AUCKLAND LAND SOCIETY, No. '7., ' - •• Capital-!£ 20,000. In 1,000 Sharea of £20 each, payable in weekly instalments of Two Shillings per share.
President. : Mr. E. King. Vioe-Presidbnt : Dr. C. F. Fischer. Tbeasuker: Mr. W. Rattray. 1 ■ j. Trustees,: , Messrs. E. J. Cox, S. J. Edmonds, and J. Flower, Auditobs : Messrs. A. Barnes, P. A. Philips; and C. Williamson. COJDIITTEE : Mr. T. Thompson Mr. S. Marks Mr. O. Smallfield Mr. T. Forghara Mr. H. Keosing, junior Mr. R. W. Moody Mr. G. Leaby Mr. R. Laishley Mr. W. MoKinstry Mr. J. Halyday Mr. J. Diddams Mr. L. Turrell. <. . Bankers'! The Bank of ' Auckland. PROSX'ECTUSES and evory' information may be obtained from any of the Committee or from the Secretary. Shares may be taken up upon payment to the Secretary of the entrance fee of 2t. per share. Tho first weekly instalment of two shillings per share is payable at the Society's Office, QueenBtreet (next door to Messrs. J. Roberton and Go.'n store), on Saturday evening, the 3rd June, HOURS OF BUSINESS ! On Saturday evenings, from 6 till 8 o'clook. On Monday mornings, from 8.30 till 10 o'clook, By order of the Committee, . JOHN BATGER, Queen-street, May 30, 1865. Secretary. ( WAITEMATA STEAM FERRY COMPANY (LIMITED). ■VTOT? 10 - is hereby given that on all ARREARS i_N of Calls INTEREST at the rate of 15 percent, per annum will bo CHARGED from tho due date thereof ;" and that, if the said arrears aud interest are ( not pad on or before the 18th proximo, the SHARES on which they are due will be FORFEITED. G. RIDINGS, Secretary.
BUILDING SOCIETY. qpHE AUCKLAND PERMANENT BUILD- ! X ING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY offers' special advantages to those who desire a perfectly safe investment, and good interest for their money. Every information furnished by tbe ( Secretary, A.i Boardman, Agent to the Great Barrier Saw-mill Company, Canada Buildings, Qneen-Stre'et. NOTICE ir hereby given that the 'PARTNERSHIP hitherto existing between us, the undersigned, in the Business of Publicans, in Auckland, under the stylo of McKenna and Hamilton, bas been this dny ( DISSOLVED by mutual consent. \ ' > All debts due to the late firm will be paid to, and all debts due by the late firm will be paid by Andrew Hamilton. Dated at Auckland, this 17th day of June, 18G5. A. HAMILTON. P. J. MoKENNA. Witness — Thomas S. Weston, Solicitor, Auckland. '
nPHE PARTNERSHIP hitherto existing between X Hastbdt and Lebrs, Accountant*, Wyndham Chnmbers, has been DISSOLVED by mutual con- "° Ut " G. S. HASTEDT, M. S. LEERS. Witness— Goddy Sfenckr. Auckland, May 31, 1865.
NOTICE. IMPOUNDED by H. B. Clarke, for running at large off the Gtafton Road, on June 16 :—: — Dark B»y PONY MARE, black' mane and tail, white stripe down the face, three white feet; no visible brand. If not claimed within eleven days from the date of this notice, application will be made to a Justice of the Peace for an order for the sale of the abovementioned Pony, agreeably to the provisions of the Impounding Act, 1856. WM. EVERS, Poundkeeper. Public Pound, Auckland, June 16, 1865.
NOTICE. IMPOUNDED, afc the Publio Pound, Otahuhu, on June IG, 1865, by George Gill, 'Ranger, for trespass and damage on the Hundred of Panmure s — A Black COLT, white face, hind legs while. Damage, 21s. If- not claimed ■— ifchin cloren days from tho date of this notice, application will be ,made to a Justice 01 the Peace for an order for the sale of the abovementioned Colt, agreeably "to the provisions of th« Impounding Act, 1856. > * JOHN HALL, Poundkeeper. Public Pound, Otahuhu, June 17, 1856.
NOTICE. t-. , _______ i WORKING MAN'S FRIEND. SILVER ENGLISH HUNTING LEVER, warranted sound article, and kept in • correct ' eood going order for two years, free of expense, breakage only excepted, by payment of ss. a week. After £4 10s. is paid up, the remaining £1 to belaid after three months' trial.
F. H. LEWISSON, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER. L NOTICE. nnHE BOARD of EDUCATION will EXAMINE X. CANDIDATES for Certificates of Merit, on WEDNESDAY, 25th June, commencing at 9 a.m. For information as to subjects of examination, Ac, apply to HENRY TAYLOR, , , ; Seoretary. Education Office, June 6, 1865.
NOTICE. ANY Person found REMOVING STONES from .my enclosed Paddocks' on the Great) North Road, withoutiny authority, will bo PROSECUTED, according to law, - - - . WILLIAM MOTION. Auckland, June IT, 1865. NOTICE. LEWIS & SON BEG to state that all ACCOUNTS diw to them must be PAID before the end of the PRESENT MONTH, or legal proceedings will be taken to : enf oroe' the same. . Queen&treet, June 12, 1865. ; f . o ] - . TEN POUNDS'REWARD. j IT having come under my notice that wmo parties , are in 'the habit of PULLING DOWN and CARTING AWAY Portions of the SCORIf^ALL 'wtiioh'eriolo'sei my property on ttie'Great Norlh'Road, the above Reward will be paid to any 'person' who .will give suchtiriformation as will lead to tho'convio^ 'tion of the ■ offenders. ' - > • • ' '* 'WILLIAM MOTION. , ' Auckland, June 17/ 1865. _>l THE Person who SHOT the SILVER PHEASANT COCK on Motoihi, about foup months ago, and afterwards BURIED him, is requested to, seo.Mr. Graham, at his earliest convenience, 'and save further trouble and proceedings. Auokland, June 19, 1866. f '
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