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D. M. BEERE,
Gold Fields & Mining Surveyor,
NEAR COURT HOUSE,
E. HOLROYD BEERE,
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W. D. BREWER, W. E, MARTIN, & E. H. BEERE,
LAND AND COMMISSION AGENTS,
MINING SHAREBROKERS, ETC.,
SHORTLAND AND AUCKLAND.
AUCKLAND AGENT, W. E. MARTIN, QUEEN ST.
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MESSRS. MCGINLEY & CLARK,
LAND & MINING AGENTS
Negotiate the Purchase and Sale of Mining Shares, Machinery, Houses, Land, and Shares in the Banks and other Public Companies.
N.B. --Messrs. McG. & C. are Brokers only, and do not buy and sell Mining Shares on their own account. All commissions entrusted to them will receive their most careful attention, and they will spare no efforts to have always to hand the most reliable information on Mining matters. Messrs. McG. & Co.'s list of Shares and Properties are worthy the attention of all intending Purchasers.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES,
POLLEN STREET, SHORTLAND.
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Wholesale & Retail Stationer
QUEEN STREET, AUCKLAND
POLLEN ST., SHORTLAND.
Circulating Library at Both Places
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J. F. LEIGHTON,
Account Book Manufacturer,
ALWAYS ON SALE, OR MADE TO ORDER,
LEDGERS, JOURNALS, DAY AND CASH BOOKS, BILLS OF
LADING AND EXCHANGE, PROMISSORY NOTE,
CARTERS' DELIVERY, AND RECEIPT BOOKS, CUSTOM-HOUSE
FORMS, BILL CASES, PORTFOLIOS,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Paper Ruling and Bookbinding done to any pattern.
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FRASER & TINNE,
Mill Wrights, Boiler Makers,
IRON & BRASS FOUNDERS.
MAKERS OF ALL SORTS OF
Quartz Crushing Machinery,
SAW MILLS, PUMPING GEAR,
STEAM ENGINES (LAND & MARINE.)
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MR. SAMUEL HARDING,
A. I. C. E. I., 1850.
Late Engineer under the Imperial Government in carrying out of Acts for Improvement of Inland Navigation, Mill Power, Arterial Drainage, &c.
Gold Fields and Mining Surveyor for the Thames District. Licensed Surveyor under the Native Lands Act.
MR. HARDING begs to notify, that he is prepared to measure and estimate Water Supply under the various conditions now acknowledged to be required, so as to determine the requisite power and dimensions of Mill Wheels, the sizes of Pipes, Water Courses, Reservoirs, &c.
TURBINES--These small, powerful, and economical machines are workable by supplies of water too scanty for overshot wheels. Proper curves and proportions for Turbines are furnished by Mr. Harding on the Continental and other systems, which will enable them to be constructed at the Auckland foundries.
ROADS, TRAMWAYS, &c Surveyed and carried out.
WORKING OF CLAIMS Inspected for absent Shareholders, &c
Mr. Harding invites inspection of Plans, factions, and Drawings connected with mill power and works of channels and water courses, &c.. which have been under his charge. The principal channels and water courses referred to are from, 10ft to 60ft. wide, and extend to an aggregate length of 140 miles. Parliamentary journals and other reports may be seen, in which reference is made to the foregoing works, and the satisfaction they hare given.
Please address to Post Office, Shortland.
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JAMES DE HIRSCH,
Mining, Land, and
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT,
(OPPOSITE THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA.)
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MESSRS. SULLY & WARDELL
Beg to inform the Thames Mining Community and Inhabitants of Auckland, that they have commenced business as
Messrs. S. & W., having been residents in Shortland from the opening of the Thames Gold Field, are in a position to give buyers the best advice in selecting claims for investment, and trust by strict attention to their business to merit a fair share of favour and support. W. Sully, from twelve years' practical experience in the principal quartz reefing districts of Victoria, is fully competent to act as Arbitrator, etc., and is thoroughly conversant with the duties of a Mining Share Broker.
Messrs. S. & W. have for sale, Shares in some of the most promising Claims in this auriferous district. A Share List and Report will be published weekly; also a Monthly Summary, which will be forwarded to the Southern Provinces and Australian Colonies, to make known the fact (in our opinion) that the Thames District is one of the richest hitherto discovered.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF NEW ZEALAND,
POLLEN STREET, SHORTLAND.
Auckland Agent, Mr F. Kissling, 74, Queen Street, Auckland
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SPENCER & CO.,
Mining and Land Agents,
WILLOUGHBY ST,, SHORTLAND,
OWEN ST., WAIOTAHI,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS THAT THEY NEGOTIATE THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF MINING STOCK, AND ACT AS GENERAL AGENTS FOR NONRESIDENT SHAREHOLDERS.
Messrs. S. & Co., from their long residence at the Thames, are able to give intending purchasers the best and most reliable information, and trust to receive a share of public support.
A BERDAN IS KEPT ON THEIR PREMISES, WILLOUGHBY STREET, FOR THE PURPOSE OF TESTING THE VARIOUS QUALITIES OF QUARTZ.
Quicksilver, Sodium Amalgam, Cyanide of Potassium, Sulphuric and Nitric Acids, always to be had on reasonable terms.
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D. J. O'KEEFFE,
AUCTIONEER & MINING AGENT,
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Hay, Corn, and General Produce
COMMISSION AGENT, ETC.
AGENT FOR MESSRS. LOW & MOTION.
Flour supplied at Auckland Prices, cartage free.
Bones Purchased in any quantities. Agent for S. S. Midge and S. S. Halcyon.
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THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD BEG TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC ON THE THAMES GOLD FIELDS TO HIS STOCK OF TIMBER,
SASHES, DOORS, SHINGLES, ETC., ETC.
