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Bunbury Southern Times Newspaper Archives Apr 27 1891, Page 1

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Bunbury Southern Times (Newspaper) - April 27, 1891, Bunbury, Western Australia National Library of Australia the Rose hotel Victoria Street Bunbury j. C. Illingworth late of Melbourne 1nib8t class accommodation. Excellent table. Very Bert wines and up spirits., Best British bottled Beer and Stout. English ale on draught. Billiards and Bagatelle. Good stabling under the supervision of an experienced and attentive Ostler. Best feed provided. Wellington hotel. Victoria Street Bunbury near tee jetty d. Flood proprietor. It Loo begs to state that he has nov taken Over the above x hotel and Hopes by supplying the very Best liquors keeping a first class table providing comfortable accommodation and studying the Comfort of Bis customers to give every satisfaction to the Public and to visitors to Bunbury. Sample rooms private room Bath room j Ozod tabling. Bridgetown store. An Wand carefully selected just received which will be sold at reasonable Price. On Leid from country customers will be punctually and Caie Nilly attended to. Abbus Cash with 5 per. Cent discount or prompt payment at the end of three months. George Stephens & co. . Hay and Corn for horses and accommodation for travellers. \ / the equitable life Assurance society of the United states. Not foe a Day but for All the largest and most successful institution in the world. Assurance m Force Over 1�160,000,000. New Assurance written in 1890 Over 42,000000. Income Over. 8,000,000. Assets Over Iii my 24,000,000. Claims paid to policy holders Over 30,000,000. Is Youe Assurance in the Best company. The most important Points to be considered by the Holder of a policy of life Assurance Are 1. Is it issued by a company organised on a scientific and secure basis f 2. Is the company financially Strong ? 3. Is it increasing in strength and growing in Prosperity or is it losing instead of gaining Gro Imd p j 4. Does it meet every obligation promptly and in full 5. Is it earning enough surplus not Only to protect its policy holders against All financial disturbances also to place its Assurance on an economical basis and guarantee Liberal dividends of profits ?. The equitable society meets to the fullest every one of these essential conditions. I it Hae a larger Bubbi us than any other similar organisation. The ratio of its assets to liabilities 127 per cent is higher than that of any of its leading competitors. Its reputation for the prompt payment of policies is unexampled. It has been the Pioneer in All reforms for the Benefit of policy holders and has taken the Lead in simplifying and liberalizing the. Policy contract every one of its policies be comb incontestable As soon As it is two or Thiee years old and is then payable immediately upon the receipt of satisfactory " proofs of death at the Perth Branch. Directors Alex. Forrest Esq., f.e.o.s., , chairman Edward t. Hooley Esq., , a Silas Pearse Esq., . , i jct. M . M.l.a., chief medical officer. Joseph Smith storekeeper ,. Local agent for Nelson and Blackwood District. Thomas White near Bunbury local agent for Bunbury. Manager for Western Australia i w. H. Bessell Browne. 1 w. A. Atkins & co., merchants and importers Bunbury and Gree Bushes. We e have just received a Large consignment of goods from London ext Bessel consisting of single and double bedsteads children s cots bar and Sheet Iron fenders and fire Irons All kinds of carpenters tools including floor cramps Carriage jacks cart and trap Hames cutlery in great variety stationery Plain and barbed fencing wire and Staples stretches and splices for same miners requisites comprising Douglas pumps and piping shovels picks tents see. The latest novelties in dress material ladies and children s costumes velvets pushes a. Fremantle school. Head master Henry Briggs Queen s scholar St. Mark s College trained teacher holding first Elass certificates from the committee of privy Council on education and the science and Art department London. Divinity the Rev. Geoege Sables b. A., Trinity College Cambridge classics or. Raymond gee m.a., bras Enose College Oxford. Assisted by a. Competent staff. Fremantle school receives no help from the state. It exists on its own merits. There is accommodation for Iso boys and 40 boarders. Fees boarders Day boys per or per or Over 7 years. �11 �2 10 �13 �210s. 12�15 �8 weekly boarders received. Last year s Boll 114. Boarders 30. Address head Masteb the schoolhouse Fremantle. National Mutual life association of Australasia. Established at Melbourne 1869. Oldest victorian Mutual life office. Funds in hand to meet claims Over. �1,000,000 annual income nearly. �300,000 assurances and endowments effected. Moderate Bates Liberal conditions. Large bonuses. Ample Security. The first office in the world to apply the surrender value of policies in payment of premiums overdue. Policies cannot lapse so Long As the surrender value is sufficient to pay Premium overdue. Local direct Obs Hon. W. E. Marmion m.l.a., Edward Scott Esq., m.r.o.s., eng., m.l.a., George Leake Esq. By. Wright resident Secretary. Bar Buby agent h. E. Reading. Vasse agent t. A. Thurkle australian Mutual provident society. Established 1849. Job Lite Assurance on the Mutual Fri Sciple. Bonus every year. Policies in Force at 31st december 89, 94,098 amount assured. �32,800,000 Cash surplus for year 1889�625,739 annual income. �1,625,000 accumulated funds. �9,000,000 interest earned for single year 1889�505,274 death claims 1889,. �377,879 1 to Tal �460 426 endowments matured �82,547 j lol l excess of interest Over claims. �44,848 the society has allotted in Cash Bonus �4,000,000. The total amount paid in claims exceeds �4,120,000, and the funds in hand represent a sum equal to 102.5 per cent of the premiums received. Policies do not lapse through non payment of premiums so Long As the surrender value is sufficient to cover one instalment. This regulation is incorporated in the policies. West australian Branch St Georges Terrace Perth. Local Board of direct Obs Hon. William Dalgety Moore ., chairman. George Randell Esq., m.l.a., Deputy chairman Hon. James Morrison John f. Stone Esq., . Medical officer a. R. Waylen Esq., . A. K. Money resident Secretary Banbury agent , lb65. Bunbury coach builder contractor & undertaker funerals conducted to any part of the Colony. "

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