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Anglo American Times (Newspaper) - March 2, 1883, London, Middlesex LIVERPOOL. L. BEN AS" AND SON, BANKERS AND EXCHANGE BROK1B8, 6, South Oastle-strbjct, Established 181P. RSGIBTEBED FOB TBAKSMI88IOJI ABBOAD; THE HOWE MACHINE CO.. LlmW MANUFACTURERS of SEWING MACHINES, BICYCLES, & TRICYCLES 48, QUEEN VICTORIA STRE3T, LGNDON, Branch Offices and Agencies in every to vvn In the United Kingdom Vol. XXXV.-No. 903. LONDON, FRIDAY, MARCH 2,, 1883. price........4o stamped....4iD LAMBERT, GOLDSMITH, JEWELLER and SILVERSMITH TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN, And to the UNITED STATES LEGATIONS fo moie than twenty-five years COVENTRY STREET, LONDON, W ITALY. AMERICAN BANK EES. MAQCAY, HOOKER, & Co., 6, Via do Tornabuoui-Florence-Via de Tornabvoni 5 Messrs. Maquay, Hooker, & Co. 20, Piazza di Spagna-Rome-Piazza di Spagna, 20 Messrs. Maquat, Hooker, & Cc, 1, Yia Borra-Lemiokn-"Via Bona, 7. With Branches at Pisa, Siena, and Baths of Lucca Agents and direct Correspondents of all the principa B vnkersin Europe and the United States. Reading-rooms, Goods stor�i' and forwarded for clients JAMES R. M'DONALD & CO., American Shipping and Commission Merchants. HAMBURG, GERMANY, Orders for the purchase of Goods and Consignments solicited. Goods shipped and received, Insurance effected, and all business connected with a Geneial Commission and Ship, ping business attended to promptly. THE RAILROAD EQUIPMENT COMPANY, NEW YORK. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL ......... $1,500,000 PAID UP CAPITAL............... U00,000 Agents in London- RUSSELL & CO., Fekcuuuuh House, 5 & 7, Fonchurch-strcet, E.C. COLLEGE CHAMBERS, 2-15 to 251, HIGH HOLBORN, LONDON. Fine shops and 1st floor offices to let in new building; light, lofty, and oonveniont; close to Inns of Court and First Avenuo Hotols ; suitablo for Agonts requiring good advertising positions. Contral position, within easy access to City and West End. Ronts mo derate. Also several good and conYoniont Residential Chambers now disongagod. Apply to DREW. GADMAN, v--.. ' 245, High Holborn. prospectus of the "* PRESIDENT GARFIELD" STEAMSHIP -a- COMPANY, LIMITED, (to be Registered under tho Limited Liability Act, wheroby the liabilities of the Shareholders is limited to^tho amount of their Shares.) We have availed of a favourable opportunity to secure the purchase of a nearly now Clyde-built Iron Screw Steamer, called tho "PRESIDENT GARFIELD," of tho following dimensions:- Length between Perpendiculars ......288 ft. 0 in. Breadth moulded ........................ 36 0 Depth ....................................... 25 0 Depth in Hold............................ 22 6 c1..vsed 100 a 1 at lloyds. Carries 3,000 tons dead weight, and is handsomely fitted up for thirty fir^t-class passengers ; has large measurement capacity, and is replete with all the latest improvements. Her Engines are 36" and 68" cylinders, with 45" stroke. Thi3 power is in excess of usual cargo Steamer, as she steams 10 knots per hour on a very small consumption of coal. She is built on tho cellular double-bottom principle, and can be shifted to any port under her.water ballast, hence the reason that this type of steamer can bo worked to greater advantage than steamers not built on this principle. This line craft will bo'ready for delivery early next April, aftor completion of her present voyage to the East. The price is �34,000 ; this amount is lower by �2,000 to �3,000 than she could now be built for. it is incontestibly proved that similar cargo screw Bteamers, tfficiontly managed, yield more profit on the aggregate than almost any otber investment. This fact is palpable by the Bteady incroase of tonnage of late years, and by the success of thoso whoso sagacity and enterprise in this branah of trade have been the means of so rapidly enriching themselves and their copartners. Results Bhow that similar cargo craft to tho above, well managed, yield from 10 per cent to 20 per cent on their cost, aftor providing for all sailiog expenses (including tho cost of insurance against all risksj, and wo now invito you to joiu us in a venture that should yield good dividonds to all concerned. The price of the Steamer is ..................�34,000 To which add, to pay for lusuranco, etc... 2,000 In all.................................�36,000 which is divided into 360 shares of �100 each. , A good portion of the Shares have already been taken up, and we shall estoem your early application for Shares ou the annexed form, and the favour of the investment being named to your frionds. Wo are, Yours faithfullv, POTHONHfiit and CO., Mana�eus. THE "PRESIDENT GARFIELD" STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED. application tor shakes. .........................188 Please allot mo.....,..................Shares in tho above name Company. Name........................ Address.................... To Messrs. POTHONIER & Co., 21, Great Saint Helen's, London, E.C. No money will be required until the Vessel is ready for delivery. The Royal SCOTCH TARTAN SHAWL WAREHOUSE London. 8cott Adie's New Tartan.spun Silks are now on yiew, in the largest choice for the season ; also his celebrated Handloom Linsey Woolseys for Ladies' Travelling-dresSe* and sea voyages. Shetland Shawls and Veils, Rugs, Plaids, &c. Waterproof Homespun Sootoh Tweeds_ in natural coloured wools and heather mixtures, vbr Ladies' Dresses. Ladies' Waterproof Travelling Cloaks and Jaolets of Pure Scotch Materials, in the newest colours and most fashionable and useful shapes., nd in textures suited for all seasons and climates. Bor's Highland Suits. " SCOTT ADIS, 115, Regent Street. Entrance-Corner Vigo SiREb By Special Appointment to the Court. THE STOCK & SHARE AUCTION
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