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FLANNELETTE. If purchasers of this useful mater- ial for underwear all the year round would buy the best English make, which can be obtained from all leading Drapers, they would avoid the risks they undoubtedly run with the inferior qualities of Flannelette. HORROCKSES' FLANELETTES, made by the manufacturers of the celebrated Longcloths, Twills and Sheetings, ARE THE BEST. Horrockses stamped on setveilge every 5 yards. The LONDON and PROVINCIAL BANK, LIMITED. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL 1.1,600,000 0 0 RESERVE FUND (Invested in Consols). £1.395,000 0 0 DIRECTORS AUGUSTINE BIRRELL, ESQ., K.C. I RT HON SIRHE-^ERT MAXWELL, BART, M.P., WILLIAM BOORD, BART F. H .S. W^T^UMH^YPS^SHER ESQ, RICHARD CO EN MICHELL, ESQ. ^IR EDWIN H GALSWORTHY SIRALEXAND R MONCRIKFF, K.C.B, F.R.S. MB EDWIN 11. TZAI^BWU n JOSEPH SAVORY, BART. General Manager-JOHN WOODROW CROSS, ESQ AUDITORS ERNEST COOPER, ESQ. I EDGAR FIGGESS, ESQ SOLICITORS. SECRETARY. MESSRS MUNNS & LONGDEN JOHN STOKOE, ESQ. London Agents—MESSRS GLYN, MILLS, oLRKIE < £ Go Head Office:-3, BANK BUILDINGS, LOTHBURY, E.C Pembrokeshire Branches and Sub-Branches. Manager. HAVERFORDWEST A. J. Wright ST. DAVID'S 11 LETTERSTON W T WALTERS FISHGUARD T W PRICE NARBFISHAVEN •• GP BREWER PEMBROKE iS!™ PEMBROKE DOCK U M KLCE J PRYTHERCH TENBY LONDON SUBURBAN BRANCHES. MANAGER ANERLKY, 137, Auerley Road W SUTTON BARKING J- V- DKAKE BE* 'KENHAM C W GRIBBLE BBRMONDSEY, 56, Old KentRoadjF J T JOURDAIN BLACKHEATH E LUDLOW BOWKS PARK, N E B RIDGWAY CANNING TOWN, Barking Road J W MCVEAGH CARSHALTON J A TULLOCH CATFORD H F VAUGHAN CHINGFORD J BARNES CLAYGATE R. G. THOMAS EA-T GKEENWICH P J AITCHISON EAST HAM J 0 JONES EDMONTON LOWFR R. I. NANCARROW EDMONTON UPPER „ ELTHAM W H. KITTO ENFIELD J- W- BAREFOOT ESv-EX ROAD, No 388 W H YOUNG FINCHLEY (Church End) A. C. C. DUNN FINCH LEY (North) „ FIN^BURY PARK JRE WATKINS GREEN LANES, 68, High Road, Wood Green E B RIDGWAY HACKNEY, The Triangle A E GARDINER HAM ^STKAD England's Lane W G WEATHEHLEY ii.f,NIPTON HILL E. H. MACFARLANB HARRINGAY A W HARY, HIGHBURY, No 4, Highbury PlaceV S ROBERTSON HITHER GREKN H F VAUGHAN HONOR OAK PARK E A HINSESTON HORNSEY R. MORRIS KOUNSLOW If. LoN(i ILFORD, High Street W T BENSON KENTISH TOWN D. R. THOMAS KEW S F HIGGINS KEW GARDENS S F HIGGINS KINGSLAND, 1, High Street W H YOUNG RINGSTON-ON-THAMAS HUGH BONNER LADYWELL WM HODGETTS LEE BRIDGE ROAD, Leyton G A FISKE LEE GREKN m Kitto LEWISHAM WM HODGETTS LEYTONSTONE D P THOMAS MAIDA VALE, 23, Clifton Rd., W. C F CROSS MANOR PARK J ° JONES COUNTRY MANAGERS. MITCH \M „T O W. TIIKW MOF'TLAKK and EAST SHEEN S B HIGGINS MUNSTER PARK, 841, Folham Road M H WILDE MUSWELL HILL H C SIMPSON NEW CROSS GATE,180,NewCrossRd E HINGESTON NEWINGTON GREEN G J V COURTENAY NEW SOUTHGATE II E Bitows P ADDINGTON, 163 Edgware-rd C. C. FROSS PENGE W SUTTON PLAISTOW J W MCVEAGH PLUMSTEAD. 