I Pablio Notices. TkEVONPORT HIGHWAY BHi U TKICT. Ratepayers In arrear are requested to Pay the amounts dne by them to the Collector at once. All Kates unpaid after 24th instant will be Bueo for without fnrthernotlce. R . oAMKßONi Chairman Dovonport District Board. EVONPORT HIGHWAY DISTRICT. Notice is heroby given that any person Digging or Removing Soil from any or the Public Koads in the above district, without the express permission of the Board, will be prosecuted. B. CAMKRON, Chairman Devonport Dlatriot Board. it TO £100° LENT on Buildi "X dfc I_Vf Society principleß, or on other terms to suit borrowers. Mortgages and lioans negotiated. See List ot Propartiss for Bale on fourth page. Six per cent, allowed en money deposited for investment.-C. Williamson, Land. Commission, aud Estate Agont, Vulcan Lane. Goldmining Notices. QUEEN OF BEAUTY EXTENDED GOLD-MINING COMPANY (Limited). Shareholders whoße names and tho number of whose shares are hereunder set forth are requested to take notice that their Shares, forfeited for Non-payment of Calls, will be Bold bj Public Auction by Mr Greenwood, at his Auction Mart, Queen-3treet, Auckland, on THURSD Asf, tho 24th day of March, 1881, at the hour of 11 o'clock a.m., unless the Call, together with expenses that may have accrued thereon, be paid to the Manager before the day of sale. Shares. Numbers, James Adams .. .. 1 13291 James Gorrio, senior .. 10 14373 to 11382 David Gorrio 21 11383 to 14103 John Mack Hutchoßon .. 8 11404 to 14111 Kmmaßoyes 5 14504 to 14508 James Gorrie, junior _ 2 14614 to 11615 JohnMoller 25 12575 to 12599 JohnF. Sloman .. .. 20 8865 to 5884 D. G. MacDONNKLL, Manager. Company's Office, No. 11, N.Z. Insurance Co.'a Buildings, Auckland, March IS, 1881, I THE undersigned, hereby make applica- , tion to Register tho " MAT AW AT GOLD MINING COMfANY" as a Limited Company, under tho provisions of "The Mining Companies Act, 1872." 1. The Name of the Company is to be " Tho Matawai Gold Mining Company, Limited." 2. The place of operations is at the Tiki, Coromandel, in the Provincial District of Auckland, in the Colony of New Zealand. 3. The Registered Office of the Company will be situated at the New Zealand Insurance Company's Buildings, Auckland, in the Provincial District of Auckland, and Colony ot New Zealand. 1. The Nominal Capital of tho Company is Ten Thousand Pounds sterling in Ten Thousand Shares of One Pound sterling Each. 5. Tho Number of Shares Subscribed for is Tea Thousand baing the entire number of Shares in the Company, 6. The number of paid-up shares ia Two Hundred and Might. 7. The amount already paid-up ia Two Hundred and Eight Pounds btsrling. 8. The N ame of the Manager ia Dennis Gilmore MacUonnell. 9. The Names, and Addresses, and Ocoup • tions of the Shareholders, and tho Number o Shares Held by Each at this Date, are a follow :— Shares. Jameß Walsh, Auckland, Gentleman .. 2118 William Joseph Young, Auckland, Native Interpreter 1221 Benjamin Gilmer, of Auckland, timber merchant 816 James B. Dickson, Auckland, Miner .. 2118 Thomas George H. Clacie, Auckland, settler 816 George Croughly Gordon, Auckland, Merchant _ • ■ • • 108 William Meikle, Mercury Bay, Saw Mill Manager .. .. .. 816 Thomas Rogers, Auokland, Clerk .. .. 816 Sarah Moore, Auckland, Spinster .. ..208 Total .. 10,000 Dated this 11th day of March, 1881. D. G. MACDONNKLL, Manager. Witness to signature: Joseph Newman, J.P. I, Dennis Gilmore MacDonnell, do solemnly and sincerely declare that— 1. I am tho Manager of tho said intended Company. 