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New Zealander, Volume 6, Issue 450, 7 August 1850, Page 2
©ales !)g auction*
MR. J. BRIGHAM Has received instructions to sell by Public Auction, at his Mart, Queen street, To- morrow (August Bth), at 12 o'clock,— Without Reserve — the undermentioned TOWN ALLOTMENTS, NO, 8, of Section 43, containing 1 rood, 28 peiches, a corner allotment, situate at the corner of Napier sticet, and a government road leading to the beach. > No. 11, of the same allotment, containing 1 rood, 3 perches. These two allotments are easy of access, and contiguous to Mr. Smith- son's piopeity. , Also Allotments No. 17, 18, of Section 44, containing lcspectively 1 rood 18 perches, and 1 rood 19 perches, situate in Napier Street, to winch there is a good cait load fiom town. 1 Allotment having a fi outage iv Victoria Street of 45^ feet, and to Chapel Stieet 55-| ft. 2 Allotments, 20 feet frontage to Victoria Street, depth 9:4 feet. 1 ditto, 20 feet frontage to Victoria-street, depth 55^ feet. 2 Allotments fronting Chapel Street, 20 eet, depth Go feet. Teims at Sale.
MR. /. BRIGHAM Will sell by Auction, at his Mait, To-Morrow, Thursday, Bth mst., at 11 o'clock, precisely PRIME BEEF, Liverpool Salt Table Rice, Loaf Sugar Flour, Cheese, Vinegar Pipes, Cigars, Wrapping Paper Staich, Blue, Sago. Nails, Hinges Dustpans, Locks, Knives and Forks Lucifer Matches, American Clocks Tea Pots, Coffee Pots, T v ureens Telescopes, Silk Handkerchiefs American Shirting, Calico Blue Jackets, Paletots, Scotch Caps Moleskin Trowsers, Smith's Vice Steel Mills, Kitchen Range Scales and Weights Grey Cotton and Lambswool half Hose Also — A JOLKV BOAT, 14 feet over all, with oats complete Terms at Sale.
MR. J. BRIG II AM Will sell by Auction, at his Mart, Queen-street, To-Mohrow (Thursday), at 11 o'clock, J7IIFTY BAGS TAR AN AX I j FLOUR. Terms at Sale.
THOMAS H'ESTON Sf CO. Will sell by Auction, on Friday next, 9th August, at ihcir Stores, Shortland Street, at 11 o'clock — A VARIETY CF MERCHANDIZE.
AUCKLAND MECHANICS INSTITUTE.
fTPHE Committee of Management of this B Institution desire to call the attention of the public to the advantages of Motnbership thereof, and to expiess a hope that as the com- mencement of a new (the :3rd) Quarter affords a good opportunity for joining the Institute, many will, on becoming acquainted with those advantages, send in their names for nomina- tion. . The Library (which has recently received, by donation and purchase, some very valuable additions) is open on two evenings in the week for the circulation of Books. It is expected that arrangements will be effected for the delivery of the Lectures (a lisi of which has been already published) at intervals of about a fortnight. Members, on presentation of their caid, are admitted free. Non-members pay Is. to each Leciure. The Drawing and Discussion classes (to which Members only are admissible) are now in full operation. The Subscription is 2s. 6d. per quarter. En- trance Fee, "2b. 6d. By »rder of the Gommittep, A. W. Hansarb, Hon. Sec.
AUCKLAND MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. THE COMMITTEE of Management of this Institution have the pleasuie to announce that, on their request, DR. BENNETT, has kindly consented to follow up his' Lecture on "Spectral Illusions and Natural Magic" by a Lecture on POPULAR SUPERSTITIONS, Which will be delivered on Monday Even- ing, the 12th of August, at Eight o'clock. Tickets (for adults Is., children Gd.) may be obtained of Mr. Mansard, Hon. Sec,,, Lower Queen-street; and at Mr. Williamsons bhort- land-street. N.B. — Members are reminded that , the door keeper will requiie the production of their cards.