The amount of revenue collected at the Custom-house on goods cleared to-day for cm--umntion wag 1443 4)53; primag', 15 83 lid. Mr Lesl : e A. Korman, fharebroker,, of Nastby and Nen'hom, has resolved on commencing bupiness in Duucdin. An important sale of property in Queen streo Auckland, wdh hold yesterday, when the business prtmwei of B. \YVtrp, composing a large double-frontel shop, kitchen, bakehonse, find c.ffteis up»tairs, and an allotment of 22ft fiontsge on which Iho premi hi stand, wab tubnvtted The bidding was bribk, in LIOO offers, and at length the properly waspnrchascd by Mr M'DrrmoH for [ 4,850. This Is equivalent, to a price of L?, 050, as there is a mortgage of L 1,200 upon tho property. The creditors of J. C. Firth resolved yesterday to allow the debtor to retain his household furniture and effects to the value of LCOO, and tffice furniture to the value of LC4. It stai decided that a? soon as tho Assignee had realised on the property he should call the creditors together again to consider Mr Firth's discharge.
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COMMERCIAL., Evening Star, Issue 7981, 9 August 1889
COMMERCIAL. Evening Star, Issue 7981, 9 August 1889
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