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EVERY CLASS UN APPROACHED in FIT
COUNTRY GENTLEMEN &
THE NEW SYSTEM OF BUYING A
HE considerable advance in price of Fabrics
EXCELLENCE with ECONOMY.
centres of manufacture; hence they have the satisfaction of
announcing that there will be XO ADVANCE in the
TARIFF which is here submitted to their patrons.
INE CLASSES REPRESENTING
SPRING COATS. year, paying for the Hire of an Instrument, and expended
LONDON FASHION as much money as would have bought the Pianoforte several times over. What will hold good for Pianofortes will hold good for
Illustrations of improved system of Self-measurement and
Sample Patterns sent per book post on application.
EORGE HOBSON respectfully invites the THE OWNER OF A HOUSE
ENGLAND WOADED BLACK and NAVY BLUE
CLOTHS for Dress and Frock Coats; also the New TWILL in the same way as they have already become the owrer of their pianoforte.
30s. 436. 6d. 138. 6d. Α. 17s, 6d. 238.
CLOTHS for Morning Coats.
Dress Coats, Black
2 12 6 OF THE
12. 198. 198.
2 12 6 do.
3 13 6 Frock Coats, Black
3 3 0 THE SAME FACILITIES FOR PURCHASING
3 13 6 HOUSES
308. CSS. SAS.
4 40 As now exist for Buying Pianofortes.
3 10 0 Do. do.
3 18 0 A HOUSE being, however, a more expensive article to Pur
738. 83. 78s.
NEW TWILL CLOTHIS.
F 45s. 555.
2 18 0 the time of Hiring must extend.
3 3 0 Do.
3 13 6 In pursuance of this resolution
9is, 104s. 99s, G 558.
212 6 Do.
3 3 0
Riding Habits, LA 18., £3 58., 26 os.
Ladies' Riding Trousers, Pantalon de Chamois, £1 1s., £1 5s.,
£1 108. In various parts of London, and its Suburbs, by which they 116. j 1308. 1918, I
Superior fit and workmanship are the characteristics of are enabled to afford to the
Guide to Patterns
Unap- THE NEW TROUSERS for the Spring and class for
style class thoroughly
passed. Riding trousers made to fit without the aid of
sent sent shrunk. A very wide CHOICE in the SELECTION both of HOUSES
style, or to
suspenders or straps. Price 168.
THE NEW SPRING OVERCOATS. Price
VAMUEL BROTHERS, 50, Ludgate-hill, 258., 30s., and 495.
celebrated for their RIDING TROUSERS.
THE BADEN WAISTCOATS, lls.; two At the end of which Time, if the Ront be Regularly Paid,
_ENTLEMEN'S and YOUTHS' CLOTH.
BOOK OF FASHIONS. Post free for six stamps, deducted
THE NEW FRENCH CASHMERE WAIST-
COATS. Price 13s., 158., and 178.
TROU. WAIST- Boys' THE NEW SCOTCH SUITINGS in all
NERS. COATS. Sr'17.
the New Heather Mixtures. Price £2 15s. to €335. POSSESSION OF THE HOUSE
ARTISSIME FIDEM PRÆS-
XCELLENCE WITH ECONOMY. 218. 21s.
THE RENT PAYABLE BY THE TEXAXT
338. 33s. 508. С 10s. 8s.
the Whole Term.
D 178, ca. 88, 6d.
ISTABLISHED in the XVIIIth CENat Twelve and a-half,
E 229. lls, Sls,
LFRED WEB B MILES,
of 12, Brook-street, Hanover-sonere, London,
with whom originated the world-fameclics. TROUSERS, The Terms of which may be ascertained on application to 65s.
818. G 2Cs. 13s.
388. has the pleasure to inform many tholl-and customers that the Manager.
his Establishment is replete with the BLST and NEWEST
DESIGVS for GENTLEMENS DRESS, Elastic Saxony 70s. H 288. 113.
Twills for Morning, Frock and Light Overcoats, Scotch, THE ADVANTAGES
Angola, and West of England Tweed- for Ridini Trousers,
Elastic Twills for Ladies' Riding Habits, the l tile Dulci,
Vicunas, Ancolas, and Movetrooper Tweeds for the Loch,
Moor, and Mountain Suits at : guinens, illustrative of New System of Purchasing a House,
Scotland's beauteous heathers; olso the R, Y. S. Indigo
Unap- Fashion Price is
Blne Yarn Dyed Cheviots, for yachting, in..pervious to wind trated sizes in trated
and weather. 1. Persons of Limited Income, Clerks, Shopmen, and
lated in dir. Stick in the
ed in fit
THE GUINEA TWEED WATERPROOF OVERCOATS, others, may, by becoming Tenants of the BIRKBECK
all sizes and colours, ready for um.ediate use. BUILDING SOCIETY, be placed at once in a position of
ALFRED WEBB MILES.
or made to
mereure. The Keady-inade Stock is entirely of Messrs.
THE SANS-PLIS SHIRT.
REGISTERED Xov. 1848. rent being parable only to the time of giving up possession.
met. 6. If circumstances compel them to leave the House
Specially adapted to meet the wants before the completion of their Twelve and a half Years VAMUEL BROTHERS, 50, LUDGATE
of Tenancy. they can Sub-let the House for the remainder of
GENTLEMEN OF SEDENTARY PURSUITS
Ease Combined with a Perfect Fit,
RAO POWDER; and for Dusting plants with Sulphur
Patterns and Particulars of Measure
ment tree by post.
