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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7988, 17 August 1889
DRAPERY. r ERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO. NEW SEASON'S GOOOS. We have just received, ex Tongariro, a shipment of the reo.su Fashionable Fancy Black Dress Materials procurable in the English and Foreign Markets, including— BLACK OKOSS-STITOH BORDERED EOBES. BLACK BRAIDED ROBES. ' BLACK EMBROIDERED ROBES. BLACK APPLIQUE C iZE DE LAINE KOBE?. BLACK ARABESQUE CASHMERE. BLACK MOIRE STRIPED CASHMERE. BLACK DIAGONAL CASHMERE. BLACK ARABESQUE CREPE DEL\INE. Our Black Fel Cashmures and Merinos are the i-ams quotations as last season (in spit * of the heavy advance in wool), our orders having i been placed veiy early. Wo are advised from London that Black | Costumes were never eo fashionable as at i present. Ladies wishing to seo the Largest Variety and the Best Value Procurable, wid do well to INSPECT OUR STOCK. HERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO. CARPET DEPARTMENT. In this Department wo are now showing a Stock which, for quality, variety, and choiceness of design, i 3 unapproachable in Now Zealand. Wo have at present an excellent assortment of Eastern Rugs and Mats, comprising amongst others tho following : Persian Rugs Anatolian Kugs Mirzipore Rugd Tunjoro Rugs Turkey Rugs Dagbestan Rugs Burmah Rugs Mecca Rugs And a variety of other Rugs and Mats in all the most recent novelties. FURNISHING DEPARTMENT. We have just opened, ex s.s. Coptic, a large parcel of CURTAINS for Winter use. These, in addition to our formerly extensive stock, placa us in a position to confidently affirm that I never before has such variety or valuo boen obtainable in Dunedir.. We note as under a fsw of the novelties in CURTAINS to which I SIf.K DAM V«K CURTAINS ARRAS T AP2S TRY CU RTAINS CHENILLE STRIPE CURTAIN 3 BURMESE TAPESTRY CURTAINS INDIAN CRhPE CURTAINS HOLYKOOD TAPESTRY CURTAINS And, in addition to the above, a very largo stock, in all qualities of Madras Muslin, Kstameno, Purl, Laco, Tapestry, and other Curtains. Materials for D'or Curtains and Hall Portidres in Plushotto, Cross Stripes, and Ait Sorgo. Window Poles and patent self-acting Door Rods in great vat iety HERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO, GOVERNMENT NOTICES, GOVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE _ r DEPARTMENT. LOANS ON MORTGAGE. From time to time a limited portion of the funds is lent on first mortgage of freehold security, with option of repayment by fixed instalments, spread over 12,15. or iO years. Half-yearly Payment Period of Loan— Twelve years Fifteen yeaw Twenty years for each LIOO. £ s. d. ... (i 4 7 ...5 8 9 ... 4 13 8 Loans repayable by instalments whereby principal and interest are both liquidated within a given time, and on terms of a most favorable character, present marked advantages to settlers and others. The borrower may. beforo the expiry of the full period, redeem the loan, with or without notice, on terms which can be ascertained at this office, or at any of the offices of this Department, where also forms of application can be obtained. For full particulars as to loans, apply to the Head and Branch Offices and Po=.t Offices'. F. W. FRANKLAND, Actuary and Principal Officer. D. M. LUCKIE, Commissioner. GOVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. CHIEF ADVANTAGES, Low premiums and hvge bonures. Funds kept in New Zealand. Claims paid immediately after proof of death. Most liberal conditions. Low Now Zealand mortality. Economical management. State security. Total Sum Assured (including Bonus addition*.) £7,362,000 Total Funo3 (the whole invested in Now Zealand), over ... 1,500,000 In addition to the above funds, tho office has an Annual Income of over 282,000 The Surplus Cash Profits in 1885 were £242,556 OPENING OF TONTINE SAVINGS FOND SECTION. Tontine Savings Fund System Policio3 are now being issued. New Assurers and existing Assurance Policyholders will be allowed to join this section. All profits acoiuing after entering the section aicMtaput to be divided among tho policyholders remaining in tho section at the end of 1' 00, when liberal returns in cash aro anticipated. . , The principles of the Tontine and mode of keeping account are not kept secret, as in case of other Tontines advertised. \* Information can be obtained at tho Head Office and all Branches and Agencies, and also from tho Travelling Agents of the Department. F. W, FRANKLAND, Actuary and Principal Officer. D. M. LUCKIE Commissioner. wastes. RANTED, Loan L 2.000 (first-class City v 1 Freehold) at 5 per cent.; L 5.000 security. " Security," Stau Office. «. ft tjwiik l'U h&H'D on apprcral Kitabvia 'M Sow.ritlc3, iiTOtra AND SIOND7, Solloltore 123 Prineoa street, Dunedit. "ONEY To Lend (LIOO up to L 3.000) on teveral Sums to Lend on Bills of B<Uo at car rent rates. Apply to Jas, Whyte, Rattray street, Dunedln, THE PERPETUAL TRUBTEKS, ESTATE AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND (Limited) baa Money to Lend, on Freehold Security. ' 1 WALTER BISLOP, Manager,
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