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Title: Descriptive Souvenir of Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.
Year: 1917 (1910s)
Authors: Fairmount Park Guard Pension Fund Association
Subjects: Fairmount Park (Philadelphia, Pa.). Fairmount Park (Philadelphia, Pa.).
Publisher: Philadelphia: Reichert
Contributing Library: Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, McLean Library
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.00Surplus and Profits, (earned,) 800,000.00 EDWARD A. SCHMIDT. PresidentLINFOED C. NICE. Vice-President and Cashier JAMES MOORE, Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Edward A. Schmidt Edw. C. Shmidheiser Linford C. Nice D. Chas. Murtha Harry A. Poth John R. Livezey Godfrey R. Rebmann Otto W. Schaum Joseph P. Wittman John E. Hanifen Wm. B. Severn J. T. Stuart A. Raymond Raff John R. Goehring The Manayunk National Bank PHILADELPHIA, PA. Capital – – – 0,000Surplus and Profits – 550,000Deposits – – – 3,300,000 Located in the Twenty-first Ward of the CityOne of the Citys great Manufacturing Districts A COMMERCIAL BANK Two per cent. Interest allowed on Interest Deparlment Deposits.Accounts Solicited and Courtesy and Fair Treatment Assured Deposi ors. EDWARD H. PRESTON, President JOHN FLANAGAN, Vice-President R. BRUCE WALLACE, Cashier DIRECTORS John Flanagan J. T. Littlewood Jos. H. Kenworthy Joseph V. Kelly. M. D. Edw. H. Morris T. R. -idauis John J. Foulkrod, Jr. George Flint Edw. H. Preston 12

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o o X 13 THE LP TITLE HID TRUST GODIPHIT BROAD STREET, CHESTNUT TO SANSOM, PHILADELPHIA Capital ,000,000 Surplus ,000,000 FIRST TRUST COMPANY IN THE PHILADELPHIA CLEARING HOUSE Deposits received upon which interest is allowedTitles to real estate insured Loans on mortgage and approved securitiesTrusts executed Safe Deposit Boxes rented in burglar-proof vaultsTravel Bureau PresidentWILLIAM R. NICHOLSONVice-President Vice-President J. WILLISON SMITH EDWARD H. BONSALL Secretary Treasurer LOUIS A. DAVIS LEWIS P. GEIGER. Jr. Trust OfficerCLAUDE A. SIMPLERDIRECTORSWilliam R. Nicholson George W. Elkins Ralph H. North William M. Elkins Henry R. Gummey John W. Brock Joseph E. Widener Frederick J. Geiger Samuel S. Sharp Harry G. Michener Edward H. Bousall George D. Widener Frank P. Prichard Charles H. Harding J. Willison Smith Incorporated 1876 The Real Estate Title Insuranceand Trust Co., of Philadelphia 523 CHESTNUT STREET : : : : Across from Independence Hall The Oldest Title Insurance C

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Image from page 85 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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secured to them inpriority over the ordinary stock holders. When the ordinary andpreference stocks are both taken up, and, theoretically paid forin cashto the amount of the nominal value, then the company nayuse its authority, granted by Parliament, to- borrow money on de- 1. Formerly railway securities were divided into five classes:ordinary, guaranteed, preferential, loans, and debenture stock.About 1870, the second and third classes as well as the fourthand fifth classes were merged. In addition to these principalclasses, there are also various subordinate issues such asrent^charge stocks which are practically guaranteed stocks, andpreferred and deferred stocks. The latter two, however, arebut components of the ordinary stock. There is another veryrare class (according to Wm. J. Stevens, British Railways, p.4.), called the contingent right stock which shares in divi-dends with the ordinary stock after a certain rate on thelatter has been paid. 2. See London Times, August 27, 1871.

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benture, mortgage, or otherwise, to the extent of one-third of the A3 amount raised by shares or one-fourth of the total capital. Among the several important features into which the par-liamentary committee on railway bills would make inquiry beforerecommending the passage of such bills were the financial affairsof the applyinr company. They would scrutinize, first of all, theamount of the capital to be raised by the company, whether by thecreation of shares or by loans. Thus besides considering thelocation and nature of the line, special engineering difficulties, expected traffic, etc., the committee on railway bills, in 1844 as k in the case of the Brighton and Chichester Railway, consideredcarefully the following questions: 1. The amount of the proposed capital and the amount of loansto be raised. 2. The amount of shares subscribed for and the deposits paidthereon. 3. The names and places of residence of the directors withthe amount of shares taken by each. 4. The number of shareho

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Image from page 1174 of “Polk’s real estate register and directory of the United States and Canada” (1911)
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Title: Polk’s real estate register and directory of the United States and Canada
Year: 1911 (1910s)
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Subjects: Real estate business
Publisher: Detroit, Mich. : R.L. Polk & Co.
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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J. E. MiCDONALD H. J. TIERNEY J. D. HAIGHT The Saskatchewan Realty Co. 221, High St. W., Moose Jaw, Canada.REAL ESTATE INSURANCE LOANS Improved and Unimproved Saskatchewan and Alberta Farm Lands. Lands en-bloc and retail. 500,000 acres to select from. Taxes paid and rents collectedfor non-residents. The co-operation of reliable dealers solicited. Write for terms and lists.References: Union Bank of Canada or any Bank in Moose Jaw. FOR INVESTMENTS IN MOOSE JAW The Industrial City of SaskatchewanSEE OR WRITE D. H. THOMPSON & CO. Real Estate, Loans and Insurance MOOSE JAW, SASK. REFERENCE: THE NORTHERN CROWN BANK. TOLHURST. BROWN (& REYNOLDS Real Estate, Loans,Insurance BUILDING AND CONTRACTING City Property, Raw and Improved Farm Lands.Building: Plans Drawn and Estimates Given on Con-tract Work. Office: Room 1, Battell Block. MOOSE JAW, SASKATCHEWAN Taxes Paid and Rents Collected for Non-Residents.Reference: Imperial Bank of Canada. BALFOURBROADFOOT LAND CO. Regina, Saskatchewan

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See Bottom Line Front Cover and Page 2107 2114 (1911) POLKS REAL. ESTATE REGISTER THE GARDEN OFSASKATCHEWAN is the Rosthern District whichgot first prize in the world for raising-wheat in the year of 1911 Wild and Improved Lands for Saleat FRANK KLAASSEN & CO. of this Famous District The Co-operation of Agents invited,Write for lists and terms ROSTHERN, SASK. Reference, Bank of British North America A/. BENNETT & CO. Real Estate and Financial BrokerSASKATCM EWA IM LANDS Saskatoon and Prince AlbertCity F>roperty I,onus on City Property and Farm Lands at Lowest CurrentRates. Private monies conservatively invested on City orFarm Mortgages. Special attention given to collection ofrents and interest for non-residents. Houses Built to your own plans, on a percentage basis, andsold to you on rental payments. Special attention given to valuations for outside investorson Farm or City Property. OFFICES, 412 WRINKLE BLOCK. Reference: Bank of British North America. S ASK ATOON, SASK.

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