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New Zealander, Volume 8, Issue 651, 10 July 1852, Page 4
AUCKLAND WHALING COMPANY.
TO be established in conformity with the Resolutions of the Public Meeting held on the 2nd inst., for the purpose ot engaging in the Whale Fishery with vessels to sail from, the Port of Auckland. Capital £4,000, in 4,000 paid up Shares of £1 each, witli power for the Shareholders from time *to time to increase the Capital by the issue of new Shares .upon such terms as may ibe deemed advisable. Provisional Committee. F. Whitaker, Esq. Major Greenwood. Captain Salmon. Thomas Lewis, Esq. W. Connell,Esq. C. A. Harris, Esq. James Macky, Esq. Dr. Campbell. Win. Brown, Esq. J. W. Bain, Esq. Capt. Daldy. ' Edwin Davy Esq. A detailed account of the advantages arid prospects of the proposed Cempany and the Rules agreed to at the Public Meeting for the Management of, its affairs, will be foutxd in the " Southern Cross" of the 4th of June, and in the " New Zealander" of the following day. Applications for Shares are requested to be made as early as, possible to the Hon. Secretary, at his Office, Shortland Street, Auckland, where forms of application.,, and all informa- tion, can be procured. ' « By order, Albert W. Hansard, Hon. Secretary.
EX « CM ESS WELL," AND ON SALE At the Stores of the Undersigned, OA HHDS CAMPBELTON WHISKEY v 350 Dozen Marzetti's Ale,,and Porter Bass's No. 3 Ale, in Hhds. Marzetti's Stout, in ditto Kartell's Hrandy, in ditto Jamaica Rum, in ditto Geneva,, in 1 dozen cases 400 tins Paints, assorted, in small > packages 1 ton Putty Copal Varnish , in tins ■Raw and Boiled Oil 1 Double action Winnowing Machine! 1 Convex Ghaff Cutter Winnowing Cloths Refined Sugar Currants, in barrels j3"gar Candy in boxes Jamaica Ginger Grocer's Paper, assorted Coleman's Starch Cream of Tartar Yellow Soap 1 Case Grindery, assorted Calf Skins arid Kip Butts Roan Skins Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes, ay large assortment Ground Paint Brushes, assorted 1 Puncheon Slops &c , &c, &c, Davy & Jarvie. July 2nd, 1852.
._ NQTXQE^ THE Undersigned beg to intimate that they- have opened a Branch Store at Onehunga,.. where they purpose keeping a General Assort- ment of Goods, — prices the same as in Town. Davy & Jarvie. June 17, 1852.
A. W. HANSARD, HOUSE, ESTATE, CUSTOM HOUSE,, AND GENERAL AGENT/ SHORTLAND-STREET.
SEVERAL HOUSES in all parts of the, Country, Town, and Suburbs to be Let. Many Building Allotments in Town and* Suburbs for Sale or Lease. A FEW SUMS OP, MONEY ready to be. advanced on unexceptionable security.
FOR SALE, part of Allotment No. 7, of Sec. 36, situated in the best part of Wakefield Street, being at the commencement of that street close to its junction with Queen and Grey Streets ; having thereon 1. — A good SHOP with handsome front and' double entrance ; with comfortable keep- ing room and 2 smaller rooms in the rear — the. whole built to adapt it for the easy erection of a second story. 2. — A comfortable small Cottage with 4 rooms and verandah— the 2 front rooms lined and papered. The whole inclosed — and having a good bricked well. Further particulars on application to A. W.Hansard, House and Estate Agent, Shortland Street.
TO BE SOLD.
At moderate rates, and on terms of payment easy to purchasers, TWO or THREE Small FARMS, of from 20 to 40 Acres, of most excellent land, — situated at an easy distance from town, approached by a good road. All terms and particulars may be learnt on application to A. W. Hansard, House & Estate Agent.
ajffltto HOME EDUCATION. cjSSk MRS. WOOLLY begs to invite the attention of her Friends, and Parents and Guardians generally to her Establishment for Young Ladies, Queen -street, Auckland. In this Seminary the comforts of home, the advantages of a School, and a solid Education, based on religious and moral principles, may he depended upon. Terms for Board and Instruction in all the essential branches of a complete English Education, 22 Guineas per annum ; Daily Boarders, 10 Guineas. For Day Pupils, £1 ss. per Quarter. Fiench, 155,; Piano- forte and Singing, £1 55.; Drawing, £1 Is.; Dancing, £1 10s. The duties of the School will be resumed on the 28lh June, 1852.