119 High-St. W H LEWIS PONDER'S END T. E. FULLER RICHMOND S F HIGGINS ROMAN ROAD, BOW, No. 39 C S SABIN ST. MARGARET'S East Twickenham J J MoRRis SIDCUP D M LEWIS SOUTHGATE W C II SMITH SOUTH KENSINGTON, 108, Queen's Gats E G BAILLIE SOUTH TOTTENHAM H C OWEN SPITALFIE LD S,83.Commercial-st.,E. E AP JONES STAMFORD HILL, No. 40 EDWD. JOHN STOKE NEWINGTON 159, High Street JOHN STRATFORD, E. W G ACWORTH SURBJTON R G THOMAS SURBITON HILL R G TiioMAs SUTTON J A TULLOCH SYDENHAM, 42, Kirkdale H K HUMPHREYS TEDDINGTON E H MACFAKLANE THORNTON HE ATH C W CAIGER TOTTENHAM H BRYANT TUFNELL PARK, 155, Fortess Road D R THOMAS TWICKENHAM J J MORRIS WALHAM GREEN & FULHAM M H WILDE WALTHAMSTOW, Hoe Street J BARNES WALTHAMSTOW, St. James St. J BAHNES WESTCOMBE PARK.43,Vaubrughpark K LUDLOW WEST GREEN H COWEN WEST HAMPSTEAD, West End Lane W G WEATHERLEY WHITE HART LANE, Tottenham H BRYANT WINCUMORE HILL W C Smiiii WOOD GREEN E B RIDGWAY WOOLWICH W H LEWIS BRANCHES. MANAGER ABERDARE C M LEWIS I ABERYSTWYTH J B KITTO ALDEBURGH W M THOMAS ASCOT T W N HYDE BARRY W P PHILLIPS BELVEDERE T DAVIES BEX HILL R E BUTCHER BEXLEYHEA.TH D M LEWIS BRIDGEND J W PRICHARD BRIGHTON JOHN ROE BRISTOL A LANGLANDS BUILT H DAVID THOMAS BUNGAY R B ANDREWS CAMBERLEY F J BACON CARDIFF T J GRIGSON CARDIFF DOCKS J E HARRIS CAIDIARTHEN R A BROCKIE CHATHAM W B WILLMOT OH EP-TOW C W L DIGBY GWBRIDGE G CODD DISS C J PEARSON DOWNHAMMARKET G W PAGE EASTBOURNE F J CHAMBERS EAST DEREHAM CHAS CORY E BB W V.i LE W PARTRIDGE EGBAM F. B HTOKOE ERITH iI DAVIES MANAGER EYE F. WHAITE FAKENHAM Hy. NEWSON Gil.LING HAM M H. ATKINS New Brompton, Kent GORLESTON-os-SEA JTHAVABI) GOSPORT F A TIPPLK GRAVESEND D J WILLIAMS GRAYS F N TOMKINS HALESWORTH T M THOMAS HARLESTON W. BRYANT HUNSTANTON G. W. PAGE KING't LYNN G.W. PAGE LAMPExER E L JONES LANDPOB T(Portsmouth) F ROWE LEI^H-ON-SEA C N NORTHCOX LLANDILO J T WILLIAMS LLANDOVERY T J WILLIAMS LLANDRINDOD WELLS DAVID THOMAS LLANELLY H. t-OPEK LLANIDLOES J DAVIES LOWESTOFT C L DARKE MACHYNLLETH DE R GRIFFITH MAIDSTONE P R P JONES MERTHYR TYDFIL ED. JONES INEATH AW GREEN NEWPORT, MON GEO MARSH MANAGEK NORTHFLEET D J WILLIAMS NORTH WALSHAM H W DAVIES NORTH WALSHAM H W DAVIES NORWICH C H A LOCK PENARTH JE HARRIS PENTRE R DYKE PONTYPOOL C H COPLEY PONTYPRIDD J S THOMAS (Sub-Manager) H A OWEN PORT TALBOT E M MORGAN RHYJJ C D COPLEY kHYMNEY W D JONES ROCHESTER L EVANS ROMFORD A B CAUSTON RUTHIN W T A JONES ST. CLEARS G P BREWER SOUTH END-ON-SEA G P VEALE i -TAINES F STOKOE STROOD L EVANS SWANSEA D T LEWIS Tll.HUR\ DOCKS F X TOMKINS TREDEGAR W D JONES USK N OWEN WELLS HY. NKWSON WE-V( CLIFF-ON-SEA G P VEALE WEYBRIDGE F J H HALLS YARMOUTH great) J T HAVAIID SUB-AGENCIES. T.. AbersNehan, Ashford (Middlesex), B!I,rgoec1, Baiistead, Harry Doc\í, Blackwood, Blttengarw, Briton Ferry, B -h .I-í;11 Chadwell Heath, Crrziiiin, CWI1l (MOll.), Etlst Fernda.le, Higluma Liangerlueeli, Lhutwit :\Iajor, 1.lnuwrtyd Well., Llanybyther, rp-rdiff) St David's Saxmundham," Seughenvdd, SUewen, Snettisham, ^tan-foLd-le-Bope, banning