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The New Zealand Journal, Saturday, July 18 (1840)

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To Emigrants.—Richards, Wood & Co., of Nos. 117 and 118, Bishops-gate-street Within, have ready for immediate Shipment (and which they pack in a manner to cause the least possible freightage) Ironmongery, Machinery, Agricultural and Mechanical Tools of all kinds, as they have long been in the habit of making them for the Colonies of New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, and South Australia.
Extracts from works on Emigration.
"For the purchase of Ironmongery, it is necessary to be very particular as to the description, sizes, and quality; what you want, therefore, should be procured of a person who well knows the market; if the things are not the patterns in use, they will not be even looked at, much less purchased."—Widdowson on Van Diemen's Land, page 42.
"The articles to the above patterns may be seen and bought at Messrs. Richards, Wood, and Co."—Widdowson on Van Diemen's Land, page 41.
"I bought my Ironmongery of Messrs. Richards, Wood, and Co., No. 117, Bishopsgate-street Within, and upon comparison of invoices with some of my friends in the Colony, I found I had been well used, and the quality of things furnished me was excellent; they had been for years in the Australian trade and understand the kind of articles required in these Colonies."—Gouger's South Australia, page 126.
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Ship For New Zealand Wanted.

The Court Of Directors of the New Zealand Company hereby give Notice, that they will be ready, on Thursday, the 23d day of July inst. at two o'clock precisely, to receive Tenders for the conveyance of about 150 emigrants in a ship of 350 or more tons, old register, from the Clyde to Wellington, in New Zealand, to sail early in August next.
The tenders to be made at a fixed rate for each emigrant, and according to a form which may be had at the Company's House.
The Directors do not pledge themselves to accept the lowest tender.
By order of the Court,
John Ward, Sec.
New Zealand House, Broad-street Buildings.
15th July, 1840.

New Zealand.

Mr. Baines proceeds to New Zealand with the Surveying Staff of the Plymouth Company in July, and notifies to the public that he undertakes to select, measure, map, and scientifically arrange landed property with dispatch and accuracy; and begs to assure landed proprietors who may entrust him with the management or property in the Colony, that every attention will be paid to their interests.
Mr. Baines will be in attendance at the offices of Messrs. Capper and Gole, 11, Park-street, Westminster, daily, until his departure, from 2 to 4 o'clock.
30th June, 1840.
Under Engagement to the New Zealand Company, to Sail on the 10th of September, direct
For Wellington, In New Zealand, the fine River-built Ship, Slains Castle, A 1, coppered; burthen 509 tons. James Petrie, Commander. Lying in the London Docks. This Ship has splendid accommodations for passengers, and will carry an experienced Surgeon. For freight or passage apply to John Pirie and Co., 3, Freeman's-court, Cornhill.

Australia & New Zealand.

