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New Zealander, Volume 8, Issue 624, 7 April 1852, Page 4
HANSARD &. BStOOKFIEXiD, HOUSE, ESTATE, CUSTOM HOUSE, AND GENERAL AGENTS, S II ORTL AND -STREET. SEVERAL HOUSES in all parts of the Countiy, Town, and Suburbs to be Let. Many Building Allotments in Town and Suburbs for Sale or Lease. A FEW SUMS OF MONEY ready to be advanced on unexceptionable security. FARM ON THE WEST TAMAKI.
TO BE SOLD, with immediate possession, A COMPACT and well Enclosed SMALL FARM, of about 1 1 acres, delightfully situated on the West Bank of the Tamaki,, with a_ good, weather-boaided House, and Stockyard thereon, — communication by the Steamer daily. The Stock and Furniture may be taken if required. N.B. There are about 35 or 40 actes ad- joining this, which can also be purchased at a reasonable price if desited. Terms very advantageous. Apply to Hansard & Brookfield.
TO BE LET, (In the Tamaki Distiict,) with immediate possession, if required,
A FARM OF ABOUT FIFTY ACRES, -^*- inclosed with a thorn -fence, with a very comfortable 5-roomed Dwelling House, and all suitable out buildings thereon. To parties newly arrived this is a most favorable opportunity of getting a return for their labour within the first year. For further particulars apply to Hansard & Brookkield.
TO BE LET. With immediate possession. Jkzg&. npHE comfortable residence in Jjj^lfffyi J- Wakefield Street, adjoining JHUJjfl' that of the Rev. Mr. Inglis, con- BS^ESe^P 1 sisting of 2 sitting-rooms, 2 bed- rooms, kitchen, store-room, &c. N.B. A good yard, with well of excellent water — and every other convenience suitable for a respectable family. Apply to Hansard & Brookfieid. EXCELLENT BUSINESS PREMISES IN QUEEN^STREET.
J»aL rro BE LET, — at a moderate i3g|fjjj^hrf£ J- rental, with immediate pos- TmillLjyjii session if required, that Excel- iggiSEsSK? lent Shop, and commodious Dwelling House, situate in Queen-street, now occupied by Mr, Thomas Douglas. This House, which has a most commanding double Shop front, is situated opposite to Wyndham-street, and at the corner of the present communication from Queen-street to High-street. Apply to Hansard & Brookfield.
JAMES HAITDAY, CABINET MAKER, UPHOLSTERER, &c , TIIHANKFUL for the share of business he X has enjoyed since his arrival in Auckland, begs to intimate that he has removed from Princes Street, to more commodious premises in Shortland Stieet, lately occupied (in his own line) by Messrs. Leighton and Stuckley, a few doors below the " New Zealander" office, where he will be happy to receive orders, and fulfil them to the best of his ability, with a due regard to durability and neatness in the execution. March 30th, 1852,