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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 79


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The Bank of New Zealand has Branches or Agencies at all the more important towns in New Zealand—210 in all—and has also Branches in London, Melbourne, Sydney, Suva, Levuka and Apia (Samoa). It has Agents in every part of Great Britain and Ireland; also throughout Australia and Tasmania. It has also Agents and Correspondents throughout Europe, India, China, Japan and other parts of the East; Honolulu, North and South America, South Africa, etc.

Drafts are issued and Credits granted at any office in New Zealand upon any other Branch of the Bank, or upon its British or Foreign Agents.

Letters of Credit and Circular Notes are issued for the use of travellers, negotiable in all parts of the world.

Bills upon any part of the Dominion, or wherever the Bank has Branches or Correspondents in Australia or elsewhere, are negotiated, and moneys collected for constituents.

Deposits—Current rates of Interest given.

Every description of Banking business within the Dominion, or between New Zealand and Australia, Great Britain, India, China, Japan, merica, South Africa, etc., transacted on favourable terms.

N.B.—Moneys are remitted to Great Britain, Egypt and Malta by draft or cable on account of members of the Expeditionary Forces free of exchange. Cable messages in this connection are transmitted by the Telegraph Department at special rates.

Head Office. Wellington

Head Office. Wellington

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Head Office. Wellington PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE STATE GUARANTEE OF MONEYS IN THE COMMON FUND. Value of Estates in the Office, in 1916 - Fourteen and a-half Mi lions Sterling Estates, when converted into cash and held for Beneficiaries in the Common Fund of the Public Trust Office, are credited with interest at a fixed rate, which is capitalised yearly, and is free from all office charges; moreover the Capital and Interest are GUARANTEED BY THE STATE.

The Rate of Interest Has Been Increased, and is now 4½ % on the First £6,000, and 4¼ % on the Excess.