—The undersigned having been appointed Agents by her Majesty's Colonization Commissioners and the New Zealand Company for the Sale of Lands, beg to state they will be happy to afford every information respecting the Colonies of Australia and New Zealand. Purchasers will incur no expence beyond the actual cost of the Land. Passages (either Cabin, Intermediate, or Steerage,) engaged, Goods shipped, and Insurances effected. Capper and Gole, 151, Fenchurch street, and 11, Park-street, Westminster.
John Jennings, Agent, (late chief Clerk) to the New Zealand Company, 15, Pinners Hall, Broad-street, offers his services for the Purchase and Sale of Colonial Lands, negociations of Passages and Freight, and Shipment and Insurance of Goods.
Purchases of land effected without any additional expence to the purchaser for agency. Every kind of in-formation relative to the New Colony, communicated to parties resident in the country, in reply to letters (post age free) addressed as above.
Emigration To New Zealand.—The Directors of the Plymouth Company of New Zealand hereby give notice, that they are ready to receive applications for a free passage to the intended settlement of New Plymouth in New Zealand, from Agricultural Labourers, Shepherds, Miners, Gardeners, Brickmakers, Mechanics, Handicraftsmen and Domestic Servants, being married, and not exceeding forty years of age—also, from Single Females under the care of near relatives, and Single Men accompanied by one or more adult sisters, not exceeding, in either case, the age of thirty years. Strict enquiry will be made as to qualifications and character.
The Directors have appointed Capt. Henry King, R.N., their principal superintendent and agent in the Colony, and will despatch their first expedition of emigrants under his charge not later than the last week in October next.
Further particulars, and printed forms of application, may be obtained at the Company's Office, No. 5, Octagon, Plymouth, or of any of the agents.
By Order of the Board,
Thos. Woollcombe, Secretary.
Dated 18th July, 1849.
New Zealand.—Persons desirous of Emigrating to the above Colony may obtain all relative information by application to J. Stayner, Ship and Insurance Broker to the New Zealand Company, 8, Water-lane, Tower-street.
Passengers To Australia or any of the Colonies are respectfully informed that they can be supplied with their entire Outfits at S. Unwin'S, 57 and 58 Lombard street; with White or Striped Shirts, Towels, Table Linen, Sheets, Hosiery, Shooting Coats, Drill, Gambroon, Jean and Cantoon Trowsers, all kind of Woollen Clothing, in Dress or Frock Coats, Trowsers, and Boat Cloaks, also Sea Bedding, Cots, Single and Double Couches, Cabin Furniture, Trunks, &c. Ladies will find a large stock of White and Coloured Morning Dresses, Linen and Calico Chemises, Night Gowns, Caps, Cambric Slips, and every description of Under Clothing, at the lowest wholesale prices.
Shirts, at wholesale prices, at W. H. Ablett and Co.'s, 37, Cornhill. Not less than half a dozen sold. Calico Shirts, 9s., 12s., 18s., and 24s. per dozen; ditto, with plaited fronts, 18s., 24s., and 30s. per dozen; ditto long cloth, with fine linen collars, wristbands, and plaited linen fronts, 30s., 30s., 45s., and best quality, 78s., usually sold at 8s. 6d., each; linen shirts all prices very fine, 9s. 6d. to 12s. 6d. each; linen collars, 3s. 6d., 5s. 6d., 6s. 6d., fine 8s. 6d. and 10s. 6d. per dozen; ladies' ehemises, 9s., 13s., fine 18s. and 24s. per dozen; night gowns, 81s., 24s., and fine, with frills, 36s. per dozen For cash. Letters pre-paid.

Plymouth Company Of New Zealand.

Capital—£50,000—in 2,000 Shares of £25 each.
Deposit—£5 per Share.
Governor—The Earl Of Devon.
Deputy-GovernorThomas Gill, Esq.
Full information on every point connected with the Company may be obtained of the Secretary, or of John Ward, Esq., New Zealand House, Broad-street Buildings, to cither of whom, to the Devon and Cornwall Banking Company, to Messrs. Wright and Co., the London Bankers of the Company, application for Shares may be made, in the following form:—
I request to have-Shares in this undertaking; hereby engaging to take such Shares, or any proportion thereof as may be appropriated to me, upon the terms specified or referred to in the Prospectus dated the 10th day of February 1840.—By order of the Board,
Thos. Woollcombe. Sec.
Devonport, February 19th, 1840.

Suburban Sections In The New Ply-Mouth Settlement Of New Zealand.

The Directors of the Plymouth Company of New Zealand hereby give notice, that the whole of the Suburban Sections or Land, which were originally offered to the Public, having been disposed of, a Public Meeting of the Purchasers, or their Agents, will be held at the office of the Company, No. 5, Octagon, Plymouth, on Saturday, the 22d day of August next, at 12 o'clock precisely, in the presence of the Directors, when the priority of choice for the Suburban Sections will be decided by lot—the Directors of the Plymouth Company drawing on equal terms with their purchasers for the lots reserved for the Company and the native families.
The balance of the purchase-money must be paid to the Secretary, (or to Messrs. Wright and Co. in London, or the Devon and Cornwall Banking Company at Plymouth, so that the Secretary may be advised thereof), on or before Wednesday, the 10th August; in default whereof the purchaser will lose his right of choice, and his sections will be disposed of to the applicants whose names are provisionally entered in a supplementary list.
By order of the Board, Thos. Woollcombe, Sec. Office of the Company, 18th July, 1840.

Lands In The New Plymouth Settlement Of New Zealand.

