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FOR SALE, Ex "Ennerdale," " Berhampore," and " Jane Catherine ;" By the Undersigned, at the Stores above Messrs. Connell fy Ridings' — ■jTTOYLE'S CAMBRIC PLATES, •*--"- Bleached India Ldng Cloths, Towelling, fine & common, — Huckaback, Russia Crash, — Damask Table Cloths, Fringe Toilets, — Turkey Red Handkfs, Counterpanes, — Woollen Cloths, Blankets, best Witney, 10, 11, 12-4, Long Cloth and Regatta Shirts, Moleskin and Moleskin Trousers, Ladies' Bonnets, — Blonde Lace Falls, Children's Pinafores, — German Caps, Lace Sleeves, — Infants' Morning Gowns, Caps, Robes and Frock-bodies. Spades, (rivetted handles) Flour Sieves — Riddles — Corn Sacks, PadlocUs, Chest, Cupboard, Till and Plate Locks, Brass Candlesticks — Imperial Metal do., Tea Kettles — Frying Pans — Gridirons, Curry and Bullock Combs, PrT& Cross-cut Saws, — Taper * c aw Files, Table Cutlery — Table and Tea Spoons, Pen and Wharncliff Knives, Rodger's Razors and Razor Strops, Steel Pens, Cast-steel American Axes and Hickory handles — Camp Ovens, Steel Knitting Pins — Copper Tacks, Rack-pullies — Farrier's Pincers, Carpenter's Rules — Tower Bolts, Box, Italian, and Flat Irons, Cow Bells — Counter Machines & Weights, Steelyards — Rat Traps — Corkscrews, Cast-steel Kirby Hooks, in great variety, Packing, sail, yarn, and Whitechapel Needles, all kinds, Wheat Mills — Dressing and Side Combs, Tooth, Comb, Nail, Shaving, Hair, Shoe, Scrubbing, Horse &> Harness Brushes, Japanned Waiters and Trays — Fire Irons, Britaunia Metal Tea and Coffee Pots, Soup & Toddy Ladles. Canvas — Carpets — Floor Cloth — Bed-side Rugs, and Paper Hangings. Paints — Turpentine — Spirits of Tar, and Pipe Leaa. Barclay's Ale and Porter, Port and Sherry, in wood and bottle, Pale Brandy — Champagne, in 1 doz. cases, &c, &c, &c. J. A. GILFILLAN & Co. Queen-street, July 2, 1849. A MEETING of the Laud Claimants will be held at the " Exchange Hotel" on Monday next, at one o'clock, for the purpose of taking into consideration the propriety of preparing a Memorial to the Legislative Council upon the subject of these claims, and it is requested that all who feel an interest in the matter will attend. W. Hart. The Pah, Onehunga, July 26th, 1849. j

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Daily Southern Cross, Volume V, Issue 217, 27 July 1849

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