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REMITTANCES OF MONEY TO NEW ZEALAND.
THE BANK OF SCOTLAND issue at their HEAD OFFICE and BRANCHES,
FREE OF CHARGE,
LETTERS of CREDIT, payable in all the principal places in NEW ZEALAND, for the Use of Emigrants and Others.
TO EMIGRANTS AND COLONISTS.
THE NATIONAL BANK OF SCOTLAND issue BILLS of EXCHANGE, FOREIGN CREDITS, and DRAFTS, suitable for all kinds of Remittances to the COLONIES and FOREIGN COUNTRIES.
They are Payable in
Cape of Good Hope.
NATIONAL BANK OF SCOTLAND.
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The National Bank of New Zealand (Limited).
Incorporated 14th August 1872. under the "Companies Acts 1862 and 1867," and under an Act of the Session 1873 of the General Assembly of New Zealand.
HEAD OFFICE--37 LOMBARD STREET, LONDON, E.C.
CAPITAL, £2,000,000, in 200,000 Shares of £10 each.
First Issue, 100,000 Shares, on which £3 10s. per Share has been called up-- £350,000. --Number of Shareholders, 1645.
Chairman--CHARLES MAGNIAC, Esq., of Messrs Matheson & Co.
Deputy-Chairman--DUDLEY ROBERT SMITH, Esq., Banker.
Col. Sir Thos. Gore Browne, K. C. M. G.
Sir Charles Clifford.
Alexander Grant Dallas, Esq.
Isaac Earl Featherston, Esq.
William Smellie Grahame, Esq.
Edward Brodie Hoare, Esq.
John Morrison, Esq.
William Whitehead, Esq.
Manager--WILLIAM JOHNSTONE STEELE, Esq.
Bankers THE BANK OF ENGLAND and BRANCHES. MESSRS BARNETTS, HOARES, HANBURYS & LLOYD.
Solicitors--MESSRS FRESHFIELDS & WILLIAMS.
Auditors--Messrs QUILTER, BALL, & Co.
FOREIGN AND COLONIAL AGENTS.
In China--Messrs Jardine, Matheson, & Co. In Calcutta--Messrs Jardine, Skinner, & Co. In Ceylon--Messrs Armitage Brothers, Colombo.In Singapore--Messrs Scott, Witham & Co. In Manilla--Messrs B. A. Baretto & Co. In Mauritius--Messrs Scott & Co. In Australia--The Oriental Bank Corporation. The Bank of South Australia. The English, Scottish and Australian Chartered Bank. The Commercial Banking Company of Sydney. In Tasmania--The Commercial Bank of Van Diemen's Land. In New York--Messrs Howland & Aspinwall In San Francisco--The London & San Francisco Bank, Limited.
The Bank has Agents or Correspondents in all the principal Towns of England.
AGENTS IN SCOTLAND.
The Bank of Scotland.
The British Linen Company Bank.
The Aberdeen Town and County Bank.
The National Bank of Scotland.
The Clydesdale Banking Company.
The Caledonian Banking Company.
AGENTS IN IRELAND.
The Bank of Ireland.
The Provincial Bank of Ireland.
The National Bank.
The Royal Bank of Ireland.
The Belfast Banking Company.
Messrs Boyle, Low, Murray & Co., Dublin
Messrs Guinness, Mahon & Co., Dublin.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES IN NEW ZEALAND.
ADAM BURNES, Esq., Inspector and General Manager, Wellington.
THE LONDON OFFICE-
Grants Drafts on New Zealand payable on demand, or Bills of Exchange at Thirty or Sixty days' sight; and these may also be obtained of any of the Bank's Agents throughout England, Scotland, and Ireland.
Receives Deposits of £50 and upwards, on terms to be ascertained on application.
Opens Current Accounts for the convenience of its New Zealand constituents.
Negotiates Drafts against Goods, on hypothecation of Bills of Lading, Invoices, and Insurance Policies.
Collects Bills payable in New Zealand.
Undertakes the Agency of constituents connected with New Zealand, the purchase and sale of New Zealand Government and other Securities, Shares, &c, receiving the same for safe custody, and drawing the Interest or Dividends thereon as they fall due; and
Conducts every other description of Banking business between London and New Zealand.
W. J. STEELE Manager.
37 LOMBARD STREET LONDON E. C. May 1874.
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UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA.
Paid-up Capital, £1,250,000. Reserve Fund, £400,000.
HEAD OFFICE BAITS BUILDINGS, LOTHBURY, LONDON.
NEW SOUTH WALES.
TASMANIA (VAN DIEMEN'S LAND).
Napier (Hawke's Bay).
Gisborne (Poverty Bay).
Hokitika (West Coast).
The Bank grants Letters of Credit, or Bills at Three or Thirty Days' sight, upon its Branches, at the customary rates, on the money being deposited. Similar Letters of Credit may be procured from its Agents in all the principal towns throughout England, Scotland, and Ireland. The Bank also negotiates, and sends for collection, Bills on the Colonies, the terms for which may be obtained on application at this Office.
AGENTS IN GREAT BRITAIN.
The National Provincial Bank of England.
The London and County Bank.
The Bank of Liverpool.
The Lancaster Banking Co.
Parr's Banking Co., Warrington, &c.
Messrs Swann, Clough, & Co., York.
Messrs Beckett & Co.,
Messrs Wm, Wms. Brown & Leeds, &c. Co.
The Halifax and Huddersfield Union Bank.
The Bradford Commercial Bank.
Messrs Garfit, Claypon, & Co., Boston, &c.
Moore & Robinson's Nottingham Banking Co.
Lloyd's Banking Co. Birmingham
The Town and District Bank,
The Birmingham Banking Co.,
The Northamptonshire Union Bank.