The Directors of the Plymouth Company Of New Zealand hereby give Notice, that the terms of an extensive purchase of Land from the London Company of New Zealand are finally settled, and that despatches have been forwarded to the Colony by the Martha Ridgeway, for the purpose of securing the most advantageous position for the settlement. Frederick A. Carrington, Esq., late of the Ordnance Surveying Department, will sail with the surveying staff of the Plymouth Company, in The London, on or about the 1st August next.
The Directors are now ready to receive applications for the purchase of the remaining three hundred and fifty of the thousand town sections originally offered for sale, each section containing a quarter of an acre, and the price being £10. The pelt of suburban land surrounding the town, and containing ten thousand four hundred and fifty acres, is disposed of, but the rural lands adjoining the suburban belt are now offered for sale, subject to the Company's general regulations, dated this day, of which the following are the material points:—That each rural section will consist of fifty acres, and have attached to it one of the town sections originally reserved by the Company, the price of the whole being £75, whereof £40 will be expended in emigration. That each purchaser will be entitled to select his rural section, according to the order in which he presents his land order in the Colony, and his town section according to the order in which his application to the Secretary is made for the purchase.
Liberal allowances are made for passage-money, the full particulars of which, with every other requisite information, may be obtained of John Ward, Esq., New Zealand House; of any Agent to the Company; or of the Secretary, by letter prepaid, addressed to his residence, Kerr street, Devonport.
By order of the Board,
Thomas Woollcombe, Sec.
Office of the Company, 5, Octagon, Plymouth,
July 18, 1840.
The British and Australasian Bank, 55, Moorgate-street, London. Notice to parties wishing to effect Remittances of Money to Australia or Van Diemen's Land.—Bills and Letters Of Credit will be granted by the Directors of this Bank, until further notice, upon Sydney, and Port Philip in Australia, or upon Hobart Town and Launceston, in Van Diemen's Land, at the rate of £102 10s. for every sum of £100 paid at this Office. June 12.
Manning'S Portable Colonial Cottages.
Patronised By Her Majesty'S Honourable Board Of Ordnance, by each of the Surveyors-General in the Colonies of South Australia and New Zealand, by the New Zealand Land Company, and the principal Officers and Gentlemen connected with Australia.
H. Manning, 251, High Holborn,
respectfully informs those whom it may interest, that he continues to manufacture Portable Colonial Cottages, on his peculiar plan, which has hitherto given such entire satisfaction; he is constantly receiving from the Colonies the most gratifying accounts of the comfort and profits which many parties are receiving from them. These Cottages can be removed from one station to another, struck and erected again in a few hours. They are pannelled throughout, painted inside and outside, with doors and fastenings, glazed folding windows, floors, joists, and roofing complete. No extra charge for packing and delivery at the Docks.
Permanent Houses of Framed Studs, with inside and outside Boards, Boarded Floors, Ceilings and Roofs; Doors and Glazed Windows complete. Packed up for shipment. Well adapted for Colonists, from their moderate cost, great portability, facility of erection, and real comfort. Plans and models at P. Thompson's Manufactory, New Road, Regent's park.
New Settlement Of Australind.
Under the Western Australian Company.
Directors.
Chairman— William Hutt, Esq., M.P.
Deputy-ChairmanJohn Chapman, Esq.
T. H. Brooking, Esq.
Henry Buckle, Esq.
Charles Enderby, Esq.
James Irving, Esq.
Jacob Montefiore, Esq.
Geo. Rt. Smith. Esq, M. P
Capt. M. H. Sweny, R.N.
E. Gibbon Wakefield, Esq.
Secretary—Thomas John Buckton, Esq.
Chief Commissioner in Australia—M. Waller
Clifton. Esq., F.R.S.
Bankers { Messrs. Smith, Payne, and Smiths.
Messrs. Wright and Co.
Standing Counsel—Francis M'Donnell, Esq.
Solicitors—Messrs. Few, Hamilton, and Few.
The Company are now disposing of allotments of Rural and Town Land in their new Settlement of Australind, terms and particulars of which may be obtained on application at the Company's House, No. 6, Adelphi Terrace, London.
