Dividends. LONG DKIVE GOLDMINING COMPANY (REGISTERED). THE TRANSFER BOOKS will remain CLOSED until twelve noon THIS DAY, when % DIVIDEND of £3 per share will be payable at the Company's office, Shortlanda treet. CHARLES TOTHILL, Man»e;er, Auckland, October 29, 1869. Prospectuses.
AUCKLAND AND THAMES STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY (LIMITED). Capital : £12,500, in 2,500 sharea of £5 each. Projectors : Ellis Brothers | J. Griffiths. Bankers : Bank of New Soutn Wales, Auckland. Solicitous ; Messrs, Beveridge and Ritchie, Auokland Manager fro tem, : George Ellis. ' |^HE purchaser of the s.s. * LUN A' haviug JL been completed for £8,500, and nun boilers in course of preparation, and the iu teiior of the vessel uudergoing an entire change, when all completed it will render he auperior to any vessel m the Southern tseas. It is confidently expected that the 'Luuu will reach a speed of sixteen miles per hour. Ihe ' Ljna' w»b built by Laird, of Birkenne of the very besb steel, in 1864. Her eng ues are by Renner, of London, 140-horse power (nominal) ; length, 180 feet ; beam, 24 feet and will draw about four feet when runniug in the Thames trade. The ' Luna' will have ample accommodation for 750 passengers, and it is the intention of the projectors to make her all to be desired by the travelling public between Auckland and the Thames. The projectors have taken £2,000 in the venture^ leaving 400 shares to be offered to the public, the remaining £8,500 already raised by mortgage, at eight per cent. Thbre is little doubt that the increasing value of the aharei, and ths great profits when running, will soon enable to Compacy to pay off the mortgage. A deposit of £2 10a. on eac a are taken to be paid to the credit of the Auckland and Thames Steam Navigation Company (Limited), Bank of New South Wales, Auckland, the remaining £2 10s. on the arrival of the boat at the Thames, vhen the shares will be allotted, and the Company formed. The share liet will close on the 31st October, after which date no shares will be available, Applications for Shares may be left with the Bunkers /£. Solicitors for the Company, or Wltll taeir manager, Mr. George Ellis. — ■ 1 .mi— —U
Notices NEW ZEALAND WAR MEDAL. HER Majesty the Queen having been graciously pleased to extend to the Colonial Forces the grant of the Decoration conferred for the War in New Zealand, and the Government having taken steps to receive the Medal>, applications ia accordance with the rngulatiom hereafter set forth will be received at the Colonial Defence Office, Wellington, from persons entitled to receive the Medal. Regulations. The medal will be given to all persons, whether belonging to the local forces or loyal native tribec, who during the war in New Zealand were actually under fire in any engagement with tbe enemy, or were otherwise conspicuous for distinguished service in the field. It will also be given to the nearest relation of those who were killed iu action or died from wound*. The application must set forth the name and date of the action or service on which the claim is founded, and specify the nainei in full of the applicant, hi« regimaatal number and rank, and that of the corps to which he belonged, together with the name of hu immediate commanding officer and thai; of the officer commanding in the engagement. Applications from tbe relations of persons killed in action or Trho died from wounds must be accompanied by a statutory declaration showing the nature of the relationship and claim. The medal will not be given to any person who, since the occurrence of tho service on which a claim might be founded, has done anything unworthy of a soldier. All applications must be made through the officer who immediately commanded the applicant ia the engagement referred to, or, in the absence of such officer, direct to the Uuder-Seorefc»ry for Colonial Defence. (Signed) DONALD MoLEAN. Auckland, October 25, 1869. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. NOTICE U hereby gwen that the PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing between Thomas Macfparlane, Gttstav Vow deb Heydk, and George Henderson, under the style and firm of HENDERSON k MACFARLANE, TERMINATED on the seventeenth day of September, 1869. THOS. MACFFARLANE. G. VON DER HEYDE. GEO. HENDERSON. Witness to signatures : Wit. Joynt. Auckland, Ootober 26, 1869. WITH reference to tho above notioe THOMAS HENDERSON and GUSTAV VON DER HEYDE beg to intimate tkat the BUSINESS lately conducted by the above-named copartnership will in future be carried on by them, under the same name, »tvle, or firm of HENDERSON & MACFARLANE. THOMAS HENDERSON. GUSTAV VON DER HEYDE. Auckland, October, 1866. HARP OF ERIN GOLDMINING COMPANY (TO BE REGISTERED). SHAREHOLDERS in this Company are requested to sign the Deed of Assooia. tion now lying »t the office of Mesara Whit akkr and Russell. The working Shareholders are also requested to pay the varioui &ums due from them to tbe sleeping Shareholders without delay. If this is not speedily done the work will be resumed upon the former basis. W. ROWE, Legal Manager. Shottland, October 19, 1869.
AUSTRALASIAN GOLDMINING COM PANY (REGISTERED). IT is hereby notified that CHARLES ALEXANDER is appointed Legal Manager for the above Company, and that the office of the Company ia now at 24,Queen•tract. Auckland GEORGE TUREBLL, For the Directors.
> Ootober 2. 1369. FOR PRIVATE SALE, A FIRST-CLASS BUGGY HORSE,— Apply to H. HARDINGTON, Bmmuc Ywdj,^Qttttn.itmtf,
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