1895 ANTIQUE VICTORIAN Britain IMPERIAL India BRITISH EMPIRE His Highness the Nizam’s Guaranteed State Railways Company REGISTERED MORTGAGE DEBENTURE INTEREST WARRANT STATEMENT Thomas Alder Thorp Esquire Harold A Beeching Esquire COLLECTABLE HISTORICAL RAILWAY EPHEMERA ANTIQUE DOCUMENTS | British & Far East Traders Lifestyle & Shopping Blog
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1895 ANTIQUE
VICTORIAN Britain
IMPERIAL India
BRITISH EMPIRE
His Highness the Nizam’s
Guaranteed State Railways Company
REGISTERED MORTGAGE DEBENTURE
INTEREST WARRANT STATEMENT
Thomas Alder Thorp Esquire
Harold A Beeching Esquire
COLLECTABLE
HISTORICAL
RAILWAY EPHEMERA
ANTIQUE DOCUMENTS
  
DETAILS:
 
Warrant No. 179
 
His Highness the Nizam’s Guaranteed State Railways Company,
LIMITED
 
Offices: WINCHESTER HOUSE, 50, OLD BROAD STREET, LONDON, E.C.
 
Interest on REGISTERED MORTGAGE DEBENTURES
at 4 per cent per annum, 
for Half-year ending 30th June, 1895. 
 
Payable to
Thomas Alder Thorp Esq,
for a/c of self &
Harold A Beeching Esq. 
 
Interest at 4 per cent per annum on
£ 600 Mortgage Debentures:
£12
 
Less Income Tax at 8d. in the £: 8 s
 
Net Amount of Warrant: 
£ 11 12s
 
This portion to be retained by the Proprietor
 
FINE PRINT:
 
I hereby certify that the amount deducted for Income Tax
on this Statement will be paid by me
to the proper Officer for the receipt of Taxes,
W.G. HALL, Managing Director
 
This Statement will be received by
the Inland Revenue as a Voucher
for claiming return of Income Tax. 
 
 
 

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Nizam’s Guaranteed State Railway (NGSR)
was a railway company operating in India from 1879 to 1950.
It was owned by the Nizams of Hyderabad State,
and its full name was
His Exalted Highness, The Nizam’s Guaranteed State Railway. 

   
The company began with a line built privately by the HEH, the Nizam,
which was owned and operated by the company
under a guarantee from the Hyderabad State,
much to the dismay of the British authorities.

    
Capital for the line was raised
by issuing redeemable mortgage debentures.
The Nizam’s railway was eventually consolidated
with the Hyderabad-Godavari Valley Railway (HGVR).
In 1951, both the NGSR and the HGVR
were nationalised and merged into Indian Railways.
 
 
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