NEW ZEALAND Steam legation &ompng . (LIMITED). Capital, £350,000. ISSUE SECOND SERIES. A PPLICATIONS will be received by il the undersigned for SHARES of £10 each in the New Zealand Steam Navigation Company, (Limited). SECOND SERIES. Conditions. Ten Shillings per Share to accompany each application. Two Pounds per Share to be paid within fifteen days after allotment.* The Balance by calls of £1 per Share, at intervals of at least three months. Shareholders will have the option of paying to the extent of £5 per Share, receiving interest on the over-payment at the rate of ten per cent, per annum, until absobed in calls. New Shareholders- will participate in all profits earned since the 31st August. Further particulars can be ascertained at the office of Webster Brothers, Agents, N.Z.S.N. Co., Limited. New Plymouth, November 13, 1863. NEW ZEALAND Steam Kabisatton Company (limited). NOTICE is hereby given that the Directors have appointed MONDAY, the I 9th MAY next, as the date for the pay. ment of the SEVENTH call on the first series of Shares ; and the SECOND call on the second series of Shares in the above Company, both at the rate of £1 per share. Webster Brothers, Agents, N.Z.S.N.Co., Limited. Brougham -street, Taranaki, Feb. 26, 1864. VICTORIA HOUSE. FRESH Importation of GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING, The wear of which can be safely guaranteed to give the utmost satisfaction. M. Hood, Jan. 22, 1864. Saucel Whiskey. fTIHE undersigned has on sale SAUCEL ! 1 WHISKEY, in Quarter -casks, Octaves, and Cases, from James Stewart's i Distillery, Saucel, near Paisley. C. Brown. Brougham-street, Feb. 5, 1864. Coach to Poutoko and Fort Robert. WHENWOOD begs to announce to , the Public that his Coach will carry Passengers and Light Goods to the above named Out-posts, on and after Monday next, the Ist of February, and will continue to run every alternate day. Fare each way, — 2s. 6d. Carriage of Parcels, reasonable. Jan. 29, 1864. FOR SALE. TTORK HAMS X Sinclair's Do. W. Devenish, 1 Courtenay-street. | January 1, 1864. In the Estate of H. Passmore, deceased, intestate. ALL Persons having claims against the above estate, are requested to furnish particulars of the same to the undersigned forthwith, and all persons indebted to the same estate are hereby required to pay their accounts within one month from the present date. W. Halse, Solicitor for the Administratrix. Brougham-street, . Feb. 12, 1864. MR. C. DAVY will guarantee to teach any good Mathematical Scholar, SURVEYING & LEVELLING in three Months. Premium 100 Guineas. For further particulars apply at his Office, Devon-street. Jan. 29, 1864. TO BE LET, A DWELLING HOUSE, containing four Rooms. Apply to William Sfurdle. ! Devon-street, February 19, 1864. ON sale at this Office, the following Forms — Prime Entry Home Consumption Shipping Bill for warehoused goods Promissory Note Sets of Bills of Exchange Bills of Lading
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