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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 7969, 26 July 1889
LOST AND POUND. OUND.-Tlie most reliable Watchmaker is I. 1 Peter Dink (upstairs), next Athetueum Watches cleaned (fts), Mainsprings (4s fid). OST, a small Silver Matchbox, initial), d J " F.C." Finder rewarded on returning to R. Underwood, Bull and Mou".h Hotel, Maclaggan street. SHIPPING. ELLI3 LINE OF STEAMERS. _ rrnE s.s. centen- *- NIAL (Captain i edin for Sydney vi* ! Northern Forts on or about the 31st JULY. Passengers booked through to Melbourne at Special Rates, Particulars as to freight and passenger fares apply to JAMES FOX, Agent for New Zealand, Dunedin. SPECIAL STEAM SERVICE. REDUCED RATES. FOR SYDNEY via COASTAL PORTS. JT rf\EE S.S. RINGA--1 <A A . L ROOMA will be .despatched on WEDNESDAY, Slat inst., carrying ■ Passengers at specially reduced fares. For further particulars as to passenger and cargo rates apply to UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. NION BTEAMSHII ; COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND «»<»««»> (LIMITED). TIME TABLE. TOR OAMARU.— BEAUTIFUL STAR, s.e. on Tuesdays and Fridays. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf This Day (Friday), at 10 p.m. FOR WELLINGTON DIRECT. RING A-. ROOMA, b.s , on Saturday, 27th July. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 2.30 p.m. Carero till 11am. FOR LYTTELTON, WELUNOfON, TARANAKL AND MANUKAU. - MAWHERA, P.H., on Saturday, 27th July. Passengers from Dunedin Whaif at p.m. POK LVTTELTON, WkLLLNWi,,. PICTO.ST, NEL3ON. TARANAKI. AND MANUKAU. - PENGUIN, b.s., oi Taesday, 30th July. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 3 p.m. Cargo till noon. FOR AUCKLAND via LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, NAPIER, AND GISBORNE. —TE ANAU, s.s, on Wednesday, 3lst July. Passengers per 2.30 p.m. train. Cargo till 4 p.m., Tuesday. FOR SYDNEY VIA LYTTELTON, WFLLINGTON. NAPIER, GISBORNE. AND AUCKLAND.—TE ANAU, s.s., on Wednesday, 31st July. Passengers per 2.30 p.m. train. Cargo till 4 pm. Tuesday. FOR MELBOURNE VIA BLUFF.- i MARAROA. s.s., on Thursday, Ist August. | Passengers per 2.30 p.m train. FOR FIJI from AUCKLAND.-ARAWATA i r.s., about Sunday, 18th of August. I FOR TONGA AND SAMOA. - WAINUI from AUCKLAND, about Wednesday, July 31. Freight and Passengers bnoked through, Fn'l paHio«br» nn amplication, FOR TAHITI.-RICHMOND, s.s., on Fm'ay, 23rd August. SPECIAL CARGO AND PASSFNGEB SERVICE Reduued Fares and Cargo Prices, FOR WESTPORT VIA TIMARU, AKAROA, LYTTEuTON, WELLINGTON, AND NEISON.-MAHItfAPUA, s.s., on Friday, 2nd August. Tassengere from Duned:n Wharf at 6p.m. Cargo till 2p.m. ' FOR GREYMOUTH(taking cargo forHokitika) VIA OAMARU, TIMARU. LYTTELTON, AND WELLINGTON.-HERALD, p.?., i on Monday, 29th July. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 10 p.m. Cargo till 4 pm. FOR AUCKLAND VIA OAMa.RU, TIMARU (taking cargo for Tauranga).— OMAPERtf, s.s, on Saturday, 27th July. Passer gers from Dunedin Wharf at p.m. Cargo till 1 p.m. Offices : Corner of Vogel, Water, and Cumberland "treets.^ PROSPECTUS. ROSP E C ' OF THE GOLDEN BAR DREDGING COMPANY (SHOTOVER MOUTH), LIMITED. To be Registered under "Tho Companies Act, 1882." CAPITAL L 6.000 In 6,000 Shares of LI each. 3.000 shares fully paid up reserved for the promotors ; 3,000 Bhares to be offered to the public, payable as follows:—2s on application, 2s on a'lotment, the balance in calls not to exceed 2s per month. It is not expected that more than 16s per share will require to he called up. Provisional Directors : Captain Cameron, U.S.S. Company John Cook, Esq., U.S.S. Company Captain Fasther, R.N , U.S.S. Company Thomas Moodie, Esq., Perpetual Trustees Company Captain M'Far'ane, Port Chalmers Robert Neil!, Esq. , Bankers; Bank of New Zealand. Brokers : Andrew Hamilton, Exchange Court. Interim Secretary: Andrew Hamilton, Exchange Court. Solicitors; Macgregor and North, Dunedin and Port Chalmers. This Company is formed for the purpose of acquiring and working the claim on the Shotover River called the Golden Bar, which is situated about four miles below the now famous claim of Mr Sew Hoy at the Big Beach, and is about one mile and aquarter in length, running from the Lower Shotover bridge down to the mouth of the river, where it joins the KawaTau. This claim is most conveniently situated, being close to the main roacl, so that ooal and all materials can bs placed on the ground at a reasonable cost. It ia proposed to work the claim by a bucket drudge, si milar to that at present working on the Big Beach, with such improvements as experience may Buzgf st. The cost of the dredge, ful'y cquipp d. is estimated at about L 2.250, and gold should be obtained as soou as the dredge is at work. As soon as two-thirds of the shares are subscribed a rontract will bo entered into for a dredge, which would then he placed upon the river without delay. Nothing need be said of tho immensely rich gold deposits of the well - known Shotover River, more especially about this locality. The river runs mostly through deep, rocky gorges, and for miles is totally unfit for dredging ; but the claim now under offer is quite free from gorge. It has also a false or simly bottom, from which ihe gold cin be readily scraped up by a bucket dredge. At the lowest calculation, the proposed dredge tliould lift 50 tons per hour. It will therefore be easily understood that the returns from such an amount of goldbeaiing stuff must be large. Prospecting has heen carried on above by the Big Beach Company, and below, at the junction of the Kawarau, with highly satisfactory results. All expenses for floating and registering the Oompany to be paid by the Company. Applications for shares will now be received by the Company's Broker, and the Sbare List will olose as soon as the requitite number of shares shall have been applied for. As nearly 1,000 shares have been taken up, early application is necessary to secure the balance of the 3,000 shares now cffeiej to the public. AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 31st JULY, 1889, At 1 o'clock. C. ARBUCKLE • has received instructions from Mr Samuel Wootton (who u leaving the district) to f©ll by auotion on his premises, Ross place t Lawrencp,, on the Above date, Sections 19, 20, 33, and 34, Block XL11... Lawrence (between Mrs Airey'B and Mr O'Ooi man's). Sections 4, 5, 6, and 7; Block XIV., Law ronce, which are substantially fenced and down in English grass, being situtted on the Wetherstctfos road. Sections 1, 2, 3, and V., Lawrence,, well situate bthind the District High School, and laid down in English grass and clover. Also, Tho whole of his household furniture and rfleet', and the tool* and plant necessary for carrying on an extensive bakery business; all in first-class order. The solo reason, for the above sale being Mr Wootton's leaving tho district, the public can Jeyend on its behuj boj\»; fjd,o... i
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