NOTICE TO PUBLICANS "VrOTIOE is hereby given that the ANNUAL i 1 LICENSING MEETING of tho Justices of o Peace for tho City and Northern District of uckland, will be holden at the Resident Magistrate's at Auckland, on TUESDAY, the 18th April exfc, at twelve- o'clock, noon, for the purpose of into consideration applications for LICENSES sell Spirifcuos Liquors, Wines, Ale and Boer. WILLIAM T. LODGE, T, ~ , Clerk of tho Court. ■Kesiaent Magistrate's Court, Auckland, March 11th 1865. WINTEE EVENINGS AT PAENELL. CTTBE first of a SKRIES of LECTURES will be delivered in St. Francis*s College, Pamcll, on JJRIDAY EVENING*, 17th March, at 7 o'clock, by tho Rev. James M'Caffery. Subject"— 41 fit. Patrick and the Irißh Church." P.B. These lectures being in connection with the Franciscan College, and for the express advantage of its students, will embrace literary, scientific, and historical subjects. There will be one lecture and a select reading by one or other of the students every month during th winter. ° A debating class is being formed. Only a limited number of tickets can be sold. NOTICE. THE AUCKLAND SAW-MILIj COMPANY is prepared to supply Timber Merchants, Ship-builders, and Carpenters with SAvvN TIMBER, from 12 to 36 feet in length. Also, Planed, Tongued and Grooved Flooring, of all sizes. Apply to . DONALD M'LENNAN, Agent. Queen-street, Auckland, Ist March, 1865. AUCKLAND INSUEANCE COMPANY 7 (FIBE AJTD MAHINE). THE Directors hereby give notice that the FIRST CALL of Ten Shillings tee Shake, will he payable at the Offico of tho Company, in Queen-st., cn FRIDAY, tho 31st day of March instant. DAVID NATHAN, Chairman. Auckland Insurance Company, Auckland, 2nd March, 1865. THE AUCKLAND PEEMANENT BUILDING- AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. SHARES, £10 EACH, can either be paid in full, or by monthly instalments of 10s. per share, and can bo taken at any time, oither from tho President, Herbort Ashton, £sq.; the Solicitor, E. J. Cox, Esq.; or the Secretary, A. Boardman, Agent to tho Great Barrier Saw Mill Company, Canada Buildings. ■5 .There are no back payments necessary, and the jflonoy paid on shares can ho withdrawn at any $me. V 'Monthly meetings at Mr. Cox's office, on the first eyening in each month. The>Bank of New Zealand receives payments of £10 and upwards on bohalf of the Society. Jirofits divided annually. I Jjps&ry information given by the Secretary at his oWce, as above. A. BOARDMAN, Secretary. ; OTAHUHU PUBLIC HALL. Capital, £1250, rjr 250 Shakes or £5 Each. The Liability of the Shareholders Limited to the Amount of their Subscriptions. t of 70 Shares have already been taken An eligible site having been obtained, early application for Bhares to be made of any of the Provisional Committee, viz.:—Mesfrs. It. Robertson, J". Runciman, J. P. King, \V. Sutherland, W. It. Baithby; and Mr. Joseph Gane, Treasurer. JOHN GORDON, Secretary pro tem. NOTICE. CREDITORS of GEORGE BLACKBURN, now a debtor in prison, are informed that his deed of assignment for the benefit of Creditors will lie at the office of tho undersigned for signature until four o'clock, p.m., on FRIDAY, the 17th instant, and that on the following day the estate will be wound up, and a dividend declared in favour of such as may then have signed. JACKSON & RUSSELL. Eort-street, Maroh Gth, 1865. MRS. COCKAYNE, (widow of the late T. Cockayne), begs to intimate to her Friends audj Customers, that she will try to continue the business of her late husband, aud begs to tliauk all for the kind patronage she has hitherto received, any hopes by strict attention to business, that she mae continue to share that amount of patronage that sh has already acknowledged. GENEKAL ASSEMBLY. THE LIBRARY of the General Assembly being about to bo removed to "Wellington, Members and other Gentlemen having books in their possession are requested to RETURN the same at their early convenience. F. E. CAMPBELL, Librarian. March 9th, 1805. POll SALE, EEADY EOE WOliK, Al2-HORSE POWER ENGINE and BOILER, with self-acting circular gear for cutting timber. On easy terms if required, Apply to VICKERY & MASEFIELD, Albert Iron Foundry. FOR SALE, RIFLE GUN. —Five-barrel Revolving Rifle Gun, by Dean and Adams. This is really tho true weapon for bush war and defence. Price, 30 guineas. For one week, at D. EYITT'S, junr., Gunsmith, Queen-street. FOR SALE. AT REMUERA, five minutes' walk from Nowmarket, an allotment containing nearly au acre. Also a large allotment on the Mount Eden Road. Apply at the Hkbalb Office BUILDING ALLOTMENT. FOR SALE —A corner ALLOLMENT on GRAFTON Road, suitable for erocting a Store thereon. —Apply J. Hebald Office. NATIVE LANDS ACT, QN SAT.-CT AT THE HERALD OFFICE, PEI Cl 3 6d. TUENEE & CO., WINE, SPIRIT, AND GENERAL MERCHANTS, HAMILTON, UPPER WAIKATO. March I, 1865:
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