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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 March 1886
Land and Estate Agents. T). H. OSMO ND, LAND AND MONETARY AGENT, 116, Queen-street (Adjoining B. Tonka and Co.'s). TELEPHONE-No. 185. BANKERS: NATIONAL BANK OF NEW ZEALAND. &quot;MORTGAGEB AND LOANS NEGOTIATED RENTS AND INTERESTS COLLECTBTd MONH.Y INVESTED ON FIRST-CLASS SECDRITIB3, WITHOUT CHARGE ESTATES MANAGED FOR ABSENTEES VALUATIONS AND ARBITRATIONS UNDERTAKEN NATIVE LAND AFF.IRS SPECIALLY UNDERSTOOD Houskh to Let, and Properties for Sale placed on my lists free of charge Every .Description ok landed Property Bought on sold to Ohdkr Large Sums to Lend on First-class Security agent _on National Fire and Marine Insurance Company op New Zealand, and the New Zealand Accident Insurance Company. j. O R g A L E. OITY-Comroodioiiß well-built Residence of 12 rooms, within an oasy distance of Queenstreet Would bo very suitable for flrst-olass Boadlng House. On valuable oorner allotment, with a frontage of 100 ft. to a good thoroughfare. Prloo £760, which is muoh be. low its value...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 March 1886
! money MONEY TO LEND in large and small sums upon first-class freehold securities repayable either weekly or at the expiration of a term of years.—Apply to Burton and Keesing, 6 and 6, Mercantile Chambers (3 doors above Bank of New Zealand!, Qneen-street,Anokland. AUCKLAND PE _RMANENT~CO- BUD-DING &amp; INVESTMENT SOCIETY. Office: 147, Queen-street. LOANS granted upon approved securities of Freehold or Leasehold Properties in sums of £20 to £6,000. principal and Interest being repayable in instalments at the following Reduce? Rates for repayment of each £100 borrowed:— Repayments Bitend- D __ OT „u. ITotal Amount Ing over. ror weeKl Repayable. £ S. d. £ b. d. 1 year _' • _ 200 101 00 2 years „ _ 1 010 108 6 8 3 years __ 14 7 113 16 0 4 years _ ... 11 8 121 6 8 6 years ... 8 9 13618 9 8 yoars „ _ 7 1 14713 9 . 10years .. .. 6 3 162 16 3 And In the same proportion for smaller or larger loans. DEPOSITS.—The Society receives money on Deposit :—Repayable at 7 days' notice, 6 per...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 March 1886
Assessment Notices. THE PROPERTY ASSESSMENT ACT, 1885, AND THE RATING ACT, 1882, AND AMENDMENTS. It is hereby notified that a Board of Reviewers will meet at the Resident Magistrate's Courthouse, Warkworth, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon on MONDAY, 29th March, 1886, and at the Resident Magistrate's Court-houße, Port Albert, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon on WEDNESDAY, 31st March, 1886. for the purpose of hearing and determining objections in respeotof property in the undermentioned place : THE COUNTY OF RODNEY. EWEN WILLIAM ALLISON'! RIDLEY WILLIAM MOODY hßeviewers. THOMAS LEIGH j Anckland, March 10.1886. THE PROPERTY ASSESSMENT ACT. 1885, AND THE RATING ACT, 1882, AND AMENDMENTS. It is hereby notified 'hat a Board of Reviewers will meet at the Resident Magistrate's Courthouse. Auckland, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, oa FRIDAY, the26th day of Maroh. 1886. for the purpose of hearing and determining objections in reßpeotof property in tbe undermentioned places:— THE BOROUGH OF PARNELL...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 8 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 March 1886
