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" CHALLENGE."

To the Editor of the Daily Southern Cross. SIE, — In Saturday's paper you print a challenge from me to the owner of the 'Peail' to sail a match with the 'Sydney' for £5 Tins is jour mistake, aslwiote fifty pounds. Please correct this, and oblige, Andrew Scon 1 . > Metropolitan Hotel

The RANGiRiRr Gallop.—We have received a copy of the Rangmri Gallop, composed by Mr. Beale, whose musical abilities aie well known and acknowledged in Auckland. Not having heard the music, we are not yet in a position to judge of its merits, but the authorship will be a guarantee of them to some extent; and as a colonial effort, and as bunging to mind an important engagement in the war in New Zealand, the Eangiriri Gallop will no doubt be appreciated. It can be obtained fioin all the ptmupal booksellers. The Transport Service —It is reported that the Colonial Government arc about to purchase another steamer, as the 'Alexandra' hat not, with the heavy calls maJe on her by the commins.uiat department, been found -sufficient to cairy out the tiansport aeivice efficiently.

Auckland Gas Company. —A call of ten shillings pei shaie ha^ been made on the shareholders of this company, payable at the company's office, Queen-street, on or before the 7th March next.

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"CHALLENGE.", Daily Southern Cross, Volume XX, Issue 2045, 8 February 1864

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"CHALLENGE." Daily Southern Cross, Volume XX, Issue 2045, 8 February 1864

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