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New Zealand Gazette and Wellington Spectator, Volume II, Issue 90, 17 November 1841, Page 4
LAND AGENCIES.— TO LAND- HOLDERS.— The Undersigned beg to offer themselves to their friends and the public as Agents for the disposal of Town 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. advances will be made on lands placed in their hands for sale. They will also be nappy to assist proprietors in leasing their lands. John and Geo. Wade. EARLY READY FOR THE PRESS, arid speedily will be published, a concise English and Maori Grammar, BY EDMUND HALSWELL, ESQ., M.A. Also, by the same Author, A Maori and English Vocabulary, consisting of about 5000 words, alphabetically arranged. W. S. BUTLER, Surgeon, (Late of the Aralj TE ARO FLAT, Has a large quantity of drugs and medicine chests complete, for sale. /CHARLES HARVEY, Tailor & Breeches j Maker, near Messrs. Waters and Smith's Store, Wellington, begs to inform the gentry and inhabitants of Wellington and its vicinity, that he has commenced business as above, and trusts that twelve years' experience in London as a practical cutter, combined with good materials and workmanship, and moderate charges, will enable him to give satisfaction to all who may favour him with their patronage. Terms, cash only. J CANNING, Cabinet, Chair, and Sofa Manufacturer, Lambton-quay, adjoining Durie and Co.'s Stores. FURNITURE REPAIRED. Wellington Tavexn. EDWARD DAVIS begs to inform his friends and the public in general, that he has opened the Wellington Tavern, Lambton- quay, where they will find a choice selection of bottled ale and porter, spirits and wines of first rate quality. N.B.— Good Burton ale, &c. &c. A quantity of garden seeds, the produce of the Colony, for sale. Wanted, BY a young man who can be well recom- mended, a situation as storekeeper or as superintendant of a farm. Security can be given if required. Has no objection to proceed to any of the other setlements in New Zealand. Apply at the office this paper. Wellington, November 4, 1841. For Sale, THE Hotel and Public-house known as the Rob Roy,- at Wanganui, the present pro- prietor being about to relinquish business in favour of agricultural pursuits. For particulars apply to Mr. John M Gregor, Wanganui, or to Waters and Smith, Wellington. £20 Reward. rpHE undersigned will give the above reward _L to any person or persons who will give such information as will lead to the conviction of any person or persons feloniously taking and killing any pig or pigs branded G D. George Duppa. New Zealand Company. HPHE COURT OF DIRECTORS OF THE J_ NEW ZEALAND COMPANY hereby give notice, that they have reserved for sale to persons resident in New Zealand or the Aus- tralasian Colonies, two hundred of the thousand allotments mentioned in the printed "Terms for Purchase of Lands" in the Company's second settlement, bearing date New Zealand House, 15th February 1841, copies of which may be obtained at the Surveyor-General's office, Wellington. These 200 allottments have been entered in the registry of applications under the numbers 401 to 600 both inclusive, and the rights of choice in respect of the said numbers will be determined by lot in England as in the case of all the other allotments. Intending purchasers of these allotments must deposit the whole purchase-money (£3OO for each) into any of the local branches of the Union Bank of Australia and on presenting or transmitting to the Company's acting prin- cipaPagent in New Zealand, at Port Nicholson, an acknowlegment of the receipt of such deposit by the Bank, the depositor, or his agent, will receive from the Company's said principal agent a written declaration of the number in the registry of applications awarded to such depo- sitor, with an undertaking to deliver the sections which such depositor or his agent may select in respect of the right of choice falling by lot to such number in the registry. The numbers in the registry will be awarded strictly in the order of the presentation of such deposit receipts to the Company's said principal agent. In case deposits should be made for a greater number of allotments than the 200 placed at the disposal of the Company's agent in New Zealand, the deposit receipts in respect of any such extra allotments will not be accepted, and the whole amount of the deposit will be return- ed to the depositor, with interest at the current rate of interest on deposits allowed by the Union Bank of Australia. No deposit receipts will be accepted after the Company's principal agent in New Zealand shall have learned that the drawing of lots for priority of choice, has taken place in England. It is expressly stipulated, that all deposits and applications shall be made subject to such regulations as have been, or may hereafter be, made by the Company, for the disposal and 1 final delivery of preliminary lands in the second settlement. By order of the Court, F. Dillon Bell, Secretary pro tern. New Zealand House, London, 22nd April, IS4I.