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Miscellaneous. I■ • v«a»imi ft LLOYDS BANK pga LIMITED, with which is amalgamated THE CAPITAL & COUNTIES BANK LTD. ] I-IEAD OFFICE: 71, LOMBARD ST., E.C. 3. | CAPITAL SUBSCRIBED 955,962,850 | J f CAPITAL PAID UP 8,954,056 i  I RESERVE FUND 9,000,000 I | I DEPOSITS, &c. 207,966,438 I ADVANCES, &c. 81,072,134 S I FRENCH AUXILIARY: | I LLOYDS BANS (TRANCE) & NATIONAL PROVINCIAL BAM (FRANCE) LTD. j »—u iiwinu—mwn mi in law———it inm«JMUitWKmm> j J § I ASSUII,AN(,E Co., LTD. I HIGH HOLBORN, LONDON, W.C.i. Summary of ANNUAL REPORT for the Year ending Dec. 31, 1918. War Claims have been paid during the year amounting to £ 230,018 14s. iod., making a total paid during the War of £ 691,734 12S. 9d. The Company's investments during the year have been almost exclusively British War Loan securities, total amounts of which now exceed £G,ooo,ooo. INCOME.—The Total Premium Income for the year amounted to 14,319,309 12s. 2d., an increase of 2830,479 Os. 4(1. over that of the previous year. In the Ordinary Branch, the Premium Income amounted to £ 1,389,C9Q 12s. Id., which is 1536,642 7s. 7d. greater than that of the previous year. 2,429 Personal Accident, Aircraft and Employers' Liability Policies were granted during the year, representing 46,429 11s. 5d. New Annual Premium Income, the Premiums received in this Branch amounted to £ 35,284 15s. The Total Income for the year amounted to 9.5,331,926 Os. 9d., being an increase of 9910,082 12s. 10d. over that of the previous year. CLAIMS.—-221,554 claims were paid during the year, amounting with Bonuses and outstanding Claim" to J 2,027,400 2s. nd., which, added to the sums previously paid, make a total of E23,387,940 19s. 11d. FUNDS.—The total Funds now amount to 914,444,730 19s. 5d., which is an increase of £ 1,704,737 03. 6d. over those of last year. By Order, F. D. BOWLES, CHAIRMAN. WANTED, additional representatives in all districts. To good business men liberal terms and certain success.—Apply to the District Manager, T. PRICE, 2 Brvnteg, Mount Street, Abergavenny. FIGHT the deadly INFLUENZA If you would safeguard yoorself against the I attack of the death- ealing epidemic which has accounted for no fewer than 100,000 DEATHS in 8 weeks 1 in this country alone, look to your health. Keep physically fit, avoid colds, chills, and give tone to your nervous system. FORT-REVIVER taken three times a day will strengthen, fortify, and tone the whole system, and ensure that vim and vigour to enable you to ward off attack and render you immune from infectious diseases. I Luscious, Kresh and British' rVll leading Doctors and Practitioners advocate Fort-Reviver us a preventive agrainst Influenza nud Infectious dis- eases. Obtainable Everywhere. 5/6 Large Size Bottle 3/9 Smaller Size Bottls Write to-day for our 41 page colour- ed Illustrated Booklet, post free. H. & C. Newman, 41/42 Upper Bath- bone Place, W.l. CRICKHOWELL UNION. PERSONS fdesirous of Contracting for the supply of Groceries, Flour, Meat, Boots, Coal Cordwood, for the Conveyance of Poor Persons, the supply of Clothing and other articles, and the furnishing of Funerals from the 1st April to 30th June, 1919, and for the supply of Milk, Eggs, and Petroleum from the 1St April, 1919, to 31st March, 1920, are requested to send sealed Tenders to me at the Town Hall, Crick- howell, on or before the 21St March next. I The Board do not pledge themselves-to accept the lowest or any tender. Forms of tender will be furnished on application to me. THOS. VAUGHAN, Clerk to the Guardians. Union Offices, Town Hall, Crickhowell, 10th March, 1919.




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