New Advertisements. rjIHEATRE ROYAL. LeMeee Messrs. West and Darby. LAST NIGHT~~BUT ONE Of the celebrated PABLO FANQUE, MASTER J. PABLO, The infant wonder, aged seven years, MISS ANNIE PABLO. THIS EVENING (SATURDAY), August 4,
The performance will commence with the great eensation Drama, in four acts, entitled THE BLACK DOCTOR. p «riine ... Miss Shepparde. After which, Trapeze Performance ... Master J. Pablo, Dance • ... Miss Annie Pablo CORDE FANQUE, In which he stands unrivalled. 8-4
7* £mHE AT B E ROYAL, Besses Messrg West and Darby, GRAND SELECT - MID-DAY PERFORMANCE OE THB WO ELD-REN OWNED 5 PABLO FANQUE, 0 the greatest Tight-rope Dancer of the day ; MASTER J. PABLO, AND MISS ANNIE PABLO. THIS DAY (SATURDAY), AUGUST 4. £ Doors open at two p.m., performance to commence at half-past two precisely. j Carriages may be ordered for four p.m. 8-4
TUESDAY, AUGUST 7. TO FARMERS, DAIRYMEN, AND OTHEBS EXTENDING THEIB PEEMISES. MESSRS. BUST & ELWIN have been instructed to sell by auction, at the rear of the Rotherfield Wine Vaults, Cashel etreet, on the above date, A considerable quantify of Building Materials, comprising:— Windows and frames, doors and frames, scantling, flooring and weather-boards, roofing, chimney pieces, chimney pots, bricks, square flooring tiles, paints, hinges, nails, corrugated iron, and various other articles. Sale at 12 o'clock. Terms at sale. 8-4
Superintendent's Office, Napier, July 24, 1866. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Suburban Section in West Clive (formerly known as Hikutoto Block), Ahuriri Plains, Province of Hawke's Bay, will be offered for sale by auction on the 28th of August, 1866, at a price varying from £4 to £10 per acre. Joseph Rhodes, 8-4 Deputy Superintendent. E. REVEL, GENERAL AND COMMISSION AGENT, Chables Stbeet, Xaiapoi. Agent for Northern Assurance Company. 8-4 OPENING OF THE CITY HOTEL BILLIARD-ROOM. JG. RUDDENKLAU begs to notify to • billiard players that the above magnifioent room, provided with the well-known firstclass Burrows and Watt's table (lately in use by J. T. Peacock, Esq.), will be Open on Monday, August 6. 8-4
FRUIT AND FOREST TREES, EVERGREEN SHRUBS, HEDGE PLANTS, &c. A QUANTITY OF LARGE FRUITx\. BEARING TREES, consisting of— Apples, Pears, Cherries, Plums, and Filberts. Also, Lesser Trees, viz.— Peaches, Nectarines, Figs, and Almonds. Also, Forest Trees, such as— Ash, Oak, Elm, Limes, Laburnums, Pinuses, &c. Also, Evergreen Shrubs, consisting of— Extra large Laurels, Rhododendrons, Variegated Hollies, And Hedge Plants, viz.— Thorns, Privets, Sweet Briar, and Thorn Acacia. Many of the Evergreens are fine large specimen plants, which must be cleared off to make room for other nursery stock, and will be sold cheaply to effect a clearance. W. Wilsok, B*l Nursery and Seedsman. NOTICE. rMPOUNDED—JuIy 28, at six p.m., from J_ Shand Track, one white Cow, with red about head, and broad blaze down face, tip of neck branded, like G B on near rump; and one spotted Heifer, with red neck and head, star on forehead, slit in off ear, branded like a diamond on off shoulder; both very wild. If the same be not released within twentyone days from the above date, will be sold. Wilesxm Schmidt, 8-2 Poundkeeper, Christchurch
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