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New Zealand Spectator and Cook's Strait Guardian, Volume IX, Issue 800, 2 April 1853, Page 2
Tuesday, the sth April.
MfiiSRS. HERVEY, JOHNSTON, & CO. . will sell by public auction, on Tuesday next, the sth instant, unreservedly, Ex Minerva, from London, 29 CHESTS FINEST CONGO TEA 5 qr.-casks Renault's and U. V. Co.'s Brandy
20 cases fine Sherry Er Robert Syers, from Sydney, 50 bags Bright East India Sugar 13 chests finest Hyson Skin Tea 56 bags Patna Rice 20 bags First Quality Flow Ex late arrival*, to close Accounts and Consignments, 25 cases of assorted London Pickles, Bottled Frnits and Oilmen's Stores 2 cases Castor Oil . • .1 case Cod Liver Oil 1 keg Snlphate Copper (Blaestone) 7 20 kegs Green Paint 4 „ Bine Paint •■ 4 „ Stone Colour Paint 4 „ Spruce Ochre 4 „ Stone Ochre 4 „ Red Paint. H> bundles (more or less) assorted sizes Sheet Iron A quantity of Bar and Rod Iron, assorted .•. • sizes, in bars and bundles 1 tierce Lead Piping* f inch, * »t »i * »> 1 ' „ „ 1§ 19 coils English Cordage, comprising 12 to 18 thread, and If, 2, 2}, 2f, 3, 3J in. j
AITBK WJBUCH, A variety of sundry Merchandise, to close accounts. The Sale wiU commence at One o'clock precisely.
Lombard-street, April 2, 1853*
» Maiden Ewes for Sale. 1100 MAIDEN EWES per Brig Margaret, expected to arrive from Sydney in a few days. .
Apply tp WILLIAM HICKSON & CO. Wellington, March 30, 1853.
Undersigned has received invoices •*■ per "Afttumi," daily expected, containing vfche following Merchandise :— Black, Sky Blue, Dark Blue, Ughf Drab, Violet, Grenat, Cuba, Ponceau, Emerald, .and Myrtle Greens, Chocolate, Dirk Drab, White, and other Fb«nch MwrtNos Black, White, Crimson, Bine, Sfcy, Rose, and Steel Sa»«n»ts *'4/* Black and White Satins -i^ Black Gros de Naples, Ro«i atidU Blue Gros d'Afrique, Glace MoujgS^Nr ■ Black, White, and FigufejFSUkß and French Plash - v ■ "One case of assorted Dolls Very superior Cloaking, Barboor and Louise Robes Superior Alpacas pieces Eraprime Orleans, Colonnade Dresses Vicuna Clothing, and Staff* fdf Cloaks Drab and. Black do., Woollen Shawls ..Black, White, Sky, and Pink Aerophane Crepes Narrow Fancy Ribbons, Bonnet and Sash do. j Wonted Lace, Fancy Velvet for throat and * wrists, Worsted Braids Crape Cord, all descriptions of Purses iSmelliag.Bottlei, White Purse and Sewing i Silk, China<do., Coloured Algenne Braid , Fancy do.,*Blaek and Coloured Mohair Black and White Silk Fringes fDrawing^Wmmings, Crochet Books and Gaees .Shawl Tins, Pearl Studs, Terry Velvets Ladies' Silk Gloves, &c. The above were assorted with care and judg- ment, and will be sold at -moderate prices. THOS. K. WARBURTON. Tebraary 16, 1853.
fFHE Undersigned having now formed -*- -a regular PRUITERY, similar to those in England, desires to inform the Public generally, that he will for the remainder of the season be enabled to supply his Customers with FRUIT of almost every description, and of the very best quality. He 'has now on hand a large quantity of Ribstone Pippins, Nonpareils, Pearmains, and other : choice varieties of Fruit, which he is pre- pared to sell at reduced prices. STEPHEN STOCKBRIDGI, Ohiro. "N.B. — Orders punctually attended to. Hotels and Families supplied on the shortest notice. Ohiro, April 2, 1853.
Fruit Trees for Sale.
"PRUIT BEARING APPLES; Pears, -*■ Plume, Cherries, Siberian Crabs, all Graf- ted, best Sorts, warranted free from American Blight, at Is. to 3s. per tree. " Pears grafted on Pear Stalks, the same as in England. Gar- •den Seeds. At the Nursery of S.Stockbkidgb, Ohiro. Orders left at Mk. John M'Bbth's, Willis-street, will be punctually attended to. Wellington, April 2, 1853.
A YOUNG LAD Yhavingafewleisure •*■*• hours each day, will be happy to give Lessons in Music. For particulars, apply at the Office of this Paper. January 19, 1853.
W" ANTE D, an Apprentice to the * * Saddlery Basinets. Ajjply to fi, ARMSTRONG, Lambton-quay. March 1, 1853.
HPHE House at Karori formerly in the - occupation of Mr. Justice Chapman, in a thorough state of repair. For terms and particulars apply at the Spec- tator Offi.ce. December 4, 1852.