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For Sale by the Undersigned, ON E Hydraulic Hay Pressing Machine, Mounted complete, with extra box One 3 ton Revolving Wharf Crane for Wooden Wharf, mounted complete One 3 ton Double power Crab Wynch. Hrown & Campbell. July 29, 1856.

FOR SALE, A FARM of 500 acres, at WNPg^pa, Weeb j Coast, partly fenced in, and in grass, with ■ house, stockyard, &c. Any portion of tbe above will be sold in lots to suit purchasers. Apply to GIIiFILLAS & Co. Auckland, 24*h July, 1856. ■ v" •

Church of England Grammar School. Head Master — REV. J. KINDER, M.A. THE School will be re-opened at the new School-house, near the Cathedral site, on MONDAY next, the 28th instant. Terms for Tuition, to be paid in advance — £ s. d. To Subscribers, per quater 2 10 0 Non-Subscribers ditto 3 0, 0 Stationery ditto ..0 2 6 Fred. Thatcher, Hon. Secretary. July 22, 1856.

The Auckland Missionary Society, For Propagating the Gospel among the Heathen. A PUBLIC MEETING for the formation of the above Society will be held in the Odd Fellows' Hall, on Tuesday evening, the sth of August next. ' The Chair will be taken at 7 o'clock. N. B. — Persons who approve the object, and are willing to act in Committee, are hereby respectfully invited to signify the same to Mr. George Vaile, at bis residence in Wel-lesley-street, any evening between the hours of 6 and 9 o'clock

A. MTHERSON, FLUMBER and COPPERSMITH, Shortland-stree t, "OETURNS his sincere thanks to the Public "^^ for the extensive Patronage he has enjoyed during the last 13 years, and begs to inform them that he has received by late arrivals a quantity of Ornamental Galvanized Spouting, the first of the kind in this Colony, and which can be fitted up at a triffling advance on common Spouting. Shipping and Country orders executed as usual with punctuality.

TO BE LET, A FARM on the east Bank of the Tamaki of about 79 acres of very rich soil opposite Panmure, and on the Howick road, with a new weather board house 30 x 25, with verandah in front, and detached kitchen, 16 x 12, the house is divided into 4 apartments, with 2 fireplaces, and passage 4 feet wide, the two front rooms, 13 x 15, are lined and celled, the 2 back rooms, 13 x 10. There are 30 acres laid down to grass, 38 acres can be cropped with wheat or potatoes or laid down to grass, the remainder will be laid down to grass and oats, in August; 10 or 12 tons good seed potatoes can be had on the farm. Also a pair of plough horses with cart, plough, harrows, &c. The terms will be liberal, ap the owner is going to remove to another farm. For particulars, apply to Merriman & Jackson, or George Kells, on the Farm. •21st July, 1856.

For Sale, A N IRON FIELD ROLLER, of superior con- ■"- struction , by Messrs Ransome and Sim's, weighs about 9 cwt. Apply to Newman & Buckland, Queen-street.

To Butchers TO LET, the Shop in West Queen-street, at present occupied by tbe undersigned. Possession on Ist August. For particulars, apply to the owner, James Grimley.

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. AUCKLAND ACADEMY. MR. J. GORRIR has much pleasure in announcing that he has removed to his new and cotninod'ous brick building, conveniently situated in Coburgh-street, opposite the Court House ; where he will endeavour, as heretofore, to impart a thoroughly sound education to the youths entrusted to his care. N. B. Latin, Greek, and Mathematics taught, as well as the usual branches of a commercial education., July 10th, 1856.

AUCK LAND SEMINARY, Near Upper Queen-Street, fFHIS Establishment is unsectarian and is in- ■*■ tended to meet the special wants of young people preparatory to business . In connexion with the ordinary elements of Tuition are taught Grammar and Composition, Bookkeeping, Geometry, Algebra, &c. Rewards are given twice a year. The School Room is lofty, light and capacious with separate accommodation for pupils of botjh sexes. A covered and an open play ground are provided to suit the changes of the leather. N. B. Terms to be had on application. J. Robinson. Auckland, June 11, 185.6,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Daily Southern Cross, Volume XIII, Issue 948, 29 July 1856

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