Embfb^dered Muslins, Berlin Goods, &c , " Now Landed from "Kingston," T?MBROIDERED Collars and Cuffs, Capes, ■*-** Frocks, &c, of the newest styles A splendid assortment of Embroidered Berlin Mats and Cuahious Chenille Baskets, Wools, Canvas, and Patterns, Crochet A nti- Macassars, Bread Cloths and Toilet Covers, and a variety of other Fancy Goods Improved Toys, Puzzles, Transparent Slates, Paint Boxes, &c., &o. Also, a fine-toned PIANOFORTE, in walnut case, latest improvements, at O. Sm4Llfibm>'s, Fancy Repository, Opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall.
185 9. ART UNION OF LONDON. MOW on View, tbe Specimen Plate ofthe 1 * Engraving by C. W. Sharpe of Firth's celebrated Picture (the property of Her Majesty) LIFE BY THE SEASIDE, RAMSGATE, 18fi4, of which every paid-up subscriber for the year ending 31st March, 1859, will receive an impression. Subscriptions received by the undersigned, who is Honorary Secretary for Auckland. O. Smallpield, Queen-street, opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall, where the Specimen Plate may be seen, and Prospectuses of the London Art Union obtained SCHOOL BOOKS, &c, EX "KINGSTON." ON SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED, piNNOCK'S ENGLAND, 12mo, ■*■ roan I Magnall's Miscellaneous Questions Child's Guide to Knowledge I Souths Household Surgery ' Lennie's English Grammar Reids, Stewarts and Guy's Geography McCullock's Ist, 2nd and 3rd Reading Books Mayor's, Universal, Fenning's, Guy's, Butter's, Vyse's and Carpenter's Spelling Books PINNOCK'S HISTORIES : Rome, Greece, England, Ireland, Ancient, Modern, Universal, Bible and Gospel PINNOCK'S CATECHISMS : General Knowledge, Modern and Ancient Geography', Music, Singing and First Cateohism . Ruled, Copy and Cyphering Books. Ready Reckoners, &c, &c. J. F. Letohton, " Southern Cross " Office. Presbyterian Church, Papakura, HPHIS building will be open for Divine Ser- •*■ vice on Sabbath, January 23rd, on which occasion THE REV. MR MACKY, of Otahuhu, will preach in the forenoon at 11 o'clock, and THE REV. MR. BRUCE, of Auckland, in the afternoon at 3 o'clock. A collection will be made at the close of each Service in aid of the Building Fund. A SOIREE will be held in the Church, on the Evening of Monday following, the 24th iust., at which addresses will be delivered by various Ministers and other Gentlemen who are expected to be present. Tickets 2s. 6d. each, may be bad at Messrs T. S. Forsaith's, and G. T Chapman's, Queenstreet, and Messrs. Archibald Clark,' and W. Rattray's, Shortland street, Auckland; Mr. Halls, Otahuhu, and Mr. Willis', Papakura. \ UCKLAND CLUB.— At a meeting of £* the Auckland Club held on the 29th Dec , 1858, it was Resolved :—: — "That unless the members of the Ciub be willing generally largely to increase their Annual Subscription, it is expedient that the necessary steps be taken for dissolving the Club " "That the Secretary be desired to ascertain from each me nber if he will be willing to increase his subscription to £5 55." "That the Secretary be empowered to inform Members that should they be wil Hug to increase their Subscription to £5 55., the Club will be removed to a private House. At a meeting on January 11th, the following paper was read : — "We tbe undersigned Members of the Auckland "Club do express our willingness to pay an Annual Subscription of Five Guineas, on condition of Us being conducted at a private house." (Signed) E. W. Stafford, Chas. Heavy President F. G. Campbell Daniel Pollen F. G. Steward j L OBrien F- D Fen ton j Edw. Mayne C. W. Richmond W. Gisborne David Graham - F. H. Wilson Samuel Jackson Alex. Kennedy W. Bracey Thos. S. Forsaith James M'Cabe H. de B. Adams James Dry G W. D Hay F Dillon Hell Hugh Carleton Joseph Hargreaves Fredk. Whitaker Charles Davis El. J. Osborne Gibbs F. W. Merriman J. T. W. Bacot Donald M'Lean Geo. Friend Resolved :—: — "That the Annual Subscription be Five Guineas (£o 55.) commencing from the first of January, 1859, payable half yearly in advance by Civilians, and a quarter in advance by Military gentlemen. Resolved .—. — That Mr. Canning's offer be accepted. Increased Subscription :—: — Members who have nofc signified their intention to subscribe £b 5s per annum, are requested to do so to tbe Secretary without delay Alber»Wm. Hansaed, Secretary Auckland Club.
rpHE present employers of a young Man, -*- about to part with him, who can certify as to his character and ability, are anxious to procure for him another situation as htoreman. Any one in want of such would find him a valuable servant. Apply at the office of thil paper.
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Daily Southern Cross, Volume XVI, Issue 1206, 18 January 1859
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