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TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME. We, John Lomas, John Tayxok, and Andrew Courteney, all of Waipori, in the Province of Otago, and Colony of New Zealand, Gold Miners, 'send greeting. Whereas we are the persons solely and exclusively interested, whether as creditors of or shareholders intheDevils Creek Quartz Mining and Crushing Company, Registered— a Company incorporated and duly registered under the provisions of the Mining Companies Limited Liability Act, 1865, and the various Acts amending the same, by vir!.ue of a certificate, dated the 13th day of February, 1872 ; and whereas in the proceedings to incorporate the said Company various errors and omissions occurred,* which rendered the said Company unable safely to carry out the objects for which it was incorporated. And whereas, by an order of the Resident Magistrate's Court of the Otago Goldfields, holden at Lawrence, dated the 27th clay of May, 1872, it was ordered that said Devils Creek Quartz Mining and Crushing Company, Registered, should be wound iip in accordance with the Mining Companies Limited Liability Act, and the various Acts amending the same, by William Hayes, of Lawrence, Accountant. Now know ye that we, the said John Lomas, John Taylor, and Andrew Courteney," do hereby declare that we desire the said Devils Creek Quartz Mining and Crushing Company, Registered, shall be declared to be fully wound up and extinct, in order that another Company may be incorporated, by the same name, to cany out the purposes for which the said Company was formed ; and we assent to the said order, and to the winding up of the said Company by the said William Hayes, and to the transfer and assignment of all the estate and effects of the said Company to such succeeding Company to be formed as aforesaid. In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals this thirty-fir3t day o* May, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-two. JOHN LOMAS. CL.S.) JOHN T TAYLOR. (L.S.) ANDREW COURTENEY. CL.S.; Signed, sealed, and delivered by the said John Lomas, John Taylor, and An1 drew Courteney in the the presence of JOHN M'CAY, Gold Miner, Waipori. ! T THE WITHIN NAMED William j- -*■> llayrs, the Official Agent acting in I the winding up of the within named Devils Creek Quarlz Mining and Crushing Company, Registered, by virtue of the within written deed and of the provisions of the Limited Liability Companies Winding-np Act. 3870, and of the Limited Liability Companies Wind-ing-np Act Amendment Act, 1871, and o* every other power enabling me on that behalf DO HEREBY DECLARE the said Devils Creek Quartz Mining and Crushing Company, Regis-" tered, to be fully wound up and extinct. Dated at Lawrence, in the Province of Otago, this fifth day of June, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-two. WM. HA YE*. Witness — ALEX. STEWART, A Justice of the Peace for the Colony of New Zealand. MATRIMONIAL. THE two Bachelors residing on the Alexandra Road, who some time ago advertised in the Tuapeka Times, beg to inform Maggie Black and Flora Macdonald that they are still desirous of achieving matrimoni.il bliss ; and with v view thereto would be glad to correspond with those ladies. Should Maggie and Flora feel similarly disposed, they will oblige by forwarding their address to " Cupid,"" Tuapeka Times Office. HpHE PARTNERSHIP hitherto exi&ting -*- between the undersigned John Low, Thomas Law, aud James Robertson, under the style of Low, Law, and Robertson, Coal Creek, Teviot, has this day been dissolved, so far as the said Thomas Law is concerned. All accounts due to and all debts owing by the late co-part-nership will be received and paid by the said John Low and James Robertson, who will in future carry on the business under the name of Low and Robertson. • (Signed) John Low. . Thomas Law. James Robertson. nVitnesstothe) g Ma signatures. ) ; "May 23,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Tuapeka Times, Volume V, Issue 227, 6 June 1872

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