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New Zealander, Rōrahi 7, Putanga 515, 22 Poutūterangi 1851, Page 1
EX « CRESSWELL," From London, And on Sale by the Undersigned, One Hundred and Ninety-Sis Packages GROCERIES, OILMANS' STORES, FRUITS, &c, &c. consisting of — PATRAS CURRANTS Elem£ Raisins Raisins, Muscatels ditto, Sultanas Pippins, in baskets Plums. Imperial Bottled Fruits Jams, assorted Scotch Marmalade Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel Jamaica Ginger Ground ditto Robinson's Groats, pints and quarts Sir H. Sloane's Chocolate Fry and Sons' Cocoa Chocolate Powder ditto, Paste Isinglass Salad Oil, (in superb bottles) Jordan Almonds York Hams Chedder Cheese Smoked Salmon Fresh ditto Yarmouth Bloaters Burgess's Essence Anchovies Anchovy Paste Mushroom Catsup Lea and Perrin's Worcester Sauce Brown Vinegar Pale ditto Standard Table ditto Coleman's No. 1 , Starch, ditto Blue " 1 lb. Mustard, ditto lb. ditto Matches, a new invention Sperm Candles Blacking, Day and Martin's Bath Bricks ALSO — 5 Hhds. Marteli's Brandy, &c, &c. Wellesley Hughes Auckland, 21st March, 1851.
On Sale by the Undersigned. Af BUNDLES OAKUM V 40 barrels Coal Tar 28 packages Europe Rope White Lead, Paint Oil, Paint Brushes, Stockholm Tar, Pitch, Patent Black Varnish, Bright Varnish, Canvass, Twine, &c, &c. Thos. Russell, Fort-street. March 14,1851.
%* The Advertiser having large and commodious Store room in Fort -street, in the building formerly occupied by Thomas Lewis, Esq., is prepared to take Goods on Storage at the usual terms.
HP HE Undersigned will receive Cattle to I Graze at a moderate weekly charge, in that well known Paddock at Epsom, the pro- perty of James Macky, Esq. A look at the Paddock will satisfy those who may desire abundant feed for their Stock. Geo. Codlin, Royal George Inn, March l7th, 1851. Newmarket,
AUCKLAND MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.
THE Committee of Management of this Institute have the pleasure to announce that the Mev. Thomas Buddie will deliver a Lecture in the Hall of the Institution, on "I HE ABORIGINES OF NEW ZEALAND,— « a few extracts from Maori History ;" on Tuesday, the 25th March.
Parties who may be desirous to become Members of the Institute, are requested to communicate with the Undersigned, from whom all particulars of privilege of Members &c. may be learnt. ' A. W. Hansard, Won, Secretary. Feb. 28, 1851.