A Large and Varied Supply always on hand.
THAMES TIMBER YARDS,
Shortland & Tookey's Flat.
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ALEXANDER HOGG & GO,
(At Shortland and Waiotahi),
Wholesale Wine and Spirit Merchants.
IRONMONGERY & PROVISIONS
All sorts of TOOLS required for Blasting and Mining purposes,
Blasting and Sporting Powder, Shot, Percussion Caps, Safety Fuse, and Quicksilver.
SHIPPING & COMMISSION AGENTS,
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NEAR TO THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA,
POLLEN STREET, SHORTLAND.
M. H. AIREY,
(LATE REID AND AIREY)
GENERAL CLOTHIER & GROCER,
COMMISSION AGENT, &c.
CLOTHING IN GREAT VARIETY, AND OF THE BEST MAKE AND QUALITY, AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES.
EVERY ARTICLE IN THE PROVISION STORE WARRANTED GOOD, AND AT PRICES DEFYING COMPETITION. MINING TOOLS OF THE BEST MAKERS.
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MR. ALEX. SAUNDERS,
Offices: Owen St., Grahamstown,
THAMES GOLD FIELD.
The central position of Mr. Saunders' Offices, situated as they are at the foot of the Moanatairi and Waiotahi Creeks, gives him the best facilities for obtaining early intelligence of the state of the Share Market at the Thames, and he has made special arrangements for speedy communication with his Agents in Auckland and Shortland, from whom daily information can be had on application, and who will furnish Clients with Lithographic Sketches of all the leading Mining Districts.
Mr. Saunders' experience of Stamp Office business will enable him to transact all such without subjecting parties to the cost of a journey to Auckland.
Supplies of Stamped Paper will always be kept for the use of parties dealing in Shares, and every information as to Stamp Duties will be afforded.
Mr. Saunders will act as Sharebroker only, and thus trusts to preserve the confidence of his Clients.
H. GILFILLAN, MERCHANT, QUEEN STREET.
H. H. LUSK, SOLICITOR, POLLEN ST., SHORTLAND.
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MOANATAIARI HOTEL, TOOKEY'S TOWN.
GEO. SPRAY, PROPRIETOR.
ENGLISH & COLONIAL ALES
OF THE BEST BRANDS.
CHOICEST WINES & SPIRITS
VISITORS WILL FIND every ACCOMMODATION, AND MODERATE CHARGES.
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ECONOMY, SAFETY, & DESPATCH.
Steamboat and City Express
PARCELS DELIVERY COMPANY
Respectfully beg to inform Miners, Merchants, and Business Men that they are now prepared to Receive, Convey, and Deliver Parcels and Freight of all Descriptions from all parts of the City and Gold Fields, with the utmost despatch.
All Goods must be passed through the Offices of the Company where receipts will be given and safe delivery guaranteed.
Intending Shippers, leaving their address at any of the Offices will be waited upon for their Consignments, which will be conveyed on board the Steamers without extra charge.
An Agent and Safe kept on board the Steamers, for the safe custody of Gold and Valuables.
Mr. H. will also act as
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT,
Execute Orders for Goods, &c, Convey and Deliver the same Quicker, Cheaper, and Safer than can be done by any other means
Offices and Authorized Agents:--
J. BATGER, Lower Queen Street, Auckland.
J. CLAYTON, Grey Street (Landing), Shortland.
J. MCROBERTS & Co., Owen Street, Graham's Town.
J. T. PETRIE (Tapu), Hastings.
D. MCSWEENEY, Puriri.
W. GEORGE, Parnell.
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To Visitors to the Thames Gold Fields.
A. BARNETT'S DINING ROOMS,
POLLEN STREET, SHORTLAND,
(Opposite Captain Butt's).
THE OLDEST HOUSE IN SHORTLAND.
A. BARNETT, having completed his new and extensive Promises in Pollen Street, Shortland, desires to call the attention of all Visitors to the Thames Gold Fields to the large and handsomely-fitted DINING AND BED ROOMS, where he trusts every accommodation will be found in the way of good living, and first-class sleeping accommodation.
Private Sitting and Bed-rooms can always be had; the attendance is good, the charges moderate, and Meals are served at all hours, from half-past six in the morning to ten at night.
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DAVY & MCFARLAND,
LICENSED GOLD FIELDS AND
NATIVE LAND SURVEYORS, &c.
BROWN STREET, GRAHAMSTOWN.
COMMISSION & MINING AGENTS,
HASTINGS, TAPU CREEK.
SHORTLAND AGENT: SPENCER & CO., WILLOUGHBY ST.
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WOOD & CO.,
AND SHIPPING AGENTS.
WELLESLEY STREET, EAST.
Orders Promptly Executed at Lowest Prices for Cash only.
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FRYER AND CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STOREKEEPERS,
Fort Street, Auckland.
MESSRS. BEETHAM, WALKER, & CO.,
Mining Agents, Valuers,
ARBITRATORS, AND SHAREBROKERS.
Books are now open at their offices, Pollen Street, Shortland, for the sale and purchase of Shares, where the principals may be consulted daily.
AUCKLAND AGENTS: MESSRS. S. COCHRANE & SON.
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R. J. MOORE,
HOUSE, LAND, ESTATE,
VALUATOR, STOCK & SHARE BROKER,
VICTORIA STREET, EAST.
GOODS BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION, TRADESMEN'S BOOKS KEPT, DEEDS ENGROSSED, RENTS AND DEBTS COLLECTED.
Land and Commission Agent,
74, QUEEN ST., AUCKLAND.
AGENTS IN SHORTLAND - MESSRS. SULLY & WARDELL.
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