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New Zealand Gazette and Wellington Spectator, Volume III, Issue 134, 20 April 1842, Page 1
■^jeS*. /CAPTAIN WEBB will not he Jm j answerable for any debts con- frTTTrji tracted by the crew of the Martha Ridgway. Wellington, April 16, 1842. Schooner "Look-in." "^^a. ALL PERSONS having claims ■^gOra -*-^- against the schooner Look-in yjjffipra, f are requested to present the same on or before the last day of, the present month (otherwise they cannot be' re- ceived) for consideration' to the undersigned. John Wade, Agent to the Owners of the said Schooner. Te Aro/AprilJß, 1842. .Working Bullocks, fat Bullocks, milch Cows, and Heifers in Calf. MR. JOHN WADE has the honour to announce that he will sell by public auction, on Monday next, the 25th April, at 1 o'clock precisely, (by kind permission of George Hunter,' Esq.,) at the yards of Messrs. Willis and Co., the entire cargo of the schooner Cathe- rine, .from Port Phillip, consisting of THIRTEEN SUPERIOR WELL-TRAINED WORKING BULLOCKS, among which will be found the premium team at the last Melbourne Agricultural Exhibition ; FOUR FINE HEAVY- FAT BULLOCKS; 26- VERY SUPERIOR COWS, .some in full milk, having calved in Harbour, and others on the point of calving;- THIRTEEN SPLENDID TWO YEAR OLD HEIFERS, about six months' advanced in calf, of very superior breed, and in fine condition. The above cattle were selected from the herd of Thomas Iceley, Esq., of Bathurst; the repu- tation of whose, stock stands as high as in any the vast territory of New South Wales, and they have arrived in as good if not better condition than any cargo that has yet arrived in our Port. The Auctioneer can confidently recommend persons, -who may be desirous of providing themselves with either dairy or breeding-stock, to avail themselves of the present opportunity, and trusts the, public will inspect them, feeling confident of their superiority over any that have yet been offered in this market both for breed and docility. The cows and heifers are all in calf to the famous Bathurst Bull Wellington, who has gained several prizes at various shows, and is admitted to be the best bull in New South Wales ; the cows are all on the point of calving, and two have calved in this Port. Terms— Under £20. cash ; from £20 to £40, 1 month; £40 to &60, 1 and 2 months; and above £60, 1, 2, and 3 months' credit, on ap- proved endorsed acceptances. ESSRS. HORT, MOCATTA, ANJD CO. beg to call the attention of the inhabi- tants of Port Nicholson and intending settlers to an advertisement that will appear in the Gazette of next Saturday, of 280 allotments in the township of L"c Make, on the Manewatu. The sections were chosen for the purpose of establishing a township by competent judges, - who examined the whole district, and were for- tunate enough to obtain the most advantageous in that fertile district. There is deep water close .to the bank of the river, and .ample re- serves are left for wharfs, quays, church, -&c. The proprietors reserve one half of the town- ship in their own hands, and they pledge them- selves that the whole proceeds of the allotments sold will be expended on the improvement of the town and public works. Full particulars will be given on Saturday. For the benefit of the Underwriters, or those whom it may concern. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, EARLY IN APRIL, THE HULL OF THE NEW " FIFESHIRE," As she now lies on the rocks at the entrance of Nelson Haven. 'At the same time will^be also sold sundry stores belonging to the said vessel. For particulars apply to Mr. Poynter, solicitor, Nelson Haven, or to Messrs. Willis and Co., Port Nicholson. Beef. IN ADDITION to his usual stock, the under- signed can offer a few tierces and barrels .prime salt beef. John Wade. Te Aro, April 19, 1842. On Sale, ex " Martha Ridgway." BRICKS (fire and common,) Bar and bolt iron, lady slates,, chains and anchors, ash oars, blocks, window glass (all sizes,) boots and shoes, gin in large and small cases, cordage, paints, paint oil, brushes, glue, forged nails, a great, variety of glass-ware, merinos, damask lashings, flannels, carpets, cotton hose, soap, port and sherry wine, bottled ale, hams, deals, coals," &c. &c. Ridoways, Guyton, and'E'AßP 1 . Ex " The Rory O'More," •<> From Massacre Bay, ABOUT 10 tons of LIMESTONE, for sale by the undersigned ; early application to be made to " ~ > . ;. Wallace, White, and Wallace. Wellington, April 19, 1842.