UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA, London Office, 38 Old Broad street. Directors — George Fife Angas, Esq. ; Robert Brooks, Esq. ; James John Cummins, Esq. ; Robert Gardner, Esq., Manchester; John Gore, Esq.; Charles Hindley, Esq., M.P. ; Benjamin Ephraim Lindo, Esq. ; Charles Edward Mangles, Esq. ; Christopher Rawson, Esq., Halifax; Thomas Sands, Esq., Liverpool ; James Bogle Smith, Esq. ; James Ruddell Todd, Esq. ' Trustees— George Carr Glyn, Esq. ; John Gore, Esq. ; James John Cummins, Esq. Bankers — Messrs Giyn, Hallifax, Mills, and Co. Solicitors — Messrs Bartlett and Bcddome. Secretary — Samuel Jackson, Esq. . COLONIAL ESTABLISHMENTS. Colonial Inspector — John Cunningham Maclaren, Esq. At Sydney, New South Wales. j Local Directors — Thomas Gore, Esq. : Rannulph Dacre, Esq. ; Philip Flower, Esq. ;, S. K. Salting, Esq. Manager — Mr Maclaren. Accountant — Mr James Sea. At Hobart Town, Van Diemen's Land. Local Directors — Alfred Garrett, Esq. ; Joseph G. Jennings, Esq. ; Atkin Morrison, Esq. Manager — Cornelius Driscoll, Esq. Accountant— Mr David Kennedy. At Launceston. „ Local Directors — Michael Conolly, Esq. ; William Fletcher, Esq. ; Philip Oakden, Esq. ; Thomas Williams, Esq. Manager— Lewis W. Gilles, Esq. Accountant — Mr John Hartridge. At Campbleton — Sub-branch. Agent — John McLeod, Esq. At Melbourne, Port Philip. Local Directors — John Gardner, Esq. ; — Rucker, Esq. Manager — William Highett, Esq. NEW ZEALAND BRANCH. Local Directors— George Samuel Evans, Esq. ; D.C.L.. Edward Betta Hopper, I'sq. Georgre Hunter, Esq. Arrangements having been made for the opening of a Branch in New Zealand, notic e is hereby given that bills on Sydney at thirty days' night will be issued at this office to the settlers for such sums as may be required, at a charge of two per cent , redeemable in New Zealand in the notes of this Bank, with a return of the two per cent., thus enabling the colonists to transmit their funds without deduction. The Directors likewise continue to grant letters of credit payable at sight, for any sum not exceeding 300/., and bills, at thirty days' sight, to any amount, on their Branches at Sydney, Hobart Town, JJaunceston, and Melbourne, Port Philip, at the usual terms. By order of the Board, SAMUEL JACKSON, Secretary. The Directors of the New Zealand Land Company hereby give notice that they have effected an arrangement with the Directors of the Union Bank of Australia ; in pursuance of which, a Branch of | the Union Bank will be established forthwith on the Company's First and Principal Settlement. The Directors therefore recommend to the Colonists the Union Bank of Australia, as a means of effecting their pecuniary transactions with convenience and security. By order of the Directors, JOHN WARD, Secretary. New Zealand Land Company's Office, 1 Adam street, Adelphi, 20th August, 1839. HPIiE COLONIAL GAZETTE -L - (commenced in December 1838, in connexion with the Colonial Society") will in future be published every WEDNESDAY afternoon at the Office of the Spectator ; strengthened by all the resources of the latter Journal. "TN FORMATION relative to NEW -L ZEALAND, for the use of Colonists. With Maps, price Is. 6d., London: John W. Parker, West Strand. NEW ZEALAND AGENCY. rpHE BRITISH AND COLONIAL J- EXPORT COMPANY, 98 Leadenhall street, in addition to their other Colonial Agencies, have been requested by several influential parties, proceeding as Settlers to that country, to act as Commercial Agents for the First Colony of New Zealand. The Export Company, whose Manager has been a good deal in New Zealand and the neighbouring British Colonies in Australia, are ready, therefore, to undertake any commission business which intending Emigrants may require previous to sailing, as well as during their absence from Great Britain, especially purchasing and shipping goods adapted to the Colony ; whilst to such parties as may favour them with their business, the most unreserved information will be afforded as to the nature of the country they are going to,— the employment and prospects of the Settlers, — together with the best modes' of investing capital, &c. Sec. Sec. As these valuable Islands eminently possess in their soil and climate, rivers and harbours, flax, fisheries, and forests, the materials of a great and powerful people, there is no reason to doubt the immediate success of the First Colony, and, with the usual energies of Englishmen, that New Zealand will become, in process of time, one of the proudest possessions of the British Crown. Applications to be made to British arid Colonial Export Company, 98, Leadenh'all street. T. HORTON JAMES, ' ' Resident Manager.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, New Zealand Gazette and Wellington Spectator, Volume I, Issue I, 6 September 1839
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