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FORMS RELATING TO COMPANIES.

AUSTRALIAN MALACHITE COMPANY, LIMITED.
BANKERS' RECEIPT.

(To be signed by Bankers and returned to applicant.)

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LETTER OF ALLOTMENT.

THE AUSTRALIAN MALACHITE COMPANY, LIMITED.

Capital £30,000, in shares of £5 each.

Members are not liable beyond the amount of their shares.
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CERTIFICATE OF SHARES.

THE AUSTRALIAN MALACHITE COMPANY, LIMITED.

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Of Memoranda and Articles of Association.

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"The Australian Malachite Company, Limited," subject to the provisions of the memorandum and articles of association of the company; and that the deposit of £ per share has been paid in respect of all the

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Memorandum of Association of "The Australian Malachite Company,

Limited."

(1.) The name of the company is "The Australian Malachite Company, Limited."

(2.) The registered office of the company will be situate in England.

(3.) The objects for which the company is established are, the searching for raising and selling malachite and other ores of copper and other minerals that may be found in the district of Queensland or elsewhere, and converting the ores into metal, if it be found expedient so to do; with power for the said company, in furtherance of the above objects, to purchase or otherwise acquire from the Government or any body corporate or individuals, any lease or interest in lands or mines situate in the said district; to accede to any conditions that may be imposed in respect of such lease or interest; to make any payments that may be necessary in order to acquire such lease or interest; and generally to do all such things as are directly or indirectly incidental to any mining undertaking of the company, or to carry into effect any such lease as aforesaid that may be obtained by the company.

(4.) The liability of the members is limited.

(5.) The capital of the company is one hundred and twenty-five thousand pounds, divided into one thousand shares of one hundred and twenty-five pounds each.

WE, the several persons whose names and addresses are subscribed, are desirious of being formed into a company, in pursuance of this memorandum of association; and we respectively agree to take the number of shares in the capital of the company set opposite our respective names.

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FORMS RELATING TO COMPANIES.

Names and Addresses of Subscribers.

Number of Shares taken by each subscriber.

1. John Smith, of Crutched Friars, in the City of London
2. John Jones, of Church Street, in the city of London
3. Rob. Green, of Brighton, in the county of Sussex.
4. Andrew Brown, of Crutched Friars, in the City of
London

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5. Henry Thompson, of Old Windsor, in the County of

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6. John Taylor, jun., of Queen Street, in the City of

London

7. Francis White, of King William Street, in the City of

London

8. Henry Smith, of Moorgate Street, in the City of London

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Memorandum of Association of "Jones, Green, Brown, and Company, Limited."

(1.) The name of the company is " Jones, Green, Brown, and Company."

(2.) The registered office of the company will be situate in England.

(3.) The objects for which the company is established are the carrying on the grocery business now carried on by the undersigned John Jones. Thomas Green, and Andrew Brown. And doing all such things as may be necessary for extending the said business.

(4.) The liability of the members is limited.

(5.) The capital of the company is nine thousand pounds, divided inte three hundred shares of thirty pounds each.

Of Memoranda and Articles of Association.

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WE, the several persons whose names are subscribed, are desirous of being formed into a company, in pursuance of this memorandum of association, and we respectively agree to take the number of shares in the capital of the company set opposite our respective names.

Names and addresses of subscribers, supra, form No. 4.

No. 6.

Articles of Association of “Jones, Green, Brown, and Company, Limited.”

(1.) Article 29 of Table A. shall not apply.

(2.) A general meeting shall be held on the 1st of December, 18

or at such earlier time as may be appointed by the directors.

(3.) The quorum of members for general meetings shall be thirty, and to this extent article 37 of Table A. shall be modified.

(4.) Articles 52, 53, 58, 59, 63, of Table A. shall not apply.

(5.) The number of directors shall be seven. The subscribers to the memorandum of association shall be the first directors, and shall vacate their office at the first general meeting.

(6.) The directors shall be elected annually by the company in general meeting.

(7.) Article 72 of Table A. shall not apply, and the directors may declare a dividend whenever they think it expedient to do so.

(8.) Articles of Table A., 83 to 94, both inclusive, shall not apply. (9.) The accounts of the company shall be audited by a committee of five members of the company, called the audit committee.

(10.) The first audit committee shall be nominated by the directors. (11.) Subsequent audit committees shall be nominated by the members at the ordinary general meeting in each year.

(12.) The audit committee shall be supplied with a copy of the balance sheet, and it shall be their duty to examine the same, with the accounts and vouchers relating thereto.

(13.) The audit committee shall have a list delivered to them of all books kept by the company, and they shall at all reasonable times have access to the books and accounts of the company: they may, at the expense of the company, employ accountants or other persons to assist them in inves

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tigating such accounts, and they may in relation to such accounts examine the directors or any other officers of the company.

(14.) The audit committee shall make a report to the members on the balance-sheet and accounts, and in every such report they shall state whether in their opinion the balance-sheet is a fair and full balance-sheet, containing the particulars required by these regulations of the company, and properly drawn up, so as to exhibit a true and correct view of the state of the company's affairs; and in case they have called for explana tion or information from the directors, whether such explanations or information have been given by the directors, and whether they have been satisfactory; and such report shall be read with the report of the directors at the ordinary meeting.

(15.) Table A. shall apply except in so far as its provisions are hereinbefore expressly excluded.

1. John Jones, of

2. John Smith, of

3. Thomas Green, of

4. John Thompson, of

5. Caleb White, of

6. Andrew Brown, of

7. Abel Brown, of

Names and addresses of subscribers.

Witness to the above signatures,

A. B., No. 20, Bond Street, Middlesex.

This is a form incorporating Table A. with modifications, making annual the election of directors, and substituting an audit committee for the auditors of Table A.

No. 7.

Memorandum of Association of the "United Millers' Company, Limited.”

(1.) The name of the company is the "United Millers' Company, Limited."

(2.) The registered office of the company will be situate in England. (3.) The object for which this company is established are the purchase and sale of flour of all descriptions; also the sale and purchase of grain of all descriptions, the grinding grain, and generally the carrying on the business of millers and the sale of any products of grain in the shape of

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