Tender.! *£«u_ft_*&lt;i_-^_£___ CONSTRUCTION OP WATERWORKS AT ROTORUA. General Crown Lands Offloe, Wellington, 18th February, 1836. . Written Tenders will be received at this offloe until noon on MONDAY, the 29th Maroh, for Construction of Waterworks at Rotorua. Each tender must be marked on the outside, &quot; Tender for Construction of Waterworks, Rotorua,&quot; and addressed to the Honourabl. the Minister of Lands, Wellington. Telegraphic tenders, similarly marked and addressed, will be received, if presented at any Telegraph Office by noon of the same date, provided that written tenders are lodged at any Crown Lands Offloe by tho same hour. Plans, specifications, and general conditions may be seen at this offloe, the Crown Lands Offices at Christchuroh, Auckland, and Dunedin, or at the office of the Government Agent at Rotorna, The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. J. BALLANOE, • Minister of Lands. THOROUGH OP PARNELL. Tenders will be receive...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 9 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 March 1886
i — a^ _j_.__eme__.ts. ..'■' ABBOTT'S OPERA HOUSE. Lessee and Mana. or.. Mr A. Litheriand Cunard. Acting Manager for Mr Emerson J. Shier Stage Manager..... .Alt.Holland .Musloal Director Chaß. W. Roinbarc. EMERSON 1 LAST EMERSON QEMERSON! O y EMERSON - -NIGHT.. EMERSON • &quot;' &quot;v &quot; UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. COME AND SEE .. .. UNCLE TOM COME AND SEE .. .. LITTLE EVA COME AND SEE .. .. LEGREE SATURDAY NIGHT ) Positively,iast SATURDAY. NIGHT ( Appearance of the SATURDAY NIGHT f Great Emerson SATURDAY NIGHT } Minstrel Tbo.fe. FRIDAY NIGHT,' W .... MANAGER CUNARD'S BENEFIT, Special Pro-Ramjie. Doors open at seven, commence at olght.' Admission : Dress Circle, is; Stalls, 2a Bd; Pit, Is.-Box Plan at Lennox's, '■■.... A. L. CUNARD, • Manager. ABBOTT'S OPERA HOUSE. ©O YOU KNOW. What is|Comin&quot;o-_ WILLIAMSON, GARNER AND MUSGROVfI'S . , .y. PRIVATE SECRETARY COMPANY. 8 For ' Q: ':'■■■: NIGHTS ONLY, O Commencing MONDAY, MARCH 29. First Appearanoo in Auc...
Auction Sales To-morrow. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 March 1886
Auction Sales To-morrow. R. Arthur-Poultry. P«&gt;d*' oe 's c -&quot;' r , , B Tonka and cok-&amp;to*n&amp;eA Vessel Waireka. Froit,Hopft&quot;' „ , „_ Vaiioand Bradley—Farm and Garden Prodace, 11. Carbines and Taylor—Poultry and Farm Produce, 11. Hunter and Nolan—H-irses, fee, 11. J. R. Rand erron—Property, 12. N.N.Z. Farmors' Association-Produce and Fruit, 11. Binney and McLeod—Produce. &amp;c„ 11. City Market- Hoaketh. Aitken and Maolean, 12. ' Alfred Buck)and—Horses. 11. S. Cochrane &amp; Son—Cottage, Timber, &amp;o„ 12, Hosketh, Aitken, MoLoan, &amp; Co.—Produce, 10- J. Leydon—Furniture, 11 am. &gt;;h»
Chief Post-office, Auckland. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 March 1886
Chief Post-office, Auckland. Mails wiix closk as under:— _, x i r ' This Day, For Thames, per Rotomahana. atl P.m. For Tauranga and Opotiki, pur Olanßman. at 5 p.m. Friday. 2St_ inst. For Waitara and Southern ports, per Staffa or Galrlooh, at 11 a__. For Cowra and Coromandel, per Ooromandel, at 11.30 a.m- For Herd's Point, etc, via Manukau, per Hannah Mokau, at 1 p.m. For Thames, per Rotomahana. at. p.m. For Wangarel Heads. Parna, Waipu. Wangarel, Kamo, and Mangapai, per Macgregor, at 6 p.m. For Katikatl, Aongatote. Tauranua. and Opotiki, via Thames, per Enterprise, at 5 p.m. For Thames, per Enterprise, at 5. SO p.m. Saturday, 27th inst. For Waiwera, To Kapa, and Warkworth, por Rose Casey, at 10 a.m. I For Waiwera, per Clansman, at 1 p.m. Tuesday. 80th inst. For Alameda as follows :— For Navigator Islands, Sandwich Islands, United States of America, Canada, British Columbia, Central and Sonth America, and British and Foreign West Indies, at I p.m. For United Kingdom and Continent of...
