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PUBLIC NOTICES. OOT8! BOOTS! BOOTS! LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP. Bay Direot from the Manufacturers and Importers. LOWEST PRICES IN CITY. See immense Stock, Extensive Variety, Latest Styles in all the most celebrated English and Foreign Makes. Ladies' splendid Evening Shoes from 4s 6d ; superior Walking Fhoes from 6s OJ ; Kid Elastics from 5s lid ; Balmorals and Button Boots from 7n 6d. Men's Balmorals from Oi 6d; Pegged, lOa 6d; Sewn Shoes (plain or cloth tops) from 6s 6J. See celebrated Oookhams (Coveand West's), Flexibles, and numerous .other London makes. ' See genuine Testimonials for 12 to 21 months' wear. See Value. See Va'ue. Bee Value. geemve tfoots. < Qi 6d Women's from 6a Beehive Boots, j ud . Boyg . and Girlg from \3s 6d. Our Prices Defy all Competition. SIMON BROTHER S, Oeorge sweet (near Octagon). EALTH IS WEALTH. PILLB ; they are the most reliable in the world A single dose aots like magic, relieving Giddiness, »ick Headache, Nervousness, Languidness, Wind, or Disturbed Sleep; a single dose make* you feel yourself again. To be obtained from BARNARD ISAAC, Manufacturing and Phar macoutlcal Chemist, 11 Rattray street, six doors from Princes Btreet; and Octagon Drug Hall, corner of George street. 'OLFS'S Schnapps. —Bny original unopened bottles of thejonly genuine Schnapps.

PROSPECTUS. ROSP E C T i OJ TH« EUREKA QUARTZ MINING COMPANY OF NENTHORN, LIMITED, Nenthobn, Cbntbal Otaqo. Registered under the provisions of " The Companies' Act, 1882." CAPITAL L 15.000 In 30,000 Shares of 10s each, Of which 20,000 shares, paid tip to their lull nominal value, are reserved for the original Shareholders as payment in full for their (several rights transferred to the Company, the remaining 10.C00 being offered for Public Subscription on the following terms, viz.:—ls per share on application. Is on allotment, and the balance as required in calls not exceeding Is per share at intervals of not less than a month. Having regard to certain favorable arrangements which have been entered into with the Company's banker, It is contemplated that not more than 5a per shaie will be required to be called up. Peovibionat, Board ok Direotobs : James Hazlett, Esq., Merchant, Dunedin. Geo. W. Fc-gson, Ifsq., Cottesbrook Station, Middlemarcb. Henry Buckland, Erq , Fernhill Club, Dunedin. John Elliott, Etq , Gladbroak Station, Middlemarcb. James Mitchell, Etq , Bui'der, Naseby. John H Bennot, Kfq-, Mine Manager, Nenthorn. Alex. Bartleman, Efq , J.P., Dunedin. R. H. Browne, Etq., Engineer Maniototo County Council, Naseby. John Cogan, Esq, M.0.C., Mine Manager, Nonthorn. Thomas Moodie, E?q., Perpetual Trustees Company, Dunedin. W. Percy Isaac, Etq., HilUide, Dunedin. J, C. Burman, Esq., Estate Agent, South Dun* edia. Bankers: The National Bank of New Zealand, Limited. fc'OLicrroßß: Messrs Duncan and Macgregor, Princes street, Dunedin SICBETART: Walter Hialop, FEq , Perpetual Trustees Company, Dunedin, Brokkrs: Walter Hialop, Perpetual Trustees Company, Dunedin. Leslie A. Norman, Naseby and Nenthorn, The Eureka Qaartz Mining Company of Nerthorn, Limited, is being formed with the object of working two licensed holdings of 30 acres which goldfleld baa been aptly described by mining experts of considerable experience as "The Thames of the Sonth Island of New Zealand." In addition to the licensed holdings referred to, both of which have beea transferred in the corporate name of the Company, there is a grant of a Water Race and Right for five heads of Water, as well as for a Reservoir coveting five acres of ground. It is tbo intention of the Board of Director?, on commencing operations, t> do the following things—viz. (1) To erect a 10-Btamp and 15-horso power engine and boiler in the immediate vicinity of the reefs, as well as suitable appliances for treating the auriferous ore; and (2) to rrovlde for the energetic development of the claims on a thoroughly systematic scale by sinking a main shaft in a central position, with the necessary hoisting and pumping gear. Making their calculations on a liberal basis, the directors estimate that an expenditure of not more than L 2.500 will be involved in the erection of machinery and the execution of a-1 necessary works for placing the mine in a position to pay dividends. The claims held by the Company have been extensively prospected, and so far two foldbearing lod<s have been discovered, both of which can be traced for fully one mile and ahalf, traversing the following claims:—Premier, Fureka, Glencairne, Crystal Cave, and Gladstone. Within the last few days an additional 60 acres hive been applied for by a eompany bearing the appellation of "The Eureka Extended Company," the proprietors of which have discovered the continuation of the reef*, which at that point are over 2ft in width, and carrying good payable gold. In view of the information availab'e to the public in regard to the valuable discoveries already made at Nenthcrn, tha Directors consider it unnecessary to make any statements in reference to the general character of the field, except to remark that it has been practically proved, beyond the question of a doubt, that the lodes are true in chawoter, nVuriDg the foliated schist almost at right angles with the strata, the rock being splendidly adapted to mining operations, and the pay-ore fairly easy of production. The particular lodes in the Company's claims have, as already stated, been extensively prospected, payable gold having been found wherever excavations have been made. Their general width is quito 2ift, and in one place a shaft has been sunk to a depth of 20ft, from which point a trial crushing of a ton of stone was taken and reduced at the battery of Eincaid and M'Queen, Dunedin, the yield being at the rate of TEN OUNCES OP RETORTED GOLD PER TON OF ORE ! The cake of gold obtained from the orushing is now on exhibition at the establishment of Messrs G. and T. Young, jewellers, Princes street, Dunedin. The Directors would draw attention to the fact that so far the richest discovery made on the goldfMd is comprehended in the properties now offered to the public; and, taking all the circumstances of the case into consideration, they have no hesitation in recommending them as a perfeotly legitimate outlet for the investment of capital. The oontract entered into is one between the Company of the one part and Walter Hislop of the other part, in regard to the floating of the Company, the original of wh'ch may be inspected at the offioes of the solicitors of the Company. The Memorandum and Articles of Association uiaj ».™ w .—. r - _-- -- - . Applications, aocompanied by a deposit of Is per share, to be forwarded immediately to either the Brokers or the Secretary of the Company. In cases where no allotment is made the deposit will be returned in full, and where a less number of shares is allotted than shall have been applied for the balance of the deposit will be applied toward the further payment accruing on the shares whioh may have been allotted, Prnspeotuses, with forms of application, may be obtained from the Company's Bankers, Brokers, and Solicitors, and the Secretary. The Share List will close as soon as the requisite number of applications shall have been As a large number of shares have been already subscribed for, immediate application is necessary, as in case of a surplus those most promptly lodged will receive preferential allotment in the order of application. No application for less than Fifty Shares will be received by the Brokers or the Secretary of the Company. Any further particulars may be obtained frcm the Brokers or S whom also 1 copies of the prospectus may be I (MM. " '

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7959, 15 July 1889

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