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Image from page 111 of “Legislative regulation of railway finance in England” (1911)
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Title: Legislative regulation of railway finance in England
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Authors: Wang, Ching-Chun, 1883-
Subjects: Railroads and state Railroads Theses
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*rvG*iv ►In- ference capital werq/ikujDuie.!-anoth-er—as 56 w&& to 44, while in 1870 and 1871 the relative proportions were reversed, becoming 43 to i2 57 and 42 to 58 respectively. Such changes might have beenbrought about by two entirely different causes. In the first place,when railway enterprise became established, it might be reasonablyexpected that the preference capital would tend to increase morerapidly than the ordinary. When a railway pays large dividendson its ordinary shares, it car raise money on easy terms by issu-ing preference or debenture stocks at fixed rates of interest.This seems to have been largely the cause in England. On the otherhand, when a company pays little or no dividend on its ordinaryshares, it will be compelled to resort to the issue of such pre-ferential shares for raising money, in order to avoid heaviersacrifices. ql. Companies Clauses Act, 1863,26 & 27 V. c. 118, s. 15.d2. Capt. Tylers annual report to the Board of Trade, 1873, p.4.

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Another class of shares or rather another nomenclature given to the ordinary shares, known as preferred and deferred shares, Cas*e into vogue since 1868. These, in reality, do not constitute any separate class of shares, hut simply represent two divisions into which the ordinary shares are divided. All the rules governing the ordinary shares are also applicable to these sre-trsiri^ preferred and deferred stocks, ex-govern cept that special rules have been adopter to^the process or, andthe conditions under which, the division may be executed. The f irst/instance of ( stock*splitt ing , by whi ch the -drir* vicidOn t^e ordinary shares/linto preferred and deferred0pwp«H4©Rs 13 i-s. kTungp, took place in 1854 in the case of the Great Forthern.Luring that year £ 12 having been paid on each £20 share of thatCompany, a panic seized upon the public mind and grave doubts wereentertained as to whether the Ircldly competitive scheme of thatcompany could be comptyLed in the face of adverse c

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Image from page 40 of “S.A. mining and engineering journal” (1891)
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Title: S.A. mining and engineering journal
Year: 1891 (1890s)
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Subjects: Mineral industries Mining industry and finance Mines and mineral resources
Publisher: Johannesburg
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y annexed the prizeoffered to the American machines under tiiis particularheading. Great regret was expressed on every side owingto the absence of a Vauxhall in the competition, a carwith an enviable record in events where speed is the de-termining factor. It is understood, however, that a machineof this type had been entered in the stripped class, theabandonment of which has already been referred to. The Club propose holding the hill climbinc competition,the next event on the seasons programme, on the 29thinst. At time of writing, it is regretted, the venue has notbeen decided upon, but the results of the deliberations ofthe Trials Committee, who have the matter in hand, willbe announced early in the coming week. The intention isto select, if possible, a suitable course for the contest withineasy distance of Johannesburg, where the public will beafforded an opportunity of witnessing the performances ofcompeting cars. 10/14 AUSTIN TWO-SEATER AS POWERFUL AS MANY SO-CALLED 15 H.P. CARS.

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Particular!from GILLS GARAGE. Eloff Street, JOHANNESBURG. P.O. Box 4659. Phono 1505. 64 THE SOUTH AFKICAN MINING JOURNAL. Joiianuesburg, Sept. 14, 1912. Automobile Enterprise. Expansion iu the South African motor industry continuesapace, as is evidenced by the several new garages beingerected at, the present time in Johannesburg, the con-trolling centre of this enterprise. In addition to those ofwhich mention has been made in these columns, stillanother substantial, and in every respect up-to-date, garageis to be built on a new and valuable site recently acquiredin a prominent position. From a general commercial stand-point one must conclude that this important new construc-tion bespeaks a condition which cannot be defined otherthan prosperous, and contributes additional proof, if suchwere required, of the prominent factor the automobile hasbeen in bringing about and the wonderful development whichhas characterised this part of the Empire in the past. Nowthat the severe conditions imp

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