Auckland Savings Bank, Princes-street, January 27, 1859. £400 T0 BE LENT ' in one or morc sums, on Mortgage Security, at 10 per cent. Application stating particulars to be addressed to the Trustees, and sent to this office before 12 o'clock, on WEDNESDAY, the 9th proximo. W. R. FINLASON, Accountant. MR JORDAN, SURGEON DE NTIST, MAY BE CONSULTED AT HIS SURGERY, Opposite St Paul's School, Eden Crescent, DAILY, From 10 to 6 o'clock.
AUCKLAND HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL AND DISPENSARY, Emily Place. MEDICAL \OFFICER~C. F. FISCUEjR, M.D. FIRST HALF.YEAKLY MEDICAL REPOKT. jDETWEEN the Ist of July to the 3Ut of -"-* December, 1858, the total number of Patients received and treated has been 70, of which 62 were Out-patients and 8 were Inpatients, admitted since the Ist of September, the date on which the Hospital was opened. The results of Treatment were as follows . Total Out patients 62 Of which were cured 34 " " improved 9 " " results uuknown ]0 " " unaltered 2 " remain under "treatment...... 7 Total In-patients 8 Of which were cured 3 " died 1 '' remain under treatment... 4 The Diseases treated were : Di?ea?es of the Nervous System 4 ft Digestive System 1L " Circulatory and Respiiatory System *.. 11 " Urinary, &c 5 " Eye3 5 " Extremities and Bones 12 " Skin 5 " Diseases not classified 9 Accidents. Fractures of the Leg 2 Concussion of the Brain and Lacerated Wounds 1 Sprains -. 6 Burn. 1 Wound 1 Subscribers to this Charity who have not yet forwarded their subscriptions arc respectfully solicited to do so. By order of the' Committee of Management. W. Pulham, Hon. Secretary. January 27th, 1859.
THEATRE ROYAL. UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF MR. R, H. COX. npilE Public are respectfully apprized that •*- at tho solicitation Qf numerous Patrons, the Company have prolonged their engagement for SIX NIGHTS, and will perform ! EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK. t xs esTda y, THE OCEAN OF LIFE, In which will be realised the grand spectacle A Shipwreck and Storm at Sea. And the highly sucoessful Ballet VILLIKINS AND HIS DINAH. <gg*Enth-6- Change each Evening.
TEN GUINEAS REWARD. A NY person or persons giving such in- ■£*- formation as may lead to the apprehension of SAMUEL JAMES SAYERS, Cajpenter of the Sbip " KINGSTON/' will receive the above reward on his being given into custody. Description : —Height, 5 feet6 inphesj complexion, sallow; hair, dark brown j clean shaved; eyes, grey j and when he left the Sbip was dressed in a White Moleskin Suit, and Blue Cloth Cap. Any person wilfully harbouring, concealing, employing or retaining the above Samuel Jatnes Sayers, render themselves liable to » penalty of £50. Information to be given at the Polico Office. Riciiaud L. Weeks/ Commander Ship "Kingston." January 27, 1859.
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6, Daily Southern Cross, Volume XVI, Issue 1210, 1 February 1859
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