New zealand company.—The Directors of the New Zealand Company hereby give notice that they have Effected an Arrangement with the Union Bank of Australia, for the establishment of a Branch Bank in New Zealand, through which the business of the New Zealand Company will be transacted. The Directors therefore recommend to Colonists the Union Bank of Australia as an establishment possessing their entire confidence, and able to provide effectually for the Financial Wants of the Settlers.
By order of the Board, John Ward, Secretary. New Zealand Company's Office,
Broad-street Buildings.
Union Bank Of Australia,
London Office, 38, Old Broad-street.
Directors.
George Fife Angas, Esq.
Robert Brooks, Esq.
John William Buckle, Esq.
James John Cummins, Esq.
Robert Gardner, Esq. Manchester.
John Gore, Esq.
Benjamin E. Lindo, Esq.
Charles E. Mangles, Esq.
Christopher Rawson, Esq. Halifax
Thomas Sands, Esq. Liverpool.
James Bogle Smith, Esq.
James Ruddell Todd, Esq.
Trustees.
George Carr Glyn, Esq.
John Gore, Esq.
James J. Cummias, Esq.
Bankers.—Messrs. Glyn, Hallifax, Mills, and Co.
Secretary.—Samuel Jackson, Esq.
Colonial Inspector.—John Cunningham M'Laren, Esq.
New Zealand Branch.
local directors.
Geo. S. Evans, Esq., D.C.L.
Edw. Betts Hopper, Esq.
Geo. Hunter, Esq.
Manager.—John Smith, Esq.,
Late of the Commercial Rank of England, Manchester.
Arrangements having been made for the opening of a Branch in New Zealand, Notice is hereby given that Letters of Credit (which are not transferable) and Bills, at thirty days' sight, will be issued at this Office to the settlers, for such sums as they may require, without charge, or the money being deposited.
The Directors likewise continue to grant letters of credit, payable at sight, for sums not exceeding 300l, and bills at thirty days' sight, for larger amounts, on their Branches at Sydney, Hobart Town, Launceston, and Melbourne, Port Phillip, free of charge.
By order of the Board,
Samuel Jackson, Secretary.
Carson'S Original Anti-Corrosion Paint.
Specially patronised by the Government.
The Anti-Corrosion Paint has been used by the Hon. Board of Ordnance for upwards of half a century, who have proved it to prevent rust or corrosion on Iron longer and better than the very best White Lead or any other description of Paint; and, inconsequence of its possessing this invaluable quality, all the Iron Guns and Gun Carriages both for land and sea service, have been painted with it for the above period. It will, therefore, be found a very superior preservative of Iron Steam Boats, Iron Bridges, Piers, or any other extensive Iron-Work. It has also been used in great quantities by other public bodies, and by numbers of gentlemen of the first distinction, to preserve Wooden Houses, Farm and other Out-buildings, Conservatories, Park Paling, Iron Railing, Compo, &c., Fronts, and Tiles to represent slating.
This paint is admirably adapted for preventing the decay of old Stone or Brick Mansions, Churches, or other Public Edifices requiring an effectual defence against the elements, as it will become harder than stone in a few months after it is laid on. It is particularly recommended to West India Proprietors, Emigrants, and others connected with the Colonies, who will find it to stand all climates better than any other Paint hitherto invented. The superiority of the Anti-Corrosion to any other Paint may be easily inferred from the simple fact, that its use has always been most strenuously opposed by persons interested in the sale of common Paints.
Colours:—Light Drab, and Yellow Stone, Light and Dark Lead, Copper, Chocolate, and Red, 34s. per cwt.; Invisible Green, 50s. per cwt.; Deep Green, 60s. per cwt.; Oil and Brushes. The Mark-lane Express, in alluding to this Paint, says:—"-----which, from its intrinsic excellence and durability, has been patronised by the Hon. Board of Ordnance for upwards of half a century, and is held in the highest estimation by numbers of the most influential agriculturalists throughout the kingdom."
An eminent writer (Mr. London) speaks of this Paint in the following terms:—"It lasts so long when applied to iron or well-seasoned timber or masonry, as seldom to require a renewal during a man's life-time."
The Original Anti-Corrosion Paint is only to be obtained of Walter Carson, (Successor to the Inventors) Manufacturer, by appointment, to the Hon. Board of Ordnance, the Hon. East India Company, and the principal London Dock Companies, 15, Tokenhouse-yard, near the Bank, London.
Printed by Henry Hobbs Chambers, of West-street, Cambridge-heath, Hackney, in the County of Middlesex, Printer, at the office of the "New Zealand Journal," No 366, Strand, in the aforesaid County; and Published by him at the said Office, where all Communications must be addressed "To the Editor," post paid.—Saturday, July 18, 1840.

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