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NOTES AND QUERIES. [12 8 . V i. MAY 15, 1920.


The

"ALL-IN" POLICY

still affords the Householder the

most complete cover yet devised


For an inclusive premium of 5s. per 100 per annum (minimum premium 7s. Qd.) it covers practically every serious risk to which the householder is liable in respect to the contents of his home.


SPECIAL FEATURES

1. Saves Time, Money, Trouble.

2. Obviates the inconvenience

of paying separate pre- miums at different dates.

3. Contains no arbitration or

average clause.

4. Renewed free every sixth

year if no claim has been made in the interim.


IMMEDIATE BENEFITS

In considering the question of taking up this Policy, it is well to remember that if you have policies in force terminating at different dates, you can immediately enjoy the benefits of the "All-in" Policy, full deduc- tion from the premium payable being allowed by the Company for the period in respect to risks for which policies are still in force.


A Special "ALL-IN" Policy for Houseowners covers the building only for is. 6d. per 100.


Send to-day for full particulars and Proposal Form "ALL-IN" POLICY DEPT


The most progressive

Office (or all classes

of Insurance


Branches and Agents throughout the United Kingdom


41 THREADNEEDLE ST. LONDON E.C.2

HEAD OFFICE: BRITISH DOMINIONS HOUSE ROYAL EXCHANGE AVENUE, LONDON, E.C.3

ASSETS EXCEED 819,000,000


Printed by THE ATHENJEUM PRESS, Bream's Buildlngf, E.C.4. and Published by THE TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY (Limited)

Printing House Square, London E.C.4. May 15, 1920