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New Zealand Gazette and Wellington Spectator, Rōrahi II, Putanga 123, 12 Poutūterangi 1842, Page 4
Country Sections for Sale on Liberal Terms. SEVERAL Sections of . Country Land, already chosen in the Porirua district, for , Sale, terms liberal. Apply to F. A. Molesworth, Murphy-street, or ' W. V. Brewer, Manners-street. Building Allotments to Let, m_HE ADVERTISER offers upon Building X" Leases, ajiumber of Town Allotments in the most desirable parts of this Settlement. The attention of the public is particularly .called to the advantage of Building Leases, which the undersigned is enabled to grant, viz.,' from seven to twenty-one years, according to the value of the buildings proposed to be • erected. Apply to * j J. T. Wicksteed, or W. V. , Brewer,, Manners-street. TOiBE LET, the town acre No. 210, on building lease, for fourteen years. To be let or sold, the town acre No. 642. ; J. T. Wicksteed, j Hawkstone-street, To Stand to Cover this Season, At Berhampore Farm, That well known horse Figaro, the property of* James Watt, Esq. FIGARO was foaled in December 1837, got by Operator, dam Adelaide, by Theorum, Operator was foaled in 1832, got by Emilius, dam Worthless by Walton, out of Altisidora by Dick Andrews. Every attention will be paid to mares sent to him. Charges for each mare, with a guarantee, seven guineas; without guarantee, £.vt guineas, Groomage included. Ex " Clifton." "~ TOWN made WELLINGTON BOOTS, „ „ cloth do., drab and black, „ Blucher and Oxonian ditto, and a variety of other boots and shoes. Salad oil, fine French olives, Chili vinegar, MUSHROOM AND WALNUT KETCHUP, Strong vine- gar for pickling, India soy, anchovy, lemon pickle, Cayenne pepper, soluble and common, and an assortment of fruits, pickles, sauces, &c. &c. .Raspberry jam in 71b. jars suited to families, „ in lib. and jib. jars, Currant jelly in lib. and §lb. jars, Orange marmalade in lib. jars, A quantity of comfits and lozenges of various descriptions, in large or small parcels, Essence lemon and oil peppermint, A small assortment of choice snuffs in jars, All kinds of men's ready made clothing, and a variety of other goods. Johnson and Moore. Just received, ex "Lady Leigh" and " Cheerful." BLACK and GREEN TEAS, COFFEE, - Sperm candles, Pine cheese, Dutch herrings, Rice, sugar, hams, sago, Blankets, rugs, counterpanes, 1 An assortment of men's strong boots with " hob nails, v Strong walking shoes, Fine ditto ditto, Flour in one hundred pound bags, Hand saws, iron pots, &c, Also, a large variety of prints, calicos, &c. Anderson and Row and. Ex " Clifton. TOHN HALES begs to intimate that he has f) had consigned to him, per Clifton, and are at his disposal, either wholesale or retail, at low prices, for cash, the following goods, viz : — Pickles, fish sauces, currie powder, paste and liquid blacking, English leather, boots, shoes, and shoemakers' tools, cloth and leather caps in .great variety, wearing apparel, cotton furniture for lining rooms, &c, cabinet ink, seed wheat, barley, oats, and blue and white peas, oatmeal, Scotch and pearl barley, superior patent breeched double and single-barrelled guns, flints, flasks and belts, sash tools, glue, horse hair, hair seating; ironmongery, &c. &c. Two, Town Acres to let in portions. •fcigestrie-street, Te Aro Flat. ON SALE, at the Stores of the undersigned, WHALING GEAR and STORES, recently arrived. Willis and Co. Wellington, March 1, 1842. Ex "Clifton" and "Birman." CORD, lace, quilting net, gimp, Figured lace, fancy and plain net, Wool shawls, &c. &c, Duck trowsers,, frocks, &c, Blankets, rugs, prints, &c, Shirts, jackets, trowsers, &c, Ploughs and agricultural implements, An extensive lot of nails, Ironmongery of all kinds. Wallace/ White, and Wallace.' JM. TAYLOR has on sale, ex late arrivals, • several cases of mousselaine de lame, white lead, paints, paint oils and turpentine, window glass all sizes, chairs, 20 cases fine cheese, cannister powder, slop clothing, boots and shoes, saddlery, &c. &c. " Te Aro. ON SALE, -Pine Apple Cheese, of the best quality. J. M. Tayloii, Te Aro. BARLEY, and barley and wheat straw for sale. _ ' James Watt. Berhampore Farm, Oct. 28, 1841. Bricks, FOR SALE, at 60s. per thousand. Apply - ■, mn 11^ at the Sydney-street Brick and Tile Works, at the rear of Colonel Wake- field's residence. ! Terms — cash on delivery at the kiln.