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AGGREGATE BALANCE'SHEET OF THE BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, 30th SEPTEMBER, 1914. LIABILITIES. £ s. d. Notes is circulation ... 287,655 0 0 Deposits, Accrued Interest, end Rebate ...36,722,127 6 8 £ ». Bill* Payable and other liabilities (which include Reserves held for Doubtful • Debts and Amounts at Credit of Investments Fluctuation Account, Officers’ Fidelity Guarantee and Provident Fund. The Buck]and Fund, and amounts doe to other Banks) 6,594,815 13 Paid-up Capital 3,500,000 0 0 Reserve Fund 2,450,000 0 0 Profit and Low 315,729 0 9 Less Interim Dividend to 30th June, 1914 87,500 0 0 d. 8 9 9 £49,782,827 1 2 ASSETS. £ s. d. Coin, Bui- 1 lion, and Cash Balances ...12,828,662 I 7 A u a t ralian Commonwealth Notes 1,532,121 0 0 Q n e ensland Government Contingent LiabilitiesOutstanding Credits, as per Contra ... ... ... 1,010,346 13 9 Bills Discounted, and Loans and Advances to Customers Bank Premises . £ e. d. 21,779,988 11 2 f ,207,838 10 0 795,000 0 0 £49,782.827 1 2 Liabilities of Customers and others on Letters of Credit, as per Contra 1,010,346 18 9 £50,793,175 19 11 £50,795,173 19 11 Dr - PROFIT AND LOSS. 30th SEPTEMBER, 1914. Or £ s. d. To Interim Dividend for Quarter ended 30th June, 1914, at 10 per cent, per annum, paid in terms of Clause CV. of Deed of Settlement .... .- 87,500 0 0 Balance proposed to bo dealt with as follows: To Quarter’s Dividend to 30th September, 2914, at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum ... 87,500 0 0 To Augmentation of the Reserve Fund 50,000 0 0 to Balance carried forward 90,729 0 6 By Amount from last Account 69,403 1 10 By Balance of Half-year’s profits after deducting Rebate on Current Bills, Interest on Deposits, paying Note and Other Taxes, reducing valuation of Bank Promises, providing for Bad and Doubtful Debts, and fluctuations in the value of Investment Securities, and including Recoveries from Debts previously written off as bad 246,323 18 11 £315,729 0 9 £315,729 0 9 Dr RESERVE FUND, 30th SEPTEMBER, 1914. £ 8. d. To Balance ... 2,500,000 0 0 (Of which £750,000 is invested in British GovcrnmCfit Securities, and £500,000 in those of States where we are represented—in all, £1,250,000. The balance is employed in the business of the Bank.) By Balance By Amount from Profit and Loss ... ... Cr 2,450,000 0 6 50,000 0 0 £2,500,000 0 0 £2,500,000 0 0 By Balance ... „ £2,500,000 0 0 J. RUSSELL FRENCH, General Manager. ALFRED O. MILSON, W. K. SOUTHFRDEN. Chief Accountant. HARRINGTON PALMER, Audited 18th November, 1914. Auditors.

GREAT BRITAIN’S OPINION. WHO THEY ARE: I Bir CHARLES A. CAMERON, of Dublin. 0.8., M.D., F.E.C.P., F.R.C.8., F.1.C., Professor of Chemistry, R.C.5.1., Ex-president and Professor of Hygiene and Chemistry of the Royal College of Surgeons, and Public Analyst. E. GODWIN CLAYTON, of London, F.1.C., F.C.S.. Member of the Society of Public Analysts, Consulting Analyst. Bacteriologist, end As gayer, author of ‘A Compendium of Food Microscopy’ and other works. WHAT THEY SAY; Sir O. A. CAMERON’S OPINION. DUBLIN, January, 1911.—Tho Raspberry Vinegar manufactured by Messrs Thortoioa and 00., Dunedin, New Zealand, has the full and pleasant odor of fresh, rips raspberries. It contains tho extremely high proportion of 28.74 per cent, of grape sugar. I lucre never met with a better specimen of Raspberry Vinegar. Messrs Thomson and Co.'» preparation is exceptionally pure, and of fixst-rato quality. E. GODWIN CLAYTON’S OPINION. LONDON, December, 1910.—Thomsons’ Raspberry Vinegar was found to be characterised by an satisfactory raspberry flavor and the absence of preservatives, colorings, and mineral acids. This Raspberry can be affirmed to bo one of the best produces of tho kind that has been aubm tted tc me. Aniline dye tested for in all coses with negative results; mineral acids absent; metallic contaminations absent. Because of ita freedom from tho exceptionable components just mentioned, as well as from its characteristics generally, Messrs Thomson and Co.’s Raspbtrry Vinegar is of the first quality, and comes into the category of the highest class of such products. Bir 0. A. CAMERON’S OPINION. - DUBLIN, January, 1911.—1 have examined the Lime Cordial manufactured by Messrs Thomson and Co., Dunedin, New Zealand. This article contained the high proportion of 65.08 per cent, of extract, with all the characteristics of genuine lame Juice of the very best. This preparation is absolutely pure. E. GODWIN CLAYTONS OPINION. LONDON. December, 1910.—Thomsons' Lime Juice Cordial was notable for the distinctive and strongly-marked flavor of the limes, and for its freedom from extraneous constituents. It must be pronounced an excellent preparation. From its characteristics generally, and because of its freedom from exceptionable components, Messrs Thomson and Oo.’s Lime Juice Cordial is of the first quality. Sir C. A. CAMERON’S OPINION. DUBLIN, January, 1911.—1 have examined tho Ginger Wino manufactured by Messrs Thomson and Co., Dunedin, New Zealand. Thi.-s liquid yielded by evaporation the large amount of 22.12 per cent, of extract of the nature of Genuine Green Ginger Win®. It was an extremely good quality beverage. This preparation is of first-rate quality. E. GODWIN CLAYTON’S OPINION. LONDON, December, 1910.—Thomsons’ Green Ginger Wine, like the other samples analysed, was notably pure and free from adulterants, coloring matters, added acids, and‘the like. Because of ita freedom from the exceptionable components just mentioned, as well as from its characteristics generally, Messrs Thomson and Co.’s Ginger Wine comes into tho category of the highest class of such products. |3 SPECIAL GOLD MEDALS IN OPEN COMPETITION AGAINST THE WORLD. DJ.C. ’ FATHER XMAS 13 AT HOME DAILY AT THE D.1.C., With THOUSANDS OF TOYS AND GAMES FOB THE CHILDREN. WB SHALL BB CLOSED ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, AND OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY Until 9 o’clock. Dj.a DJ.C. DJ.C.

'A. B. J. BLAKELEY, DENTIST. BANK OF AUSTRALASIA, Comer of* Bond and Rattray streets (Next Telegraph Office). Telephone 1.859. CAMERAS CHEAP. OUR STOCK of SECOND-HAND end SHOP-WORN CAMERAS and AP PARATUS -will bo sold very Cheap. Develop ing end Printing quickly and well done. CAMERA COMPANY. Octagon. Dunedin. ' WASTE PAPER, •fTfTASTH. PAPER FOB SALE. ;TT. In Lota to Suit Purchaser*. Apply ‘STAR* OFFICE.

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