«& r “Tea taken at three o’clock “ in the afternoon is so re- “ freshing and invigorating “ that if tho little ceremony “ of afternoon tea has not had “ a place in your household “ schedule, let mo beg of you “ to install it at once.”—R. Lewis, in the ‘ Housewife.’ •T Is essentially tho Toa for Afternoons. It is a dainty, high-class Tea—pure, rich, wholesome—which makes a beverage that everyone enjoys.
SECURE A SHARE OF THE PROFITS OF THE Australian Mutual Provident Society For the CURRENT YEAR by EFFECTING A LIFE ASSURANCE POLICY with that Office BEFORE THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. The following are a few ACTUAL EXAMPLES of BONUSES declared as at 31st December, 1913, on Whole-Life Policies, Table A, effected BONUSES VEST WHEN POLICIES HAVE BEEN TWO (2) YEARS IN FORCE. The amount of PROFIT distributed amongst POLICY HOLDERS for the ONE YEAR 1913 exceeded NINE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-THREE THOUSAND POUNDS CASH. REMEMBER the NAME OF OFFICE and ADDRESS, because NO OTHER OFFICE DIVIDES SUCH LARGE PROFITS. Branch Office—CUSTOM-HOUSE QUAY. WELLINGTON. Directors i The Hon C. J. JOHNSTON, M.L.C. (Chairman); A. db B. BRANDON, Esq. (Deputy-Chairman), JOHN DUNCAN, Esq., JOSEPH JOSEPH. Esq., and HAROLD BEAUCHAMP, Esq. EDWARD W. LOWE, Resident Secretary. Dunedin Distrjct Office— B. R. STOCK, Corner Princes and Dowling Streets. District Secretary. IL-. ■~ r ~ I r " y*uumt&mmS
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