2. The above statement is, to the best of my belief and knowledge, true in every particular, and I make this solemn deolaration conscientiously believing the same to be true, and by virtue of an Act ot the General Assembly of New Zealand, intituled "The Justices of Peace Aot, D. G. MaoDONNELL. Taken before me this 11th day of March, 1881— Joseph Newman, J.P. Auctions. TO-MORROW. TO MERCHANTS, STOREKEEPERS, and OTHERS. I G. W. B I N N E V 'TyiLL sell, by public auction, at his Mart, Queen-Btreet, to-morrow, at 11 o'clock. 150 Sacks SYDNEY BONEDUST 367 Sacks OAMARU FLOUB 412 Sacks OAS 12 Sacks OATMEYL(2S's) 56BagaOATMKAL(50'8) 14 Cases CANTERBURY CHEKSE 138 PRIME SYDNEY HAMS. Terms at Sale. TO-MORKUW, Noon. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE (New and Secondhand), lor Drawingroom, Dining-room, Bedroom, Kitchen, &c. Spring Mattresses, Handsome Suites, Lamps, Clocks, Sewing Machines, i Pictures, Books, Pianos, American Organs, Harmoniums, Perambulators. Fancy Goods, and Sundries, mo BE SOLD BY AUCTION, A. at ARTHUR'S MART (Furniture Department). TO-MORROW, ONE O'CLOCK. 1 TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, 'pHE CLINKER YACHT BEATRICE, \; i- as she now lies on tho Intake, opposite Mr 1 • Hewson's Ship Yard, 30ft. lonß, 9ft. beam, Rood - carrying capability, with Sails, Sweeps, Dingy, ' &c. AT ARTHUB'S MAJttT i (Furniture Department). 1 Terms Cash. TO-MOBEOW. > .) ' • ! L. W. EAT O N \\f ILL sell by auction, at his Mart, toT T morrow (Wednesday), at 11 o'clock— 30 bags Cocoannts 6 „ Fiji Beans ICO „ Oats SO „ Maize 10J „ Potatoes 10 „ Onioua 5 „ Kumeras 20 „ Sharps 50 „ Bran 3 tons Flour, in 50'S 6 bags Damaged Flour and Pic; Food TO-MOKROW. FURNITURE, FANCY GOODS, &c. i W. DOW DE N t \\7I LL sell ky auction at the Exchange TT Mart, Queen-street, To-morrow (Wednesday), at 11 o'clock, Four Sets Drawing-room Furniture, in Crimson and Green, Kep and Hair Cloth, Three Cheffloneers, Loo Table*, Kitchen Tables, Wuahatande, Dressing Tables, Chests Drawers, Chairs, Iron Bedsteads, Wood Bedsteads, Meat Sates, Picture, Jewellery, &c, &0., I W. S. COCHBANE.] [JAS. DACES. " WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23. ; FREEHOLD iuiLDING SITES, P PARNELL. r > rf^HE Subscribers will sell at their Rooms, ' J_ Fort-street, on Wednesday, 23rd instant, at 12 o'clock, 2g SPLENDID BUILDING SITES. Having large frontages, and containing from i to i acre each, healthfully situated on the seashore, adjoining the properties of Messrs 3. ICisalini; and Reader Wood, and within a few minutes walk of the 'bus. These allotments command delightful views of the sea and surI rounding country which can never be shut out. 1 Seaside, and in fact all building sections, will soon- from the rapid extension of the town—ba very liard to obtain, and must, before very long, command high prices. Terms: } cash, balance 7i %. Plans on application. ■• SAMUEL COCHRANEft SON, Auctioneete.*: :,_\-:. FRIDAY, MARCH 18, L-• • '•' THE GREYHOUND YARDS. S •• ;v • FOR SALE, on Friday, March 18, at 10 o'oloek, Ex' Sampson,' from Wanganui, - - 20 TWO AND THREE-YEAR-OLD DRAUGHT COLTd AND FILIJES, bred by Owen and Lethbrldge 10 Light and Medinm Strength Horses Three-year-old Colt, by Matchless, suitable for express 20 loads Fodder Wanted to Purchase, A Large Male Donkey ALFRED BUCKLAND. (Continued on FourtW'Page.)
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume XII, Issue 3318, 15 March 1881
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