Messrs Bassett, Son, & Harris, Leighton Buzzard, &c.
Messrs Foster & Co., Cambridge, &c.
Messrs Bound, Green, & Co., Colchester.
Messrs Grant, Gilman, & Long, Portsmouth.
Messrs Maddison, Atherley, & Co., Southampton.
Messrs Cave, Baillie, & Co., Messrs Sir William Miles, Bristol
Bart., & Co.,
The West of England and South Wales District Bank.
The Gloucestershire Banking Company.
The County of Gloucester Bank.
The Devon and Cornwall Banking Co.
Messrs Bolithos, Sons, & Co., Penzance,
Messrs Tweedy, Williams, & Co., Truro,
Messrs J. M. Williams & Co., Bedruth,
Messrs Dingley & Co., Launceston, &c.
Messrs Vivian, Grylls, Kendall, & Co., Helston
The Bank of Ireland.
The Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin.
The Northern Banking Company.
The National Bank of Scotland.
The Commercial Bank of Scotland.
The Union Bank of Scotland.
The City of Glasgow Bank.
The Clydesdale Bank.
The Aberdeen Town and County Bank.
JOHN BRAMWELL, Manager.
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THE BANK OF NEW ZEALAND
Bankers to the General Government of New Zealand, the Provincial Government of Auckland, Wellington, Canterbury, Otago, &c.
Paid-up Capital, £600,000. Reserve Fund, £180,000.
Branches and Agencies:-- In VICTORIA (AUSTRALIA) MELBOURNE.
IN NEW ZEALAND--
This Bank Grants Drafts on any of the above named places, and transacts every description of Banking Business connected with New Zealand and Australia on the most favourable terms.
The London Office receives Deposits at Interest for fixed periods, on terms which may be learned on application.
F. LARKWORTHY, Managing Director.
No. 52 OLD BROAD. STREET, LONDON, E. C.
THE OTAGO AND SOUTHLAND INVESTMENT COMPANY (LIMITED).
Incorporated under "The Companies Act, 1862."
Capital, £500,000, in 100,000 Shares of £5 each.
FIRST ISSUE, 50,000 SHARES.
A. L. Elder, Esq. J. Harbottle, Esq. A. Morrison, Esq. J. R. Morrison, Esq. J. D. Thomson, Esq.
Auditors--J. Sawyer, Esq., C. H Robinson, Esq.
Bankers--The Bank of Scotland, for London and Scotland.
Committee in Otago.
W. J. M. Larnach, Esq. and A. W. Morris, Esq. (Manager
Bankers--The National Bank of new Zealand, Limited.
Offices--5 ADAM'S COURT, OLD BROAD STREET, LONDON, E. C.
Agent in Edinburgh-- JOHN AULD, Esq., W.S., 21 Thistle Street.
This Company receives Loans on Debentures, in sums of not less than £100, for 3 years and upwards, at 5 per cent, per annum, payable by Coupons at the Bankers of the Company in London, on 1st January and 1st July. These Loans are amply secured by the uncalled Capital of the Company, as well as by First Mortgages on Land and House Property in New Zealand, which are carefully selected by the Local Committee in Dunedin for all advances.
AFFLECK FRASER, Secretary.
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FREE AND ASSISTED EMIGRATION TO NEW ZEALAND.
P. Henderson & Co.'s Regular Line of Packets from Clyde to New Zealand.
[Ships and] Tons Regr.
CITY OF DUNEDIN.... 1084
JAS. N. FLEMING.....992
CHRISTIAN M'AUSLAND.. 962
MARGARET GALBRAITH.. 841
HELEN BURNS....... 798
JESSIE READMAN..... 962
WELLINGTON (building).. 1250
AUCKLAND (building)... 1250
NELSON (building).... 1250
ALBION (building).... 1250
One of the above fine vessels leaves Clyde for Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand, about once a month, under contract with the Agent of the Provincial Government.
These ships, built expressly for the New Zealand Passenger Trade, have splendid accommodation in the Poop for Cabin, and in the 'Tween-Decks for Steerage Passengers.
Free and assisted Passages are granted; application for which must be made to George Andrew, Esq., 3 Hope Street, Edinburgh.
A duly qualified Surgeon accompanies each ship.
Goods and Passengers taken at through rates to all other New Zealand ports. For Rates of Passage and further information apply to
P. HENDERSON & CO., 15 St. Vincent Place, Glasgow.
BOOKS ON EMIGRATION
Sold by BELL and BRADFUTE, 12 Bank Street.
GENERAL HINTS TO EMIGRANTS, containing Notices of the various Fields for Emigration; with Hints on Preparation for Emigrating, Outfits, &c. &c. With Directions and Recipes useful to the Emigrant. Map and Diagrams. 2s.
THE EMIGRANT'S GUIDE TO NATAL, by R. J. MANN, F. R. A. S., F. M. S. Map. 2s.
THE EMIGRANT'S GUIDE TO AUSTRALIA, New South Wales, Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria, and Queensland, by J. BAIRD, B. A. Map. 2s. 6d.
THE EMIGRANT'S GUIDE TO TASMANIA AND NEW ZEALAND, by J. BAIRD, B. A.. 2s.
The above two volumes, 12mo, cloth boards, price 5s., under the general title of--
THE EMIGRANT'S GUIDE TO AUSTRALASIA, comprising Australia (New South Wales, Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria, and Queensland), Tasmania, and New Zealand1. By the Rev. J. BAIRD, B. A. With Maps of Australia and New Zealand.
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AGENT OF THE PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF OTAGO.
JOHN AULD, ESQ., WRITER TO THE SIGNET, EDINBURGH.
OFFICE 3 HOPE STREET, EDINBURGH.
All Communications to be addressed to the office.
George ANDREW, Secretary.