NEW ZEALAND
WOODSTOCK GOLD AND SILVER MINING AND SMELTING COMPANY
1885

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Thames Star, Volume XVII, Issue 5260, 26 November 1885, Page 3. Thanks to

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I the Undersigned, hereby make application to register the WOODSTOCK GOLD AND SILVER MINING AND SMELTING COMPANY as a Limited Company, under the provisions of the Mining Companies Act, 1872, and amendment Acts thereof.
1st. The name of the Company is to be The Woodstock Gold and Silver Mining and Smelting Company (Limited).
2nd. The place of operations is at Karangahake, in the Provincial District of Auckland in the Colony of New Zealand.
3rd. The Registered Office of the Company will be situated at the New Zealand Insurance Company Buildings, Auckland, in the Provincial District of Auckland and Colony of New Zealand.
4th. The nominal capital of the Company is thirty-six thousand pounds sterling, in thirty six thousand Shares of one pound sterling each.
5th. The number of Shares subscribed for is thirty six thousand, being the entire number of Shares in the Company.
6th. The number of shares paid-up is nil.
7th. The amount already paid up is eighteen thousand pounds.
8th. The name of the Manager is Dennis Gilmore MacDonnell.
9th. The names and addresses and occupations of the Shareholders, and the number of Shares held by each at this date, are as follows:

DAVIDSON Charles Karangahake Miner 1000
DAVIS Richard Knibb Auckland Accountant 12500
FRASER William Thames Miner 2000
GORRIE Henry Thomas Auckland Clerk 1000
GORRIE William Auckland Bookseller 500
HEITMAN John Henry Karangahake Miner 2000
HUMPHREYS Thomas Mace Ohinemuri Clergyman 2000
LEMON George Karangahake Miner 1500
LIDDELL James Karangahake Mine Manager 3000
LITTLEJOHN William Ohinemuri Mine Manager 1000
McCOMBIE John Ohinemuri Mining Agent 2000
McLOGHRY Archibald Karangahake Miner 1000
McMILLAN Charles Cookman Auckland Merchant 1000
MOORE John H Waihi Mine Manager 1000
ROGERS Edwin Auckland Gentleman 1500
SHEPHERD Alfred Ohinemuri Hotelkeeper 1000
TONLS Benjamin Digby Auckland Auctioneer 1500
UPTON J H Auckland Stationer 500
36000

Dated this twenty-fifth day of November, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-five. D. G. MacDonnell, Manager. Witness to Signature J.W. Nichol, Jun.
I, Dennis Gilmore MacDonnell, do solemnly and sincerely declare that
1st. I am the manager of the said intended company.
2nd. The above statement is to the best of my belief and knowledge, true in every particular. And I make this solemn declaration, conscientiously believing the same to be true, and by virtue of an Act of the General Assembly of New Zealand, intituled "The Justices of the Peace Act, 1882." D. G. MacDonnell,' Manager taken before me this twenty first day of November, one thousand eight hundred and eighty five. (Signed) C D. Whitcombe, Justice of the Peace.


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