T«hSl Trehe,bert, Tieorky, Wood Street, (W,.ltl,am,tow,) Wvmo»dh»m, YARMOUTH FISH WHARF, Ynysybwl, Ystalyfera. T'IP London and Provincial Bank. Limited, opens— DRAWING ACCOUNTS—Upon the plan usually adopted by other Lankers DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS—Deposits are received from Customers and others, and interest allowed thereon at such rates and for such period as may be areed upon, reference being had to the state of the Money Market^ effects purchases and sales of British and Foreign Funds Stocks Shares and Se- r-mties -receives Dividends, &c, thereon,-and transacts every other description of Banking business Every Officer of the Bank is required to Sign a Declaration of Secrecy aB to the transaction f ;+<= fnmpra By Order of the Directors, any of its Customers J j CROSS, GENERAL MANAGER Balance sheet of the London and Provincial Bank, Limited DR. 30th December, 1905. Cn. £ sd 1 sd £ £ sd CAPITAL 800,000 0 0 At'head office, branches 100,000 £ 10 shares, £ 5 and agents 1,857,754 10 4 Pald' i vi% mo 0 0 „ Call & Short Notice 1,000,000 0 0 RESERVE IUND. J,39.1,001) u u 2,857,754 10 4 £ 01 INVESTMENTS — b41,l/6 Js 5d. 21 Consols £ 2,303,692 4s 7d per cent. Consols taken at 85 (including taken at 8o. 2,195,000 0 0 £ 80,8% 0s 7d lodged TN „ o, as security for public CURRENT, DEPOSIT d, 13791315 1 4 Accounts) 1,95;L3S 7 10 OTHER ACCOUNTS lS./JMH National War Loan, EX- PROFIT AND• Lobschequer Bonds, Trans- r.alance ro g „ „ Vaal Loan, India Stock, forward 40.JJ7 i b and Britjsh rolollia, iset pio u 01 Government -Bonds half-year after mak- and Inscribed Stocks 8V1.581 12 0 n^ provis.on for bad London County Council, and doubtful debts Corporation of Lon- and deduc^tin<, v don, Metropolitan BATE ON HILLS NOT DUE 97,889 18 4 1 138 887 0 10 Consolidates, Livei- pool ?vianehester and Bristol Corporation Stocks 4 22,768 13 0 English Railway Deben- ture and Preference Stocks, East Indian Railway Guarantee;! Stocks, and other Securities 820,901 3 2 4,056,392 16 0 ■ LOANS, ADVANCES, BILLS DISCOUNTED, &c 8,991,810 19 5 PREMISFS—Freehold and Leaseholo li'K&s reduced bv amounts from time to time written off) 216,273 l'> 5 X16,125,232 2 2 J JE16A2^232 2 2 i Profit and Loss Account for the hai f: R ,1 ''urrent Expense" 2 Interest ,7,UL) 1;; 7 Dividend a* 18 per cent per annum. 72,000 0 0 Reserve Fund 10,5':0 1 6 Reduction of Premises Account in,000 0 0 Officers' Pension & Gratuity Fund 5,00i i 0 0 Balance carried forward 41,386 ILl 4 138,887 0 10 £ 329,518 1 7 year ended 30th. DEC., 1905. £ ad Balance of last Profit and Loas Account 40,997 2 6 Gross Profit for Half-year after making provision for Bad and Don btfnl and deducting Rebate on bill3 not due 288,o20 19 1 f329,518 1 7 -;¡¡¡¡:¡¡¡¡¡¡¡; In accordance with the provisions of the Companies Act, 1900, we certify that all our requirements as Auditors have been complied with, and we report to the Share- holders that we have compared the Balance