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CORPORATION NOTICES. "rpHE MUNICIPAL CORPORATION - 1 - ACT. 1908." AND -THE PUBLIC WOKK.S ACT. 15X13." in pursuance of the provisions of the abovementioned Acts, the Mayor, Councillors, and Citizens of the City of Auckland hereby gives notice that it Intends to widen a portion of Symonds-st., in the City of Auckland, and do all works and things incidental thereto, and that for the purpose and object of so doing the land described in the Schedule hereto is required, and will require to be taken by the said Corporation under the provisions of the above Acts, and that a survey has been made, and a plan prepared, signed by John Strauchon, Chief Surveyor, and numbered 14813, showing such land, together with the names of the owners and occupiers thereof, so far as they can be ascertained, and that a copy of such plan has been deposited ln the Office of the Town Clerk of the said Corporation, at the Corporation Offlce, Coburgst.. ln the City of Auckland, the place directed by the Corporation, and is there open for Inspection; and that all persons affected are hereby required to set forth in writing any well grounded objections to the execution of such works, or the taking of such land, and to send such writing within forty days from the 16th day of March. 1009 (being the date of the first publication of this notice), to the Town Clerk, Auckland. Dated at Auckland this 16th day of March. 1909. THE SCHEDULE. Approximate Being Section or area. part of Section Shown on No. Plan No. A. R. P. Being part of Lot 14813 0 0 05.41 1, Allotment 1, Section ,-6, Suburbs op Auckland. HENRY VT. WILSON, Town Clerk to the abovenamed Corporation. THE MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS ACT, 1908," AND "THE PUBLIC WORKS ACT, 1908." In pursuance of the provisions of the abovementioned Acts, the Mayor, Councilors, and Citizens of the City of Auckland hereby gives notice that it intends to widen a portion of High-st., in the City of Auckland, and do all works and things incidental thereto, and that for the purpose aud object of so doing the land described in the Schedule hereto Is required, and will require to be taken by the said Corporation under the provisions of the above Acts, and that a survey has been made, and a plan prepared, signed by John Strauchon, Chief Surveyor, and numbered 14812, showing such land, together with the names of the owners and occupiers thereof, so far as they can be ascertained, and that a copy of such plan has been deposited in the Office of the Town Clerk of the said Corporation, at the Corporation Offlce. Coburgst., ln the City of Auckland, the place directed by the Corporation, and is there open for inspection; and that all persons affected are hereby required to set forth in writing any well grounded objections to the execution of such works, or the taking of such land, and to send such writing within forty days from the 16th day of March, 1909 (being the date of the first publication of this notice), to the Town Clerk, Auckland. Dated at Auckland this 16th day of March, 1900. THE SCHEDULE. Approximate Being Section or area. part of Section Shown on No. Plan No. A. R. P. Part Allotment 14812 0 0 02.48 28. Section 4, City of land. HENRY W. WILSON, Town Clerk to the abovenamed Corporation. GOLD MINING NOTICES. CORONATION GOLD MINING COM. PANT, LIMITED. UN LIQUIDATION.) Notice is hereby given that the Share Register of the above Company will be FINALLY CLOSED on M<JN.DAY. 22nd March, 1900, by which date holders of Transfers of Shares must lodge the same for registration, or they will not be recognised. H. GILFILLAN. Jun., Liquidator. Auckland, March 12, 1909. CORONATION GOLD MINING COMPANY ILIMITED). (IN LIQUIDATION.) All Accounts against the above Company must be rendered to the undersigned not later than MONDAY, March 22, 1900, after which date they will not be recognised. H. GILFILLAN. Jun., . , ~ „ ~ Liquidator. Auckland, March 12, 1908. mAIRUA EXTENDED GOLD MINING "*- COMPANY, LIMITED. A CALL (the 7th) of One Penny per share has been made this day by the Directors, payable to the Secretary, at the Company's Office, A ictoria Arca-de, Queen-st., Auckland, on WEDNESDAY, March 31, 1909. H. GILFILLAN, Jun., Auckland, March 17, 1809. 6Cre t7 ' rpilE MAY QUEEN GOCD MINING COMX PANY, LIMITED. A Call (the llth) of One Penny per Share has This Da, been made by th e 7 D.refto/s payable to the Secretary, at the Company's Offlce, No. 205, Victoria Arcade Queen it iprn! a ?9 d O9. On THURS:DAY . the Btl day of J. W. NICHOL, Auckland, March 16, 1909. Cre OIT ' SCANDINAVIAN GOLD MINING COM PANY, LTD. , 5°H C s'/ „ hereb r Siren that the Shares forfeited for non-payment of Call due ou 22nd January, 1909, will be Sold' by Mr R. C. Carr at his Mart, Swanson-st Auck land, on THURSDAY. l St b day ofMarch 1909, at 11 a.m., unless the amount of the said Calls paid to mc at the Company's Office, Hobson Buildings. Shortland-st. Auckland, on the day previous to such sale! W.M. GRAY, Secretary. Auckland. Oth March, 1W». MEETINGS. •TIHE AUCKLAND CITIZENS' LEAGUE. A Public Meeting will be held ln the ST. JAMES' HALL, WELLLNGTON-ST., On FRIDAY, 19th Inst., at 8 p.m. The following Gentlemen will address the Meeting on the Harbour Board Franchise md the City Council Bye-election:— MESSRS E. W. ALISON, A E. GLOVER M.P., C. J. PARR, J. M. MENNIE. Present and Prospective Members of the Harbour Board heartily invited to attend. Every League Member urged to be present. OMEN'S POLITICAL LEAGUE.— Thursday, March 18th, 8 p.m., Classroom, Pitt-st. Church. Paper by Miss Glyde. Friends welcome.— B. GIBSON, Hon. Sec. 102 HURSDAY NIGHT. 8 p.m.—"Poverty Problems," by Mr. F. G. Ewington. All men welcome. Discussion.—Auckland Brotherhood, East-st. Hall. 101 WE IMPORT the Very Finest China Tea; suitable for Invalids and Delicate People.—John Earle and Co., Tea Importers, Queen-st. 17* OR SALE, fast comfortable Cruising ■ Launch, 23ft x 0; 5 h.p. Zealandia engine: in splendid order; trial glveu.—Reply Lr.unch. 21Q, Star Office. 114 FOR SALE, Bantams, from 2/6 per pair. —Apply No. 2, Ireland-st., Pousonbv. . IJ2 \7olTu li lends will be delighted to get a JL copy of the "Illustrated Guide to Auckland," obtainable at the "Star" Office ana ill Stationers. Price 2/.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 65, 17 March 1909

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