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Daily Southern Cross 1869 1870
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Montezuma Mining-Thames

Papers Past Daily Southern Cross 14 August 1869 Page 3

Advertisements Column 2

I the undersigned Martin SHOLL, hereby make application to register “The Montezuma Goldmising Company (Registered),” under the provisions of “The Mining Companies’ Limited Liability Act, 1865,” and I do solemnly and sincerely declare that the following statement is, to the best of my belief and knowledge, trued in every particular, namely:

1. The name and style of the company is “The Montezuma Goldming Company (Registered).”

2. The place of operations is at the head of Wiseman’s and Tinker’s Gullies, at the Thames Goldfield, in the province of Auckland, in the Colony of New Zealand.

3. The nominal capital of the Company is Twenty Thousand Pounds, in Twenty thousand shares of One Pound each.

4. The amount already (nominally) paid up is Seventeen shillings and sixpence per share allotted to original shareholders of the Company, as the estimated value of the property.

5. The name of the manager is Martin SCHOLL.

6. The Office of the company is in Queen-street, Auckland.

7. The names and several residences of the shareholders, and the number of shares held by each at this date, are as follows, namely: -

David Boosie CRUIKSHANK, Auckland-400 shares

James CRUIKSHANK, Auckland-400

John Ebenezer WHITE, Auckland-400

James RUSSELL, Auckland-400

William ROWE, Shortland Auckland-400

John George FREER, Auckland -600 shares

John DARBY, Auckland-400 shares

Fred Henry LEWISSON, Auckland-300

Matilda FURLEY, Onehunga-200 shares

Robert Gordon MACDONALD, Auckland-200 shares

William CARPENTER, Auckland-200

Rudolph MOELLER, Shortland-400

J.T. STRAKOSH, Auckland-400

William POSSENISKIE, Auckland-400

George GILES, Auckland-400

George CORNISH, Shortland-400

John CORNISH, Shortland-400

Andrew LANDMARK-400

Robert FARMER-400

William TAPP, Onehunga-400

Thomas REYNOLDS, Grahamstown-400

Thomas Henry CRAWFORD, Auckland-400

Robert Henry BARTLETT, Auckland-400

Walter James HILL, Auckland-400

George TAYLOR, Auckland-400

David JONES, Auckland-400

James GILBERT Auckland-400

Edward WOOLFIELD Auckland -200

George MULLIN, Auckland -200

Richard GARNETT, Auckland -200

Hugh RAE, Shortland-400

John MCGINLEY, Shortland -400

Patrick QUINN, Shortland -200

James KERR, Shortland -200

William AITKIN, Auckland-400

George EMBLETON, Shortland-400

John MURDOCK, Grahamstown-1,000

Edward MURDOCK, Grahamstown -1,000

Fred DOMKE, Grahamstown -1,000

Thomas BRENAN, Onehunga-400

John BRENAN, Onehunga -400

Michael BRENAN, Onehunga -400

James, Phillip, and Edward CORBETT, Grahamstown-400

Benjamin HOOKER, Auckland-400

George EMBLETON, Shortland-1000

Martin SHOLL (in trust for the company)-2,000,

Dated this thirteenth day of August, 1869

MARTIN SHOLL-Manager,

Witness to signature- (Signed) ALAN BAILLIE, JUN.

A Justice of the Peace of the Colony of New Zealand.


Daily Southern Cross, 1 May 1868- Page 4 Advertisements Column 3

Accountant, House, Land, Estate, and Commission Agent. Valuator, Stock and Share broker-Victoria Street East.

For Sale-Shares

One full share in the “Bobbie Burns, Karaka.”

Three Quarter Shares in the “Portuguese”

One share in the “Shellback.”

Half Working Share, “Pride of Caledonia,” Tapu

Equal Half-share in “Galatea,” Moanataiari Creek

One Share in “Galatea,” Moanataiairi Creek.

Half Working share “Edgecombe’s,” Moanata Creek

Half sleeping Share in “Rickard’s,” (same range Hunt’s.

One Share in the “Montezuma,” Tapu.

Half sleeping share in the “Faughaballagh.”- 1 South of McIsaac’s, Tapu

One full share in “Hit or Miss,” Tapu

Half share in Navvies’ Claim-Na. (2 south McIsaacs’s

Half working share in the “Bachelors,” on Waiot Creek

Half Sleeping share in “Hit or Miss,” Tapu, ? of the “Perseverance.”

1 full share in (Quinn and Cashell’s) “Perseverance,” Tapu

Quarter sleeping share in the “City of Glasgow.”

One full share in the “Morning Star.”

Half working share in the “Morning Star.”

Quarter sleeping share in Woodensen’s Claim, Waiotahi Creek.

Half sleeping share in the “Pride of Caledonia,” Tapu-next to the “Panama Route.”

One full share in the “Caledonia,” next Tookey’s

Quarter sleeping share in the “Edinburgh Castle,” Moanataiari Creek

One full share in McIsaacs’s No 2Quarter sleeping share in the” Hit or Miss” Tapu

TRANSFER OF PUBLICANS' LICENSES.
Daily Southern Cross, 7 September 1870 page 3

A meeting of Justices for the transfer of publicans’ licenses was held at noon yesterday, at the police Court.

Present: James NAUGHTON, Esq (In the Chair.) J.H. HORNE, Esq., and W.A. GRAHAM, Esq., J.P’S. The following transfers were granted: -

CARPENTERS’ ARMS: From Francis MARTIN to John ADAMS

QUEEN’S HOTEL: From Oliver AITCHESON to Charles AUBRIDGE

ROYAL HOTEL: From William, Amos CLARKE to John Jacob FERNANDEZ

PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL: From Henry FURLEY to Albert GRIFFITHS

GLOBE HOTEL: From Joseph G PERCY to Edward Swanton HILL

YORK HOTEL: From W.H. RIPLEY to William JEFFREY

WAVERLEY HOTEL: From W.H. BALDWIN to Francis MARTIN

OLD HOUSE AT HOME: From William SMITH to Edward W. MORRISON

VICTORIA HOTEL: From Alexander JAMES to James SULLIVAN

WHEATSHEAF INN: From John Knowles TATUM to Joseph TRIMBLE

A bush license for Waiwerawera was granted to John SULLIVAN.


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