Sheet with the Books at the Head Office, and the certified returns from the several branches. The investments are of a market- able value considerably in excess of the amounts standing in the Balance sheet. The Premises, owing to amounts written off from time to time stand, we believe, at far less than their value, and the fittings and furniture have been wholly written off. The pro- vision for Bad and Doubtful Debts largely exceeds the amount estimated to be at present required. The Officers' Pension and Gratuity Fund, amounting to £ 141,295 Os 4d is in- cluded with the Current Deposit and other Aocouut.s. Subject to these remarks, in our opinion the Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so as to exhibit a true and correct view of the state of the Company's aiiairs as show a by the Books of tbeCompany. E.BNEST COOPER. ) (Cooper "Brothers & Co.) > AUDITOBS. London, 9th Jan., 1906. EDGAIi FIGGESS, J -II:1"WFSftO'fr,J'¿'1!4{'U"¡'F\ti.iJwI.I!I!II S .J-V'L .oJ L\_? _t ) ..J..V..J. ':J ORHPER, HIGH STREET, HAVERFORDWEST. New Stock 'tï.1'i li.. 'z JUST IN. M %w M Si J. it ^8. m. V & M OF ) J¡W' ¡ r. 1 A, ;j" OO S SEASONABLE Goods. A A :i.J-Ø M DOIJ.C6 fm;t The 0 -P. I G I N"VENUINE. The Best Remedy known for ] Admitted by the-Profession iBL kM if>g ?,■< to be the Most Valuable M H GOUfa^b, SOLUS, P Remedy ever discovered. H A ATBjaflR Effectually cuts short all B ipllu I EM?!fig OilL-sllsBi] 1 1^5 i, •• attacks of SPASMS* B M The only Palliative in B •= SE084UI*. T00T8M8E, # V •.SCOT, ummm. M SOLD IN BOTTLES jIY ALL CHEMISTS> at S/9. and 4/S each. > FMN IS YOUI? T-UYLIS PSWES a mo vcur smmm t to-myjT M by Jiaving brought to yoc? c^Jor FREB tlia most divert)ng and holpl'Hl 'cooJ: on 'iYa,tchos and Je'A'ellary to toe had ajiyiwiiore as say »irioo. -&&&& 1 it BIS VOLUME 1 OF MIS PSS £ 8 \\WJA M lias put money into the pockets of thou- f&wf.uy- a ?, 6 M sands or its readers by a-.vinri sham 6 | | ffl tlia heavy middle proficcs V.UI;GCJ direos P. 9 iV* *'3R/ « » m contact with the factor;- e»;abxea 'ft «L% I f i 1 'A M. ::o cut oft I-J sas. WmM'Mm. Cr?r:- **1 soaie, accurate J *3, 1 IS9 PASES ERIOVVDEA^ V UWWH ——i1 WITH KIATC:JLESS fe/ MRmm S2LIQHTS =•/ including REAL GOLD BROOCHES AT 3/6' v ••v J r— jj W j\W FASHIONABLE SOLID GOLD PHOTO PEN- V.: JB if ■■■$!*» T V DANTS, 4/6; HANDSOME ELECTRO-PLATED I "J • 1 VV DINNER CRUETS, 3/8; HANDSOME OAK BIS- a A 1 3A I I CUIT BOXES (Eicctro-plated Mounts), 6/3; B V' J I '|G^IG V V/'J L, RELIABLE NICKEL CLOCKS, il-. A V fis^l | |Highest quality in each and I every one fully gaarantaad by w. 1 ft INIL I I11 SHARE M BMMVS SHSAT MiS m /f\ M FZEE mu mMmmzim. f r\\ Handred3 of pounds' worth of beantl- ja «• U //■ ful gifts to ba prauented free to pur- m Wfla^alMMaia fflt chasers. The iis';s will "malie your m Sf niouth water." Sea them in the 3ook. Kj w WKIT 13 TOR Irr NOW! f| *8 bb ^*5? Ho.200Market Street, jgf "■ n3.KCHESTSR. b n

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