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New Zealand Gazette and Wellington Spectator , Issue 35, 12 December 1840, Page 1
TO LET, rp OWN ACRES, 304 and 395. For further X particulars, enquire of T. M. PARTfttDGE and CO. TO LET, /T1 OWN ACRES, 245 and 392. For further _t particulars, enquire at the Gazette Office.- THE Undersigned have Town Acres and portions of acres to let in all parts of Wellington. The terms will be given upon appli- cation. if HANSON and ALZDORF. Petoni, Sept. 29, 1840. rHE UNDERSIGNED offers for sale, or lease, land in the most desirable parts of tjie Town, either in building lots or acres, also two Country Sections of early choice further particulars of A. HORT, Auctioneer and Commission Merchant. Britannia, Nov. 28, 1810. LAND TO BE LET OR SOLD —The Undersigned have on hand several Town Acres and Country Sections, to let or sell either in whole Acres and Sections, or divided. John and Geo. Wade, Land and Commission Agents. November 20, 1840. LAND AGENCIES.— TO LAND- HOLDERS.— The Undersigned beg to offer themselves to their friends and the public as Agents for the disposal of/l'own and Country Lands, and trust their colonial experience may entitle them to a share of the public patronage. They will be happy to arrange for and super- intend the surveys and sub-divisions of the land. Liberal advances will be made on lands placed imtheir hands for sale. They will also be happy to assist proprietors in leasing their lands. JOHN and GEO. WADE. Wellington, Oct. 7, 184!). WASGANUI and TARANAKI. LAND AGENCIE S.— The Undersigned having been solicited by several of hjs friends to explore the country, and' select"'" their Country Lands, begs to inform his friends and the public, that should a sufficient number offer, he will accept the agency of selection and in order to do every justice to his constituents, will set out immediately on an exploring ex- pedition through the whole of the country now about to be opened fur selection. Early appli- cation is requested. John Wade. December 3rd, 1 840. FLOUR! FLOUR! FIFTY TONS BEST FIRST FLOUR, ex Morley," at XJ2OX J 2O per ton, at the Stores of John and Geo. Wade. ON SALE, EX "MORLEY," FLOUR (first quality,) Preserved fruits, Walnuts, Straw hats, Liqueur cases furnished, Best French brandy in dozen case 3, At the Stores of John and Geo. Wade. December 3rd, 1840. ON SALE, ex Emigrant," 15 tons excellent Colonial flour, the best and cheapest in the Colony. 10 tons American ditto, in excellent condi- tion, cheaper than ever offered before in New Zealand. 50 casks tobacco, warranted the best, in small handy packages. 10 bags rice. Gunpowder in quarter barrels. Biscuit, Ist quality. Molasses. 3 bales calico, very cheap. Blankets, from 9-4 to 12-4. Excellent Sydney beef, in tierces. Ditto American, in ditto. Sherry, from 245. to 355. per dozen. Por,t, in bottle. Porter, in wood and bottle. Ale, in ditto ditto. Brandy, rum, giu, &c. &c. Apply to John and Geo. Wade FOR SALE, A THOROUGH-BRED MAREandFOAL jGL The mare got by that famous importec horse Peter Fin," out of a mare by Buffalo. 1 The foal by an imported Arab horse Bagdat.' Two Milch Cows, one with a young calf a her foot, the other forward in calf. Apply to John and Geo. Wade MR. D. MUNN begs to inform his friend: and the public that he has opened, it the house next to Barrett's Hotel, a genera Grocery Store, where they can be supplied witl articles of the best description at moderate prices. D. Munn will also have always on hand i large supply of Scantling and Timber of the best quality. i December 3rd, 1840.