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BANK OF NEW ZEALAND. Capital £500,000 Reserve Fund £100,000 HOKITIKA AGENCY. DRAFTS issued on the various Branches and Agencies in New Zealand, tho Australian Colonies, and Great Britain. Interest allowed on Deposits, subject to notice of withdrawal, as under :— 3 months' notice, 3 per cent, per annum 6 »> 1, 4 » „ 12 ), „ 5 ,1 i) HIGHEST PRICE GIVEN FOR GOLD. T.~\VEBB REES, *■* Agent. BANK OF NEW ZEALAND. GREY AGENCY. AN Agency of this Bank has been opened at the Grey River, for the purchase of gold, and the transaction of general banking business. T. W. REES, Agent. Hokitika, Bth August, 1865. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Capital £1,000,000. Reserve Fund .. .. £323,160. HOKITIKA AGENCY. rpHIS Bank issues Drafts on its various X Branches and Agencies in Great Britain and Ireland, Now Zealand, Victoria and New South Wales. Interest allowed on Deposits, subject to notice of withdrawal as under : — 3 montha' notice, 3 percent, per annum. 6 »» » 4 „ „ *2 „ . „ 6 „ „ GOLD BOUGHT IN~ANY QUANTITY. Highest Price given. GEO. PRESHAW. Agent. Hokitika, Ist May, 1865. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, GREY RIVER. A N AGENCY of this Bank is now open -^*- at tho Grey River for receipt of deposits, issue of drafts on tho various branches of tho bank in New Zealand, Victoria, New South Wales, and London, payable at_ tho principal towns in Great Britain and Ireland, and for tho transaction of usual Banking business. GEO. PRESHAW, Agent. GOLD PURCHASED. UNION B4NK OF AUSTRALIA. AN AGENCY of this Bank has been OPENED AT HOKITIKA, on the West Coast, for receipt of Deposits, the issue of Drafts, purchaso of Gold, and general Banking bnsiness. P. M'TAVISH, Superintendent of Goldfields Agencies. OTAGO INSURANCE COMPANY Notice to Consignees at Hokitika and . Grey River. A LL Claims or Notices of Abandonment, for goods insured with this Office, must bo sent to tho Agents with all possible despatch. This Company aro now propared to accopt both Fire and Marino risks. For particulars apply to E. & J. HOUGHTON, Agents, Wharf streot. BRACKEN'S QUEENSTOWN HOTEL. rpilE largest and best conducted hotel on ± tho goldfields, and replete with every comfort to the visitor. No exertions will bo spared to maintain the supremacy of tho QUEENSTOWN HOTEL, as one of the best hoslohics in New Zca land. Attached to the hotel is a CAPACIOUS BILLIARD ROOM, Containing the best table in tho Southern Hemisphere, and carefully attonded to by an J J experienced marker. THE RESTAURANT DEPARrMENT Is now added, under tho best managomont, and includes all tho delicacies of the season, by two eminent Fronoh chefa do cuisine. THE BEST AND CHOICEST BRANIJB OF MQUOIIS ONLY KEPT. H. W. BRACKEN, Proprietor. SWAN HOTEL, Wliarf Street, Hokitika. rnllE proprietors of tho abovo Hotel - 1 - announce to their numerous friends that tho above Hotel is now complete, with every comfort to tho visitor. Good beds. In tho bar will bo found wines and spirits of the choicest brands. Attached to tho Hotol is a splendid dining room under tho special management of tho proprietors, and tho best cook on tho West Coast. M'GUIRE & LYNCH, Proprietors.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, West Coast Times, Issue 48, 23 September 1865

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 West Coast Times, Issue 48, 23 September 1865

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