STEAMERS TO ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 March 1886
STEAMERS TO ARRIVE. Rotomahana, from Thames, to-morrow. 3 p.m, Coromandel. from Coromandel. to-day, 5 p.m. Xnterprise. from Thames, to-morrow, 5 a.m. Macgregor, from Whangarei, midnight Arjtyle, from Barrier, midnight Wellington, from Russell, Friday, early Clanam.n, from Taura.ga, Saturday, early Ohau, from South, Saturday Janet Nicoll, from South Sea Islands, Match 26 Rimutaka, from Plymouth. March 31 (For projected departures see shipping advertisements and mail notices,]
EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 March 1886
EXPORTS. Per Christine, for Buva—Bo bags' rice, 60 sacks potatoes. 43 kegs salt beef. 53 cases biscuits, 4 tanks, 10 cases preserved meats, 10 Backs flour, 90 packages oilmen's stores, and 22 packages sundries. Per Tarawera for Southern ports: 5790 bags sugar, and sundries' For Melbourne: 25 cases raisins, 112 hides, 16 sacks codoanuts, and, sundries. Inwards CoASTWisB.-~Norab, from Port Charles, with 48.601. t sawn timber; Kauri, from Pott Charles, with 16 kauri logs. Outwards Coastwibb.— Norah, for Watara; Kauri, for Port Charles. Tha ship Sam Mendel (Captain Persson). which left this port on Dec 21. arrived in London prior to Msroh 21, the passage caving oo ounied about 99 days. The following vessels have cleared outwards at the Customs: Southern Cross, Mission vessel Bongnard, for Norfolk Island; Christine, schooner, MoLiver, for Suva; Aurora, schooner. Watt for Norfolk- Island. Passengers per Southern Cross: Mr Cull wick and 5 natives. The schooner Christine, for Suva, Fiji, ta...
TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 March 1886
TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. London, March 23. -The Kalkoura, from Wellington, February 11, arrived at Plymouth this morning. Her meat cargo is In excellent condition. London, March 21.—Arrived: Waipa. from Glsbonjo, sailed December 24; Otaki, flora Wellington, called December 19; Sam Mendel. from Auckland, sailed December 21; Orient Company's Garonne, from Melbourne. Capetown, March 22.—Sailed: Coptic, for N«w Zealand porta. Melbourne, March 21.—Rotomahana, from the Bluff. Port Ciialmkus, 21.-Balled: Manapouri. Pasjengers for Auckland: Mesdames Street and Harper, Misses Harper, Brophy, Mr and Mrs Brophv, Messrs Mills, Franokoss, and twelve steerage. Lvttewon, March 2d.—Arrived: Trevellyn, Chip, from London, early, Gretmouth, March 21.—Arrived : Herald, from Manukau, _ p.m. Napier, March 25,-Frank Guy, schooner, for Njwcastle. ,
Deaths [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 25 March 1886
Deaths DK-KRG.-On March 24, at UouKIRB-8-.e.t, Ponsonby, Carl Franz Deberg, infant son of Rudolph and Anne Deberg ; aged 5 weeks.— Dunedin papers please copy. Private interment. DOURIGK. On March 24. the beloved wife of William Uouriok. Railway-street, Parnell; aged 41 years. May Bhe rest in peace. PERCY.—At hor residence, Welleßley-Btreet East, after a long and painful illness, borne with Christian fortitude, Frances Percy, the beloved wife of Kdward H. Percy, baker. The funeral will leave her late residence to-morrow (Friday), at 3 p.m., for Bymondastreet Cemott ry. Friends are invited to attend. SMITH.- On March 23, at Papakura, after a long illness, Annie, wae of Mr William Smith; aged 54 years.