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Compinies. TTICTOEIA FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. The Agents for tho above Company are prepared to accept FIXE AND MAEINK RIBKS. - information to be obtained at Mortson, Law & Co's, 4354 ■ Wharf-street. MARINE INSURANCE. rT|HE Undersigned having been appointed Agents in Hokitika for the SOUTHERN INSURANCE COMPANY (LIMITED) ," are now prepared to accept Marine RisKs coastwise, also to Australian and other Foreign ports. 2501 . ,Royse, Mudie & Co. PROSPECTUS OF THE NELSON COAL MINING COMPANY (Ximited), River Grey, West Coast, New Zealand. (To be registered under the Limited Liability Act, 24th October, 1860). CAPITAL: L 50.000, In Ten Thousand. Shares of L 5 each, , With power to increase by the consent of three-fourths of the shareholders to L 70,000, if necessary. Of the above number 1450 are allotted to the originators, paid up to Lo each, and 1450 at par. ' The remaining 7100 are offered to the public at a premium of Ll each, 10s on application and 10s on allotment. Calls not to exceed 10s per share per month. Of the above 7100 shares, 3000 are reserved for New Zealand, and 4100 for the other colonies. L2OOO of the premium accruing from the sale of the 7100 shares will be appropriated towards the construction of the Tramway. x Directors— R. R. Mitchell, G. C. Robinson, A. Dewar, C. Gavin Casey, J. Kelsall, E. V. Gribble, J. J. Goller. Secretary — J. T. Morgan. Solicitor — H. Cuthbert. Bankers — Bank New South Wales. Brokers — J. Ditchburn, Ballarat ; W. Nixon, Ballarat. Application for shares can be made to the Manager, through the Bank of New South Wales. Prospectuses can be obtained of Messrs Clarke Bros., Gibson's Qnay, Hokitika. H. Lucas, Manager. Cobden, September 25, 1866 4550 NELSON COAL COMPAisrv GREY RIVER THIS Company are prepared to supply Coals of' the best quality,, at the Allowing rates :—: — Steamers coaled at the wharf at Ll 10s. Osueoes or vessels ballasted for any o the New Zealand or Australian ports at S^s per ton. H. Lucas, Manager June 15, 1866. ' 3143 PROSPECTUS OF THE COMMISSIONER'S FLAT GOLD * MINING COMPANY (begistebed). Capital— £sooo, in 1000 shares of £5 each. Provisional Directors — Messrs Prosser, Shaw, Rees, F. L. Clarke, J. Bonar, Captain Beaumont, Manuel, Ryan, Freeman, and Learrnoht. i Secretary pro tern. — Mr Gordon. Bankers — Bank of New Zealand. Solictors — Messrs Rees and Tyler. Broker — A. R. Emerson. rpHE Commissioner's Flat Gold Mining Company is formed for the purpose of working three acres of ground on the well-known Commissioner's Flat, Kanieri. The different parts of this large block have been held by private parties for twelvemonths, but after repeated efforts it is at last seen that more powerful machinery will be required to work the ground satisfactorily than these parties could afford. It is believed that before the ground can be properly and profitably wrought, an engine of 30-horse power v must be obtained, conjoined to gear o n equal strength. There is upon the spot an engine of 12-horso power, which, with the interest of the various claimholders, will be sold to the Company for the nominal sum of six hundred pounds, which can be paid in the Company's scrip. Gold has been traced into the ground which will pay from £12 to £15 per week per man. The various claims upon Commissioner's Flat are now yielding from £7 to £50 per man per week, and, as it is known with tolerable certainty that two, if not three, bottoms are workable, the prospects of the Company are good. The promoters appeal to all classes of business men with confidence, because the py stein of co-operative working is the only system ultimately possible upon the West Coast, and it is the only system which guarantees permanency and profit. - The shares will be paid for as follows : — Ten shillings on application, ten shillings on allotment, and calls of £1 each at intervals of at least a month. Applications for shares to be made at the office of the Company, Temple Buildings, Hokitika. . 4/09 LOST, between Cnptain Fearne's and Post Office Hotel, a Lady's Swiss Waist Belt. The finder w ill bo rewarded by bringing JJthe same to 'Post Office Hotel. • 4848

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West Coast Times, West Coast Times, Issue 335, 19 October 1866

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 West Coast Times, Issue 335, 19 October 1866