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ME. CHAELES DAVIS Will Sell by Auction, at his Stores, on Tuesday next, the 7fch inst., at 11 o'clock — JL, GENERAL ASSORTMENT of MERCHANDIZE, consisting of—

Jewellery. . Silver, Enamelled, and Cameo Brooches, Paste Pins, Gipsy Shawl Pins,

Bracelets, Earrings, Albert Chains, Shirt Studs, Signet Rings, Silver Pencil Cases, Watch Materials, &c, ka.,

Hardware. Clothes, Tooth, Nail, & Hair Brushes, Combs, Pen and Pocket Knives, Bottle Jacks, Cork Screws, French Pipes and Cases, &c, &c.

Drapery. Cashmere, Zephyr, and Barege Shawls, Muslims, Contille Stays, Ribbons; Gloves, &c, Gents\ J Silk and Merino Singlets, Children's Shoes, Handkerchiefs, Neck Ties, Gambroons, French Doeskins, Twist, &c.

Clothing. Alpaca, Cashmerette, and Tweed Coats and Waistcoats, Moleskin Trowsers, Cloth Caps, &c,

Groceries. 200 Boxes Congou Tea, 100 Bags" Manilla Coffee.

Terms at Sale. *

ME. CHAELES DAVIS

Will Sell by Auction, at his Rooms, on Tuesday next, the 7th inst., immediately after the Jewellery —

A MAGNIFICENT GOLD RING, set with a MATCHLESS SAPPHIRE and THIRTEEN BRILLIANTS, formerly the property of the Marchioness of Chandos. On view the day previous to the Sale.

Horses just landed from the Bay.

ME. J. NEWMAN

Will hold his Monthly Market, at the Exchange Hotel yard, on Saturday, (To-Morrow,) the 4th Feb., at 12 o'clock, when he will Sell by Auction — A POWERFUL HORSES, fit for the Plough, 1 Good Hack, and a number of other Horses.

SALE OF CATTLE.

ME. J. N E WMAN

Will sell by Auction, at Newmarket, on Tuesday, the 14th February, "I 6 HEIFERS, from one to two years old, some in Calf

3 STEERS 1 Two yoars old well bred short horned BULL.

Also, 6 Superior two years old Heifers 1 Ditto one do. do., out of some of the best cows in the province. Also, From St. John's College, a well bred BULL,

FOR PRIVATE SALE.

Cart Horses.

npWO Very Superior CART and PLOUGH -*- HORSES, young and in fine condition — fit for immediate use — with Dray Harness complete. For sight and particulars apply to the Undersigned after Monday next. J. Newman.

To Carpenters, Builders, and others.

Survey Office, Auckland, February 2nd, 1854. rpENDSRS will be received at the Colonial J- Secretary's Office, Auckland, until noon on Friday, the 18 th inst., for the 'erection of a

Council Chamber for the General Assembly. Plans and Specifications can be seen, and other information obtained, by applying to the Deputy Surveyor General, after the sth instant. . Reaper Wood, Deputy Surveyor General.

Boat Bac

THE Undersigned is ready to take part .in a match with the three Watermen's Boats that competed on Monday last. The boats to be pulled by the owners with a pair of sculls, aad for a Sweepstakes of from £2 to £5 each. The matck to come off any time within a week. Henry Hawkes. Owner of the " Margaret."

Well-sinking and Fencing.

THE Undersigned is now prepared to undertake Work in the Sinking of Wells, Fencing of Land, &c. Terms and other conditions-according to the present rates of labour. He feels confident in giving the highest satisfaction to such persons as may employ him. Enquire at the rear of the old Blue Bell Inn, Queen-street. John Killey.

Caution.

AL L Persons are hereby cautioned from purchasing the FARM, adjoining Mr. Nicholsons and Captain W. Young's farms, on the North Shore, or from taking timber from .the said farm } now the property of Thomas Hunt, a minor. Thomas Poynton, Executor to the late Thomas Stiles, Esq., Hokianga. February 1, 1854.

£5 Reward.

IT having been reported to the undersigned that certain parties have appropriated to their own use a number of Goats and Pigs, during the time of the breaking up of the Wreck of. the Lalla EooJch } a.t Coromandel Harbour, I hereby ofer the above Reward to any person who will prosecute to conviction eitfifer one" cr more of those implicated. G. Gillies. •

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Daily Southern Cross, Volume XI, Issue 689, 3 February 1854

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