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New Zealand Gazette and Wellington Spectator, Volume III, Issue 232, 29 March 1843, Page 1
Land in Wade's Town, MR. JOHN WADE will sell by Auction, on Wednesday, the 29th March, 1843, at 1 o'clock precisely, at Barrett's Hotel, LOT, .1 A NEAT WOODEN HOUSE, with a QUARTER of an ACRE of LAND attached to it, now in the occupation of Adam R«a?l, Esq. The cottage h fitted up with every at sntioh' to comfort and convenience well situated either for business (being at the corner •where the main road to Wade's Town and the liack district and Park Street intersect,) or a private residence. The land is substantially fenced, and in a high state of cultivatidn. Lots 2, 3, and 4 consists of about TWO ACRES OF LAND, substantially fenced and thoroughly cleared, every^ stump having been taken up. This land is of excellent quality, and well situated, being within ten minutes .walk of Barrett's Hotel, and on the new made road to Wade's Town. It adjoins Lot 1, and will be s6ld either in one lot or three, or more, as may be desired at the Sale. March 17, 1843. MR. JOHN WADE is instructed by the Mortgagee, to sell by Auction, positively without reserve, on Wednesday, the 29th March, 1843, at 1 o'clock precisely, at Barrett's Hotel, PROSPECT HOUSE, situate in Guilford Terrace, near the back of Dr. Evans' residence, together with the land attached to the same, with a frontage to the Terrace of 41 feet 3 inches, and a depth of 122 feet. The house contains seven' spacious well finished apartments, with passages and closets also out-buildings complete, consisting of fowl-house, poultry-yard, pig-yard, and one room nearly finished, 18 feet by 7 feetj and easily convertible into bed rooms and other convenience there is a well on the premises, (&feet deep, and the garden in a high state of cultivation. The premises are at present occupied as a boarding house, for which they are in every respect admirably adapted, and can be viewed by application to Mr. Spiers, on the premises. TERMS AT SALE. After which, TWO LOTS OF Tj AND, one situated in Hill Street, having a frontage to the street of 30 feet 6 inches, with a depth of 80 feet. The other is situated in Hopper Street, and has a frontage of 31 feet, with a depth of 85 feet. ALSO, Land in Xarori. FOURTEEN AND A HALF ACRES OF LAND in this highly favoured district, beinga portion of the most chosen part of Dr. Butler's section, having a frontage of 16 chains to the main road. This will be sold either in one lot, or in lots of TWO ACRES each, as may be desired, with a proportionate frontage to each lot on the main road. The timber on this land is of first- rate quality, with little or no underwood; the soil second to none in the district, and well watered. Nearly the whole of this Section (with the exception of that now offered for sale) is located by respectable people, and an oppor- tunity is now presented to intending purchasers ot buying in the most healthy part of Port Nicholson. The purchase of this land is not disputed by the Natives, so that immediate and quiet pos- session can be given. THUMB (LIBERAL) AT SALE. _March 21, 1843. House to Let. A GOOD substantial house, with kitchen and out-houses, to let in Manners-street. For particulars, apply to Mr. Brewer's Office. Sale of Land in the Nelson Settlement of New Zealand. TOWN, ACCOMMODATION, & RURAL Sections of Land for Sale by Auction, at Nelson, being the remainder of the 200 Allotments originally reserved for Colonial purchasers. The above Allotments consist of three Sec- tions, viz. One Acre of Town Land, 50 Acres of Suburban Land, and 150 Acres of Rural Land.- The Sections to be put up separately, after due notice, to suit purchasers, at an upset price, according to their estimated value, to be decided upon by the Company's Agent previous to the Sale. Many of these Sections have been chosen early, and are amongst the best in the settle- ment. The Accommodation land is generally within 26 miles of^ the Town, and most of the Sections are accessible to a dray, or have water eomnrariib'ation to within a short distance. Arthur Wakefield, New Zealand Company's Resident Agent, Nelson. March 14, 1843. a Just received. PLANS, of.ihe'TowN of- Wellington. Plan of the Harbour of Port Nicholson.