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NEW CiERTAINLV the host medicine known la J Sander and Sons’ EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Teat its incomparably powerful effects in Coughs, Colds, Influenza; the relief la instantaneous. In serious cases and accidents of all kinds, be they wounds, burns, scoldings, bruises, sprains, It is the safest remedy—no swelling, no inflammation. Like surprising effects produced In Croup, Diphtheria, Bron chitis, Inflammation of the Lungs, Swellings, etc.. Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Diseases of the Kidneys and Urinary Organs. In use at ail hospitals and medical clinics [ patronised by flis Majesty the King of Italy; crowned with medal and diploma at International Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust in an approved article and reject ail others. GOODS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS NOW BEING OPENED. N. z. Oi.OTHINO FACTORY, OCTAGON. WASTE PAPER FOR SALE in lots to suit purchasers. Apply STATI Oftirn rphe union bank of Australia, limited. BALANCE-SHEET, 28th FEBRUARY, 1897, Capital... Less: Reserve liability LIABILITIES. £4.500 000 3,000,000 Paid up... Reserve fund Invested as per contra ... ... ... ... £500,000 Balance employed in the business of the Bank... ... 250 000 Contingent account Circulation ... ... ... ... ... Deposits (including inscribed stock deposits) ... Bills payable and other liabilities (including reserves held against ‘doubtful debts) Balance of undivided profits ... ... £1,500,000 0 0 750,000 0 0 250,000 0 0 495.782 0 0 16,353,325 12 5 2,475,974 15 4 62,067 1 10 £21,867,149 9 7 ASSETS. Specie on hand, and cash balances Bullion on hand and in transitu ... ... ... ... ' ' Money at call and short notice in London ... ... ... ... Investments— Consols, and other stocks of, or guaranteed by, the Imperial Government ... ... ... ... £691,975 10 6 India Government sterling stocks and Indian Railway guaranteed stocks ... ... ... ... 157,049 Q 6 British municipal and colonial and foreign Government stocks and debentures ... ... ... ... 211,902 8 7 £3,829,816 15 5 188.E66 18 8 390,000 0 0 Reserve fund— Consols ... ... ... ... £200.000 0 0 Local loans—lmperial Government stock 150,000 0 0 India Government sterling stock ... 100,000 0 0 Turkish stock guaranteed by Great Britain and Franco ... ... 50,000 0 0 1,070,926 19 7 500,000 0 0 Bills receivable, loans, and other securities at London office ... Bills discounted, bills receivable, loans, and other securities at the branches ... Bank premises and property in the colonies London leasehold premises ... ... ... ... £141,772 5 4 Reserve against same ... ... £11,663 19 0 Six months’ interest thereon at 3£ per cent. ... ... ... ... 204 2 5 1,570.926 19 7 2,928,2 V 716 6 12,217,316 12 11 612,080 2 7 129,904 3 11 £21,867,149 9 7 STATEMENT OF PROFITS. Balance of undivided profits at 31st August, 1896 ... Out of which a dividend was declared of ... £61,988 12 4 37,500 0 0 Leaving a balance of Profits of the past half-year, after making provision in respect of bad and doubtful debts ... ... Less— Remuneration to the local directors, and salaries and allowances to the colonial staff General expenses in the colonies, including rent, taxes, stationery, etc. Remuneration to the Board of directois and auditors, salaries of London office staff, rent, taxes, stationery, and general expenses Income tax ... £4,488 12 4 £149,442 13 4 £69,109 14 2 26,482 18 11 15,230 1,041 111,864 3 10 37.578 9 6 Balance of undivided profits at this date ... £62,067 1 1' London, 15tb July, 1897. ARTHUR FLOWER 1 C. E. BRIGHT W. E. MEWBURN, Manager. H. P. STURGIS J T. O. O. SAUNDERS, Accountant. We beg to report that we have verified the cash, investments, bills of exchange, and other assets in London, and have had access to the accounts sent to London from the various branches in the colonies, and having examined the same, and the books and accounts of the London Office, we are of opinion that the above balance-sheet is a full and fair balance sheet, properly drawn up so as to exhibit a true and correct view of the state of the Company’s affairs as shown bv the bonks of the Company. WHINNEY, SMITH, AND WHINNEY, ) . ~4 Chartered Accountants, f Auditors,

HIGH AUTHORITY ON WAI • RONGOA MINERAL WATER. Bottled only at Springs, Wal-Rongoa. The * New Zealand Medical Journal ’ says ; “ In regard to the Water itself, as a table beveage it can be confidently recommended. Beantifully cool, clear, and effervescing, the taste clean, with just sufficient chalybeate astringency to remind one that there are healing virtues as well as simple refreshment in the liquid, this Mineral Water ought soon to become popular amongst all who can afford the very slight cost entailed.” We supply the Dunedin and Wellington Hospitals, the Union Company’s entire fleet, and Bellamy’s with our Pure Mineral Water. Specially-made Soda Water for Invalids. For Permit to visit Springs apply Dunedin Office. THOMSON AND CO. Office: Dunedin. PRINTING, MOUNTING. PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS. Fresh Stock P.O.P. in all-sized Packets. CAMERAS, PLATES, PAPERS. N.Z. CAMERA CO., OCTAGON, DUNEDIN. SPRING FASHIONS. D.I.C. THE COMPANY Are now showing a beautiful Assortment of all tho Latest Novelties. For the Best and Cheapest go to tho LEADING FASHION HOUSE. SPECIAL DRESSES SPECIAL MILLINERY SPECIAL MANTLES SPECIAL LACE GOODS SPECIAL TRIMMINGS SPECIAL SUNSHADES SPECIAL GLOVES AND HOSIERY. CROCKERY, FURNITURE, D GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHINGS. D.1.C., HIGH AND RATTRAY STREETS. P. LAING, Manager. 8. HALLENSTEIN, Chairman of Directors, Human hair store. Tails of Hair, 4s 6d to 40s. Ladies’ Cuttings and Combings worked up, 3s 6d to 6s fid. Wigs, Fringes, Frames, ete., etc,, always in Stock at London prices. Ladies’ Hair Cut and Singed, la. fj. M‘QUEEN, 52 and 54 George street. N.B.—The oldest established Business in Dunedin. PUBLIC NOTICE. mHB EVENING STAR RUNNERS’ SOCIETY Deliver Bills, Circulars, Flans etc., from house to house, in any district bn Dunedin and Suburbs, from Is fid pet 100, Pbintino by the Evening Stah Office. For information, etc., apply to tho PubEsher, office of this paper.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 10420, 15 September 1897

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