Bear Garden, Southwark, Agricultural Engineers; Messrs.
CARTER, DUNNETT, and BEALE, Holborn : Messrs. SUTTON | BURDEN AND KEER,
and Soxs, Reading. FRANCIS RAVENSCROFT, Manager, cold os all Seedsmen and Ironmongers in Town and Country 51, CONDUIT-STREET, BOND-STREET.
TO THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING, HELD ON WEDNESDAY, THE 24th DAY OF APRIL, 1872.
The Directors have much pleasure in meeting the Proprietors to report the Proceedings of the Society during the year 1871.
· Notwithstanding the general depression in Life Assurance business, 145 New Policies have been issued in the past year, assuring £233,257, and yielding £8250 18s. 11d. in Premiums, of which £1,690 14s. 6d. was in respect of single Premiuins.
The Net Premium Revenuc, after deducting Re-assurance Premiums, was £79,977 19s. 1d., and the Total Revenue from all sources £107,816 16s. 5d.
Claims have fallen in by the Deaths of 32 lives who were assured under 43 Policies for £75,405, of which £45,450 was effected on the Participating Scale, carrying Bonus Additions of £12,405, and £17,550 on the Non-participating Scale. Of the foregoing amounts, £10,803 4s. 5d. was re assured in other Offices, thus reducing the actual charge to the net amount of £64,596 15s. 7d. as shown in the Account. This last amount includes the sum of £5,054, which it will be remembered was specially reserved in the Valuation on 31st December, 1870, for the Claims then announced and standing for admission, and also the sum of £3,999 added to the Assurances in respect of the Bonus declared last year.
The expenses of Management, although no extension has been made in their usual moderate scale, show a slight increase this year : this is chiefly due to a sum of £245, which the Directors have thought desirable to charge annually, in addition to the ground-rent of £84, in respect of the Society's house, so that at the expiration of the lease it may stand nil in the Accounts.
The sum of £9,936 10s. Od. was paid for the surrender of Bonus Additions, thereby extinguishing a reversionary liability to the amount of £21,632.
The Proprietors' and Assurance Funds, together, amount to £631,762 173. 5d., and are invested at an average rate of interest of £4 165. 5d. per cent.
The increase of £20,000 in the Proprietors' Fund is owing to the share of the Quinquennial surplus transferred to that fund in accordance with the Society's Deed of Settlement.
It is with regret the Directors have to announce the deaths of their late colleagues, Mr. EDWARD LAWRANCE and Mr. Thomas LOFTUS. Sir BARNES PEACOCK, who was elected a director at the last Annual Meeting, finding that he cannot give the needful attention to the business of the Society, has felt unable to accept the appointment. These vacancies have to be filled up by the Proprietors.
The Directors who retire by rotation are Messrs. ABBOTT, BURNE, GWINNETT, JAY, VIZARD, and WARTER, and they are all eligible for re-election.
The retiring Anditors are Mr. JOSIAH T. Paul (Auditor for the Assured) and Mr. Philip ROBERTS (Auditor for the Proprietors), who are also eligible for re-election.
In conclusion, the Diroctors would remind the Proprietors of the very high order of security offered by the Society, its val nation reserves being computeti according to the strictest principles, and no portion of the future profits being trenched upon. The Directors wonld invite the co-operation of the Proprietors in making these important facts more widely known, and, while thus assisting to enlarge the sphere of the Society's operations, they will be aiding in the extension of a sound system of Life Assuracce Finance. April 1872.
JAMES R. HOPE-SCOTT, Chairman.
1971. Jau. 1. Dec. 31.
REVENUE ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDING 31sr DECEMBER, 1871. (The Life Assurance Companies Act 1870.-First SCHEDULE.)
1871. Amount of Funds at the beginning of the year
618,105 18 3 Dec. 31. Claims under Policies after deduction of sums Re-assured.. Premiams
79,977 19 1
27,707 2 7
31 14 9
Expenses of Management
£720,222 14 8
£726,922 14 S
We have carefully examined the above Account, and find the same correct.
JAS. W. TAYLOR,
H. S. LAW, Chairman.
Two of the Directors of the Society.
L 8. d. 404,576 7 9
3,585 00 6,527 16 5
BALANCE SHEET to 31st DECEMBER, 1871. (The Life Assurance Companies Act 1870.-SECOND SCHEDULE.)
€ s. d. Shareholders' capital paid up
..£117,683 18 6
Mortgages on Property within the Uvited Kingdom Assurance Fund
514,078 18 1
ditto out of the United Kingdom (on Indian
Government Stock). Total Funds, as per First Schedule
631,762 17 5 Loans on Company's Policies Claims admitted but not paid.
10,913 0 0 Investments Other sums owing by the society-
In British Government Securities Annuities due
55 2 0
Foreign Government ditto Proprietors' Dividends unpaid
Railway and other Debentures and Debenture Stocks
Life Interests valued at
5,922 11 6 19,752 0 0 42,975 100 12,262 2 1
4,795 00 18.57 7 0 46,224 0 49,322 12 6 13,012 19 8 6,05) 9 9 1,450 10 3 13,791 0 1
Printed and puviinued by Horace Cox, at 10, Wellington-atreet, Strand, London, W.O., in the County of Middlesex.-Saturday, April 97, 1972.