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gPBIiIO NOTICES. TRAGHAN'S Bottled Ale.—Special Brews I 7 now ready. Result: Daily increasing I trasineati I PAPER for Wrapping-up Jb'or Sale. Apply I STAB Office. Bond str-o+ , I YDROLEINE SOAP has proved a Great Success. Washes Clothes without rubbing; no soda or soap powder required; It leaves the Clothes White as Snow. Unsurpassed for Cleaning Wood and Paint Work.'_ TRY IT! , OTAQO AGENTS: JAS. BROWN AND CO., Bond street, Dunedin. AMERICAN RUBBER TYPE, STAMPS, AND INKS, RUBBER SIGN MARKERS, BRASS PLATES, STENCILS, Eto. EMNITZ AND NICHOLSON Enqbavebs, dowlino btbket (opposite clty hall). THE CELEBRATED &V&ST*t& TOBACCO-COS TOBACCO. New Shipment Just Landed. MENDELSOHN AND SON, Sole Agents for N.Z. EW ZEALAND ELEOTRO-PLATING .1 WORKS, Dunedin 126 George street Dunedin, Telephone 898. R. LAING MaNAQEB. A single article Plated with Silver, Gold, or Nickel at Wholesale Price, and made _ equal to new. » ; Piano Brackets, Fenders and Irons, Chandeliers, etc., Relacquered or Rebronzed. • OOKBINDING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. BOOKS, MAGAZINES, OR MUSIC Tastefully Bound in Cloth, Half Roan, Half Calf, Full Calf, or Morocco. LAW BINDING A SPECIALTY. Account Books Manufactured to Order. Commercial Stationery of every description. Stephens's Inks, Meek's Inks, Arnold's LETTS'S DIARIES FOR 1898. ALEXANDER SLIGO, 42 George street, Dunedin. DRINK ONLY mmmmmmmm PURE CEYLON OR BLENDED TEAS. THE "RECORD" BLEND! 00 D LUCK" TEA. Pure Blended Indian and Ceylon. AUCK/ No. 1, Is lOd ; No. 2, 2s per lb. ASK FOR IT, AND HAVE NO OTHER. WILLIAM TAYLOR, ' Proprietor, CRAWFORD STREET. 1 INSURANCE NOTICES. ORWIOH UNION FIRE INSURANCE sociEry. INSURANCES effected at Lowest Current Rates. LOSSES from Fire and Lightning covered. Claims settled with Promptitude and Liberality. Agents for Otago: THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, RATTRAY STREET DUNRDTN, AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. New Zealand Branch: Head Office, Custom-house Quay, Wellington. Local Board of Directors : The Hon. Morgan S. Grace, M.D., C.M.G., M.L.O. (Chairman). The Hon. Charles J. Johnston, M.L.C. (DeputyChairman). Alfred De Bathe Brandon, Esq. The Hon. Edward Richardson, C.M.G., M.L.C. John Duncan, Esq. THE OLDEST, WEALTHIEST, AND MOST PROSPEROUS AUSTRALIAN LIFE OFFICE, AND THE LARGEST IN THE BRITISH EMPIRE. The Only Mutual Life Office Which declares A BONUS EVERY YEAR. •The Method of Valuation adopted by this Society is of the Most Stringent Character, and ensures a Larger Reserve to meet Liabilities than that held by any other office in the Australasian Colonies. ACCUMULATED FUND EXCEEDS £13,750,000 (THIRTEEN AND THREE-QUARTER MILLIONS STERLING). ANNUAL INCOME EXCEEDS £2,000,000 (TWO MILLIONS) POLICIES IN FORCE... Sum Assured ... Cash Bonuses Divided ... 128,996 ... £40,731,231 ... £7,276,902 BONUSES: CASH BONUS for ONE Year (1896), £128,796, yielding Reversionarv Bonuses amounting to £830,000, after making SPECIAL RESERVES. CASH BONUSES declared for last FIVE Years over TWO MILLIONS, yielding Reversionary Bonuses exceeding FOUR MILLIONS. " ASSURE YOUR LIFE "" In the . A.M.P. SOCIETY, And secure a BONUS EVERY YEAR. EXPENSES of MANAGEMENT, 8| PER CENT, on the TOTAL INCOME. EDWARD W. LOWE, Resident Secretary, B. R. STOCK, District Secretary, Branch Office: CUSTOM-HOUSE QUAY, WELLINGTON. District Office: PRINCES AND DOWUNG STREETS, '

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10470, 13 November 1897

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