NEW ZEALAND
RISING SUN GOLD MINING COMPANY SHAREHOLDERS
1895

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Observer, Volume XV, Issue 875, 5 October 1895, Page 18. Thanks to

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I the undersigned, hereby make application to register THE RISING SUN GOLD MINING COMPANY as a No-liability Company, under the provisions of the Mining Companies Act, 1894.
1. The name of the Company is to be 'The Rising Sun Gold Mining Company, No Liability.'
2. The place of operations for intended operations is at Owharoa.
3. The Registered Office of the Company will be situated at the Bank of New Zealand Buildings, Auckland.
4. The value of the Company's property, including Claim [or lease ground] and Machinery is Five Thousand Pounds.
5. The number of Shares in the Company is Eighty Thousand of Three Shillings each.
6. The number of Shares subscribed for is Sixty Thousand.
7. The name of the Manager is George Charles Waudby Morris.
8. The names and addresses and occupations of Shareholders, and the number of Shares held by each at this date, are as below:

ADAMS Henry Hopper Waihi Mine Manger 4800
BATE Arthur Thomas Wellington Sharebroker 1000
BLOMFIELD William Auckland Artist 4800
BOAK William Auckland Commercial Traveller 5000
GEDDIS William John Auckland Journalist 4800
GEE George Francis Wellington Banker 5000
HANNA James Crawford Wellington Insurance Manager 2500
KIDD Alfred Auckland Licensed Victualler 4800
McLELLAN James Wellington Banker 5000
MORRIS George Charles Waudby Auckland Mining Agent (in trust for the Company) 20000
OSBORNE Thomas George (Jnr) Wellington Warehouseman 2500
PARFITT Peter Thomas Jones Wellington Banker 2500
REEVES William Pember Wellington Minister of the Crown 2500
RHODES Charles Paeroa Banker 4800
SCOTT Henry Allan Christchurch Timber Merchant 5000
TREGOWETH William Paeroa Mine Manger 5000
80000

G. C. W. MORRIS, Manager. Dated this 1st day of October, 1895. Witness to Signature Edwin Edwards.
I, George Charles Waudby Morris, do solemnly and sincerely declare that
1. I am the Manager of the said intended Company.
2. 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.' G. C. W. MORRIS. Taken before me, H. M. Sheppard, J.P.


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