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New Zealand Colonist and Port Nicholson Advertiser, Rōrahi I, Putanga 51, 24 Kohitātea 1843, Page 1
TO COVER THIS SEASON. RIDDLESWORTH by Emilius, out of Bee-in-a- Bonnet by Blacklock^out pf Maniac, &c. &c. Ten guineas a mare, five shillings the groom. Riddlesworth is a dark brown, 16 hands high, with great power and beauty ; was bred by Mr. Thornhill in 1837. Emilius got Priam, Plenipo, Oxygen, and Mango. His sons and grandsons have, during the last four years, won £66,330. Riddlesworth is now on his way from England, being brought out by Mr. Pefre, and will arrive early in the season. The Netv Sporting Magazine, of February, 1842 will convince any one of the worth of Emilius' s stock. November 15, 1842.
TO BE LET SMALL plots of Ground for building on Wellington Terrace, within one minute's walk of the Beach/ for terms, apply to Mr. Brandon or Mr. Park. November 7, 1842.
TO LET, ON A LONG LEASE, On reasonable terms, PART of the pleasantly situated Town Acre, No. 810, on the Plan of the Town of Wellington, in one or two Lots. Apply to J. Watson, on the land, or at the Office of this Paper. December 2, 1842.
TEN GUINEAS REWARD. LOST at, or between Waikanai and Porirua, a small Mackintosh Bag containing Letters and Papers, the property of W. Searancke,^ Esq., also several cheques drawn on the Union Bank of Australia by J. T. Wicksteed. Any person finding the same and bringing it to the offices of the Colonist or Neio Zealaad Gazette will receive the above reward. January 10, 1842.
TOR SALE, BY |THE UNDERSIGNED, j Ex NELSON, I TEA, Black, in half and quarter Boxes, ! SUGAR, LEATHER, PEARL BARLEY, VELVETEENS, COTTON VELVETS, C. M. PENNY, Lambton Quay. November 11, 1842.
TO STAND TO COVER THIS SEASON, At Berhampore Farm, THE well known Thorough-bred Horse FIGARO, the Property of James Watt, Esq. Figaro was foaled in December 1837, got by Operator, dam Adelaide by Theorem. Operator was foaled in 1832, got by Emilius, dam Worthless by Walton, out of Altisidora by Dick An- drews. Every attention will be paid to Mares sent to him. Charges, with guarantee, Seven Guineas ; without guarantee, Five Guineas, Groomage included. Wellington, October 25, 1842.
J. H.OYD, BREAD AND FANCY BISCUIT BAKER, PASTRY COOK AND CONFECTIONER, : LAMBTON QUAY. J LLOYD begs to announce to the Inhabitants of # Wellington and its vicinity, that he has re-com- menced Business on the site of his former premises, which were so unfortunately burnt down. J. L. returns thanks to his Friends and the Public for former favors, and trusts that, by attention to busi- ness, he will merit a continuance of that support which he received prior to the late calamitous fire. $^° 2ft. LOAF 6*d, Families and Shipping supplied with Pastry on the shortest notice for cash. ; December 1, 1842.
NOTJQE. . PERSONS wishing to become subscribers to the Auckland Times oxe requested to send their names to thjis office, and any; communication for the i above journal will be attended to and forwarded to Auckland.
TO BE SOLD, THE Vatoabl.e Lease of aB/icli Store, and, D^eJ^ling House, situate in Willjs Street, well adapted forj any Business. Term: — 14 Years, held at a Ground Rent of £14. Apply to ' • H. WARING TAYLOJt, on the premises. November 11, 18,42.