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Image from web page 548 of “Charter and yearly reports, 1859-1912” (1912)
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Identifier: charterannualrep00east
Title: Charter and yearly reports, 1859-1912
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Eastern Townships Bank
Subjects: Eastern Townships Bank Banks and financial
Publisher: Sherbrooke, Que. : The Lender
Contributing Library: Scott – York University Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Ontario Council of University Libraries and Member Libraries

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for occupation after that May. It is gratifying to be able to reportthat the workplaces tend to be rajjidly becoming leased by desirable tenants,and that Bank have a home in the commercial centreof Canada at a web cost to the Shareholders, that will comparefavourably with other financial institutions. The buildingitself will not only be an ornament into City of Montrealbut is a permanent way to obtain revenue and pleasure to ourShareholders. Your administrators regret to need to capture the loss of oneof their users in the person of this belated Mr. Newell W.Thomas, of Coaticook, just who presented the positioning of director of

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MONTREAL BUILDING. ST. JAMES ST. EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK. 445 this Bank for more than two decades. The vacancy developed byhis demise will have to be filled only at that conference of theShareholders. The top Office and Branches have actually as usual been ins-pected during year. In closing your Directors desireto record their particular admiration of zeal and attention of theGeneral management along with the various other officers for the Bank.Respectfully submitted, WILLIAM FARWELL, Sherbrooke, Que., 2nd December. President Statement of profit-and-loss take into account the YearEnding Nov. 14th, 1908. Stability at credit of Profit and Loss introduced ahead from November 15, 1907 0,677.44 Profit of hq and Branches, after de- ductino; fees of control, Interest because of Depositors, and provision for Losses.. 367,111.88 7,789.32appropriatkd below : Dividend of 2 percent paid April 2nd 1908 ,000.00Dividend of 2 %, paid July 2nd 1908 60,000.00Dividend of 2 per cent., compensated Oct. ]St. 1908 60,000.00Div

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Image from web page 6 of “yearly report regarding the Secretary for the Treasury from the condition of finances when it comes to 12 months ..” (1876)
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Identifier: annualreportofse1942unit
Title: Annual report of this Secretary of the Treasury on the condition associated with the finances for the year ..
Year: 1876 (1870s)
Writers: United Says. Dept. of Treasury
Subjects: United States. Dept. associated with the Treasury Finance, Public
Publisher: Washington : G.P.O.
Contributing Library: U.S. Dept. of Treasury, Treasury Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Dept. of Treasury, Treasury Library

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^^ UNITED STATES OF AMERICA NATIONAL PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON : 1943 obtainable by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C. – – – – Price, .00 (paper address) Treasury Department Document No. 3121 Secretary ARTICLES Budget results: ^as» Receipts and expenses, basic and unique records 1 Receipts generally speaking and special records 2 Expenditures frf)ni basic and unique records ] 1 Receipts and exj)enditures in trust accounts and examining reports of Government corporations and credit reporting agencies 14 Deficit overall and special reports 16 Financitig the net shortage alongside needs 17 people financial obligation 17 Treasury bonds, records, and certificates of indebtedness 20 Treasury expenses 25 united states of america cost savings bonds 25 Pay-roll savings prepare 27 war-savings stamps 29 Redemptions of savings bonds 30 Treasury income tax cost savings notes 31 Adjusted service bonds 32 Depositary bonds . 32 collective sinking-fund 32 Public Debt Act of 1942 32 The fully guaranteed debt 33 Absorption for the increase in seannualreportofse1942unit

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Image from page 873 of “Report associated with the Board” (1915)
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Identifier: cu31924032460481
Title: Report of the Board
12 Months: 1915 (1910s)
Writers: Canada. Board of Inquiry into Cost of Living Coats, Robert Hay, 1873-1956. Rise in costs while the cost of living in Canada, 1900-1914 Canada. Dept. of Labour. Statistical Part
Topics: Cost and quality lifestyle Prices
Publisher: Ottawa, J. de L. Taché
Adding Library: Cornell University Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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stitutes working in Italy tend to be shown in th^ following table.^ To be able to makeit more complete, we now have included additionally those given allove for Finance companies of Naples andSicily. In 1913, consequently, the unique agricultural credit institutes lent the Italian farm-ers about 40,000,000 frs., 9,000,000 frs. over in 1912. 1 Biccardo Bachis Annual Lltalia Economica. COST OF- LITIXG IN GAXADA 873 i o HM H M MM H M QMOO o letter o 1^ s« f. ^ SIS -2 V CO I c3 ffl § O00l> •– GO N U3 « ,-( « -<i-o> <N ec u ■^jT CO CD COM OSiO M C^ COt~~ 9 O) CO CO CO CQ OD O »Q OO^^I»w^QOOM.0 WSift 50»C<M»CCO»C—coiocqcot*^c^ CO »f3 o i— t- oo r- « CO CO 1-1 00 N u^oa-*M^^ooococ^o^ CscpoOWCOOeOOaNOOcooococoos oo»o<©

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