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jfs-f f\ AAA TO LEND, in sums oi dWXUjUVJU £500 and upwards. Also, several smaller sums. —J. M. Lennox, Estate Agent and Sharebroker, 37, Queen Street, STJKE Cure for Sore Eye?. Look at Lewisson's show in the window; it can't be beat. -pEINCE OF WALES THEATEE.— Don't X Forget the Grand Duchess, To-night. 'ANIED KNOWN.-Just received and opened out— The New Hat, the Oscab. Best make. S. COOMBES, City Clothing Mart, 80, Queen street. T ~C A E S O 5; O • HOUSE AND LAND AGENT, , BENT AND DEBT COLLECTOR, &c, High Street. WHO has all his Goods marked in plain figures, and makes but one price to rich or poor ? F. H. Lewisson, the People's Jeweller, opposite the Union Bank. 1 /^P|/^ PIECES Fakcy Beocaded IU \J\J Dress Stuff, Is. per yard. J. COSGBAYE & CO. 6 CASES of Millineby Bonnets ; very choice novelties indeed. J. Cosgeave & Co. TO Mining Managers. —Queen-street Gold Mining Company. Specimens from Caledonia, Whau, Long Drive, Hatters, Pride of Tokatea, and other Coromandel Stock in Drops, Pins, Lockets, Brooches, &c, for sale, by F; H. Lewisson, Jeweller, opposite the Union Bank. PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE. Come and see Madame Simonsen as the Grand Duchess. FOR SALE, a Fishing Boat (3 tons), one Outrigger Skiff, and one Open Skiff; also, several fbips'Boats.—Apply to J. Clabe, Boat Builder, Customhouse street. npO LET, a neat four-roomed Cottage, with X Cellar, Tank, Well, Garden, &c. James Reed, Grocer, Eden Terrace. TO LET.—A Neat Cottage with live rooms ■with Two-Stalled Stable, and large Garden attached, situated on the Newton Road. —Apply to IT. Pabtington, 30, Queen street. O BE LET, Munro's Sail Loft and Cot« tage. Fort street.—Apply to Samttei. COOHBANE AND SON. FOR SALE, Cheap, one of Aicock's best Three-quarter Billiard Tables.—Apply to E. and R. Cotteb, Cabinet-makers, 140, Queen street. "C 1 I E E B E I a A D E. Notice is hereby given that Mr. Seebing H. Matthews has been appointed Superintendent of the Insurance Companies' Fire Brigade. JOHN BUCHANAN, Secretary Insurance Agents' Committee. ■piEE BEiaADE. Persons employed to render assistance at fires will be paid next morning at the Stationhouse, Queen 3treet, at the rate of Eighteenpence for the first hour of service, and One Shilling per hour afterwards. SEERING H. MATTHEWS, Superintendent. I AM a purchaser of good Quartz for cutting into Jewellery, Gum Ornaments, Thames Cornelians, New Zealand Curios, Red Jaspar, Black Stone from Mares Island, old Gold, old Silver, F. H. Lewisson, opposite the Union Bank. AUCKLAND HARBOUR BOAED. EEECTION OP SEA WALL IN CUSTOMHOUSE STREET. Harbour Board Office, Auckland, Bth May 1872. mENDERS for the Erection of a Sea Wall X in Custom-house Street, East, in terms of Plans and Specifications to be seen at this office, will be received on TUESDAY, the 21st inst., at half-past two o'clock p.m. Tenders to be endorsed "Tender for Erection of Sea Wall." WILLIAM 0. DALDY, Chairman, SURE Cure for Sore Eyes. Go and look at Lewisson's new Stock of Gold and Silver Watches. BAKE OF TOKATEA GOLD *MINING COMPANY (Regustebed.) NOTICE ia hereby given that the office of the Company has been Removed to No. 34, Insurance Buildings. A. W. FLEMING, Legal Manager. I COROMANDEL HARP GOLD MINING COMPANY, Registered. A CALL (the third) of Fourpence per Share has been made upon the Capital Stock of the Company, payable at the Company's office Thii Day, or before the .25th inst. —By order of tb.B Directors. P. McTAVISH, Manager. 42, Queen street- Auckland, May 8,1872. NORTH DEVON GOLD MINING COMPANY (Limited). THE Directors have made a Call (the 4th) i of One Shilling per Share on the Capital of the Company, payable to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, Shortland Btreet, Auokland, on or before May 25, 1872. F. A. WHITE, Secietary. SONS OF FREEDOM GOLD MINING COMPANY (Limited). rpHE Transfer Books will be closed from X Noon on MONDAY, the 13th instant, until Noon on TUESDAY, the 14th instant, when a Dividend of One Pound (£1) per Share will be payable at the Office, Canada Buildings, Queen atreet. THOS. LEIGH WHITE, Secretary. Auckland, May 10,1872. rriHE undersigned is Agent for the following X Gold Mining Companies— Tokatea Harbour View Siege of Paris Nil Desperandum Golden Pah British Royal Oak Buffalo R. HORNB, Queen street.
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