NOTES AND QUERIES. [i2s.vi. MAY 29, 1920.
Travellers, Tourists, and Holiday- Makers should read this before leaving home.
Accidents during the Holiday Season happen with distressing frequency ; and all prudent persons before setting out for their apnual period of enjoyment should safeguard themselves by taking up a
" B.D." SPECIAL PERSONAL ACCIDENT POLICY
Being thus wisely covered by insurance will not lessen enjoy- ment, but should make the holiday more "care-free." For a very moderate premium the insurance provides for 1,000 in the event of fatal accident, 6 per week in the event of temporary total disablement (up to 26 weeks), and substantial amounts in respect to other accidents as specified iu the Prospectus.
Policies are issued in two classes, each with six sections designed to meet the requirements tf persons travelling or on holiday in the United Kingdom or any part of the world, and are issued for periods ranging from one week to six months.
Hotel and Railway Thieves are specially busy during the Holiday Season, and many a Tourist has arrived at his Railway destination or Hotel to find a valuable piece of luggage missing Such loss can be covered by taking up a "British Dominions" Special Luggage Insurance Policy which covers property insured against Fire, Theft, Loss, Pilferage, and Damage whilst in transit by land or sea, and whilst contained in
any Hotel or other premises. Premiums range from 2*., covering the holder for two weeks against loss. Other periods at proportionate rates.
Special attention is directed 10 the fact that the above classes of policies are obtainable at the Head Office or at any of the Company's Branches on day of applica- tion. Prospectuses posted free to any address.
Head Office: BRITISH DOMINION HOUSE,
Royal Exchange Avenue London, E.G. 3
Branches and Agents throughout- the United Kingdom.
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