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New Zealander, Rōrahi 4, Putanga 308, 12 Haratua 1849, Page 2
HORSES EX "WILLIAM." HORSES EX « FANNY."
CONNELL cV RIDINGS Will Sell by Public Auction, at the Blue Bell Inn, on Tuesday next, May 15th, at 11 o'clock, a valuable importation of Horses, suited for S.uldle and Draught,
just landed, ex i( William," from Hobart Tovn, viz. — I. C AMPSON, a powerful chestnut Entire Horse, 4 years old, got by the famous imported Clydesdale horse Lincoln, out of am imported Suffolk Punch mare — thoroughly trained to draft. 2. Young Lincoln, a very fine grey Colt, got by Lincoln, out of a thoroughbred Clydesdale mare. 3. A very fine Hackney, nearly thoroughbred — sire, the imported blood horse Little John. 4. A handsome bay Mare, 5 years old — sire, the imported blood horse Little John. 5. A fine Blood Mare, 6 years old, out of a thoroughbred imported Buffalo mare by Pi i nee Albert. 6. A chestnut draft Mare, stinted to Cleveland, a splendid Clydes- dale horse — thoroughly trained to harness. 7 and 8. A match, a beautiful team i of thoroughbred Clydesdale grey Horses, of 5 and 6 yeais old, thoioughly trained. 9 and 10. Two fine bay Cart Horses, G and 7 years old, both good in harness. U and 12. Two powerful Cart Mares, broken to shaft or plough. and both stinted to the English imported horse Champion. 13 to 18, Five fine young Horses, suited to saddle and draught. 19. A splendid piebald Entire Horse, thoroughly trained to sad- dle and harness. 20. A beautiful bay Riding Mare — will probably prove one of the fastest in the colony. 21. A Mare and Foal — the latter a very handsome filly of six months old. 22 to 25. Three fine bay Horses for saddle or draught. Also — A very handsome and well- built Due Cart, with gig har- ness, cushions, &c, complete.
UNRESERVED SALE OF BUILDING ALLOTMENTS.
CONNELL & RIDINGS Will sell by Auction, on Wednesday, 16th instant, at their Mart, Queen street, Twenty Building; Allotments in Freeman's Bay, npHE above Allotments are situated at the H Town side ov the Bay, in the elevated land overlooking the Water, and about five minutes walk, from Queen Street. The posi- tion is healthy and cheerful, and from its being close io the beach, is adapted parti- cularly to Saivykks, Boatmen, Timber Deal- eks, and other Mechanics. Each Allotment has a frontage to Adelaide Strl'ET of 26 feet, by a depth of 66 feet.
A Plan of the above can be seen at the Auction Mart.
MR. D. NATHAN
Will sell by Public Auction, on Tuesday, May 15, at his Brick Store, comer of High- street — TH E WHOLE OF HIS STOCK OF MERCHANDIZE on hand— including an extensive assoitment of NEW GOODS, ex Ennerdale, Sale to commence at 11 o'clock. Terms at time of Sale.
TO LET, WITHIN 15 minutes walk of the Couit House, an Allotment of 8 acres, fenced and in cultivation as Gaiden and Paddock, with a good tlnee roomed Raupo House, and' Stocky aid erected thereon. For Paiticulars, apply at Commercial H ousr