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New Zealander, Rōrahi 8, Putanga 624, 7 Paengawhāwhā 1852, Page 1
ON SALE, Ex "John Phillips," @ London, |Q TONS LIVERPOOL SALT iV 7 trunks Boots and Shoes 1 " Waterproof Winter Boots 1 case Children's Satin and Felt Hats, (Christy's) 1 " Bonnets 1 " Haberdashery and Millinery 1 " Fancy Prints I bale Scotch Tartans, &c. I case Flower Vases, &c, &c. 1 bale Wine Corks 1 " Sewing Twine 1 " Crossover Shirts 1 case Waterproof Jackets, Sou-W esters, &c, &c. 2 crates Cane-bottomed Chairs 1 bale Carpets 200 dozen Marzetti's Bottled Beer. J. A. Gilfillan & Co. 6th April, 1852.
TO ARRIVE, Per " Gwalior," @ London ( f>A BALES White and Scarlet Witney V BLANKETS, 9-4, 10-4, & 11-4 1 " Flannel 2 cases Saddles, for Native Trade 500 Corn Sacks 1 bale Blue Serge Shirts 1 « Scarlet " " 1 " Twilled Regatta do. 2 " Fancy Regatta and Crossover do. 1 " Coloured Counterpanes 2 cases Fancy Striped Prints 3 " Moleskin Trowsers, White and Drab 1 c: Fancy Doeskins 1 " Hosiery 1 * Table Covers 1 " Gingham Umbrellas 2 " Palmer's Patent Lamps 2 " Palmer's Candles, for do, 80 drums Linseed Oil 10 hhds. Barclay's Stout 5 " Taylors Ale 1 cask Glue 4 hhds. Refined Sugar 4 casps Sheet Copper, IC, 18, and 20 oz. 1 cask Composition Nails, 1 inch 3 cases Sheet Zinc 1 cask Perforated Zinc 1 0 barrels btockholm Tar 5 " Pitch 5 tons, Casement, Rod, and Bar Iron. J. A. Gilfillan & Co 6th April, 1852. TO ARRIVE, Per " Inchinnan," @ London. A BALES CORN SACKS 1 ton White and Red Clover Seed | '• Trefoil 200 Iron Pots 4 casks Hardware, Carpenters' Tools, &c. J. A. Gilfillan & Co. 6th April, 1852.
BOOT AND SHOE DEPOT, QUEEN-STREET (Opposite the Wesleyan Chapel).
Just Landed, Ex" Katherine Stewart Forbes," CHILDREN'S (from two to nine years) PATENT ANCLE TIE SHOES Ladies patent Seal Shoes " Stuff Shoes " Cloth Boots, golos.lie<3 welts " Ditto patent ditto ditto " Ditto Cordevan ditto " Diito Lasting Pumps goloshed " Ditto circular fronts " Ditto Toe caps " Cashmere Boots, black soles Men's and Women's Carpet Slippers. The whole of the above articles are of su- peiior quality, and can be confidently recom- mended, and selling at low prices. John Hoop. Auckland, 2nd April, 1852.
EDUCATION. THE REV. T. HAMER desires to meet with an engagement as Private Tutor to some Family in Auckland, or its immediate vicinity. His aim would be to give a sound education in all the branches connected with a knowledge of the English Lavgvage, Natural Philosophy, Mathematics, and the Classics. The necessary arrangements and terms, by letter or personal interview.
WINTER EVENING CLASSES. The Rev. T. Hamer invites the attention of young men in Auckland to Classes he intends to form and conduct, during the months of winter, in his own house, Brkkfield Bay, in any or several of the following branches of learning •.—. — First — English Grammar, Composition, Logic, and Rhetoric. Second — Geography, Use of Globes, and History. Third — General Mathematics. Fourth — Latin and Greek Classics. Fifth — Reading of the Scriptures in Hebiew and Greek. Classes to meet (wo evenings in the week, and for the first time on Monday Evening, April 12th, at 7 o'clock. One Guinea per Quarter ; one half to be paid in advance.
fT^KNDERS will be received at the residence -L of the undersigned, where Plans and Specificatians can be seen, until Wednesday, the 14th instant, for the erection of a TWO- STORY HOUSK, in Queen Street. All materials provided by the proprietor, and answers given the day after that for receiving Tenders. Josi'PH England, Root Maker. Shorlland Crescent, April 7, 1852.