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GOVERNMENT NOTICES. I f§ ' GOVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. LOANS ON MORTGAGE. From time to time a limited poition of the funds Is lent on first mortgago of freehold security, with option of repayment by fixed instalments, spread over 12,15, or 20 years. Half-yearly Payment Period of Loan— Twelve years Fifteen years Twenty years for each LIOO. £ b. d. ... 6 4 7 ... 5 8 9 ... 413 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, before 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 bo obtained. For full particulars 'as to loans, apply to the Head and Branch Offices Mid Tost Office?. F. W. FRANKLAND, . Actuary and Principal Officer. D. M. LUOKIR, Commissioner. 'IOVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. CHIEF ADVANTAGES. Low premiums and laige bonures. Funds kept in New Zealand. Claims paid immediately after proof of death, Most liberal conditions. Low New Zealand mortality. Economical management. State security. Total Sum Assured (including Bonus additions) .. ... £7,362,000 Total Funds (the whole invested in New Zealand), over ... 1,500,000 In addition to the abovo funds, the office has an Annual Ikcomk of over 282,000 The Surplus Cash Profits in 1885 were £242,550 OPENING OF TONTINE SAVINGS FUND SECTION. Tontine Savings Fund System Tolicios are now being issued. New Assurers and existing Assurance Policyholders will be allowed to join this section. All profits accruing after entering the section are set apart to be divided among the policyholders remaining in the section at the end of li-00, when liberal returns in cash are anticipated. The piinciples of the Tontine and mode of keeping accounts are not kept secret, as in case of other Tontines advertised. \* Information can be obtained at the Head Office and all Branches and Agencies, and also from the Travelling Agents of the Department. F. W. FRANKLAND, Actuary and Principal Officer. D. M. LUCKIE Commissioner. PUBLIC HOTIOEa. FROZEN LAMES. CHRISTMAS AKD NEW YEAR PRESENTS FOR HOMK. [AM now Booking Orders for my Annual Shipments as above. S. G. SMITH, City Butchery. JUST PUBLISHED-PRICE OMK SHILLING. , UR EYES, AND HOW TO USE THEM, | \_j with an Introduction on the Influence of j School Life on Sight and Health, by Wm. M. ! STENHOUSE, M. D., Honorary Physician Dun- I edin Hospital; and for some time Clinical Assistant Royal Ophthalmic Hospital, Moorfields, London; and at the Golden Square Throat Hospital. Dunedin: J. Wilkie and Co., and all bookaeUeis. WE LIVE TO DIE AND DYE TO LIVE. JK H O D E S , • DUNEDIN DYEWORKS, 116 George stroet, Dunedin, The only Practical Dyeing and Cleaning Works in Otago. Every description of dyeing and cleaning done carefully and well. [THOMSON, BRIDGER, AND CO., Albert Buildings, Princes street (Opposite General Post Office). JUST LANDED (ex Ruapehu) a Selection of every Requisite for LAWN TENNIS, CRICKET, and BOWLS, From the Best Makers, including— SLAZENGER TENNIS RACQUETS, BALLS, AND NETS, COBBETI'S AND FELTHAM'S BATS, DUKE'S BALLS, TAYLOR'S BOWLS, WICKETS, PADS, GLOVES, Etc.

OHN GILL IKS, v FURNITURE WAREHOUSF, 18 George street, Dunedin, Has Jußt Opened out a fine New Lot of French and Half-tester Bedsteads in black and gold; also, Carpets, Rugs, Carpet Squares (with borders), Linoleums and Floorcloths (up to 12ft wide), Reversible Hood Perambulators, Spring Mattresses and Bedding (new and sweet, made at our Factory). Furniture Supplied on Time Payment. Everybody invited to Call and See our large Stock at 18 George street. OTAGO IRON, COPPER, BRASS, AND LEAD WORKS. Established 1862. A AND T. BURT, A_« Engineers and Ibonfounders, PLUMBERS, BRASSFOUNDERS, COPPERSMITHS, GASFITTERS, BELLHANGERS, AND ELECTRO-PLATERS OF IRON, BRASS, AND COPPER GOODS. Gas Stoves for Cooking, Heating, Boiling, and Ironing purposes; also Bath Heaters. Agents for the Pulsoroeter Pump Co., Engelbert s Celebrated Cylinder and Machinery Oils, Stocks always on hand. A. AND T. BURT. "WON'T YOU BUY MY PRETTY FLOWERS ?" FLOWER SEEDS. FLOWER SEEDS. PARCEL containing 100 packets freshly , saved Flower Seeds will bo sent post free on receipt of two shillings and sixpence. The following are contained in the parcel:—Convolvulus, Major and Minor, 10 varieties; Clarkia, 6 varieties; Candytuft, 7 varieties; Larkspur, 5 varieties; Mignonetto, 5 varieties; Lupin, 4 varieties; Gilia, 6 varieties ; Collinsia, 3 varieties; Catchfly, 2 varieties; Carnation, Canterbury Bell, Campanula, 2 varieties; Bartonia, China Aster, Columbine, Snapdragon, 2 varieties; Ice Plant, Everlasting Flowers, Godetia, 2 varieties; EEchscholtzia, 2 varieties; Erysiunun, 2 varieties; Foxglove, 2 varieties; Wallflower, 3 varieties; Chinese Pink Crucianella, Venus Looking-glass, 3 colors; Valerian, Sweet William, Ten Week Stock, Princes Feather Poppy, 4 varieties; Spanish fink, Pheasant Eyed Pink, Indian Pink, Sweet Pea, Nemoplula, 2 varieties; Nasturtium, 2 varieties; Virginian Stock, white and red; Linum Grandiflorum, 2 varieties; Love Lies Bleeding, white and red. R. MEREDITH, Grocer and Provision Merchant, TAY STREET, INVEROARGILL. AKEN from my Shop last week, 2,0001b of the best Sausages in Town. Cole, Hanover street.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8054, 2 November 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 8054, 2 November 1889

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