIENDEBS are invited np to noon of tho I 4th April for tho erection of two shops in Cuba-street. Plans and specifications to be seen, and tenders deposited with FBEDK. MITCHELL, Architect, Cuba-street. TO BRICKLAYERS. TENDERS wanted (for labour only) to build two chimneyß, set two ranges and two coppers, at Tory Place, off Torystreet. TO LET. THE Offioe lately oooupied by J. T. Marshall, Commission Agent, Evening Post Chambers. Apply to BLUNDELL BEOS.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Post, Volume XXIX, Issue 68, 23 March 1885

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Evening Post, Volume XXIX, Issue 68, 23 March 1885

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