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By order of the Trustees in the Estate of Mr. George Duke.

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, SCHOONER GKM, HOUSE EMILY PLACE, FARM NORTH SHORE.

THOS. WESTON & CO.

Will sell by Auction, at their Stores, Shortlandstreefc, THIS DAY, 23rd instant, at 11 o'clock, rp HE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, consis- ■*- ting of— 1 MAHOGANY COUCH, spring Morocco Seat 1 Mahogany Loo Table 6 ' Hair Seat Remo Chairs 1 Cane Seat Arm " Engravings, Oil Paintings Velvet Pile Carpet Iron Bedstead and Palliapse Hair Mattrass 6 Cane Seat Chairs Toilet Table, Wash Stand Books Kitchen Furniture, Utensils, &o. at 12 o'clooK,

The SCHOONER "GEM," 23* tons register, but carries 40 tons, Copper-fastened, built at Mahurangi in February 1857, with her Stores as per Inventory to be seen at the office of the Auctioneers. HOUSE & PREMISES in Emily Place, at present occupied by Mr. Duke, and adjoining the residence of Mr. David Burn, containing six Rooms, scullery and out buildings, a good well with Pump fixed, Kitchen and Flower Garden. A FARM on the North Shore, fronting the Lake, adjoining the properties of Messrs. Carruth and Ireland, being No. 74, Parish of Takapuna, containing 19a, 2r, 35p, all fenced. About 6 acres laid down in grass 11 acres uncer Cultivation the remainder Bush Land. Terms — Cash.

By order of the Trustees in the Estate of Mr. George Duke.

THOS. WESTON & CO. Will sell by Auction, at the Stores of Mr. George Duke, Queen-street Wharf, on Thursday next, 22nd instant, at 11 o'clock, T<HE STOCK IN TRADE, consisting of— -*• Canvas, Europe Rope White Lead, Black Paint Sydney and Liverpool Soap Pipes, Flour Chests and qr .-chests Congou Blocks, Slops 1 House Framed 24x16 1 Winnowing Machine And a variety of Merchandize Terms — Cash. JONES % ALLIES Will Sell by Auction, at their Mart, TO-MOR-ROW, (Saturday,) at 10 o'clock, "pOUR CASES AMERICAN CHAIRS -*- 4 cases Stools 20 " Brandy, pale 10 " T. D. and Native Pipes 20 boxes Sperm Candles 10 tins Lollies 40 pairs Pilot Trowsers 5 pieces Welsh Flannel 10 boxes White Shirts 1 crate Earthenware Furniture, Watches &c, &c, &c. 1 Superior Double Barrel Gun

NEWMARKET CATTLE SALE.

MR. ALFRED BUCKLAND Will Sell at his Yards, Newmarket, on Tuesday next, April 27th, at 11 o'clock, FAT AND STORE CATTLE Fat Sheep 250 Wether Lambs 4 Breeding Sows 50 bushels Cocksfoot Seed

NEWMARKET CATTLE SALE. MR. ALFRED~BUCKLAND Will Sell at his Yards, Newmarket, on Tuesday next, April 27th, _._--•* 9^A SOUTHDOWN WETHER Ur A ** v LAMBS, in Lots to suit ZJCSjL. Purchasers.

To the Electors of the Southern Division.

rj_ENTLEMEN ,— I cannot hesitate in respond- " ing to the call made by so numerous and influential a portion of the Electors of this District, and at once comply with your request that I should become a Candidate for its Representation in the House of Assembly. Should Ibe elected I shall endeavour to merit a continuance of your confidence by pursuing a straight forward course, unbiassed by party or private feeling. I remain, Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, Ascot, T. M. Haultain. 20th April, 1858.

WAITEMATA LODGE, OF FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS.

TUlE^lnstallation of Brother F. E. Campbell, ■*• as W. M. of the above Lodge, will take place at the Lodge Room, "William Denny" Hotel, on MONDAY Evening next, at half-past seven o'clock precisely. All Brethren of the Lodge, and all visiting Brethren, are requested to attend. By command of the W. M., James John Piercy, . Secretary.

FOR WAIHEKI & COROMANDEL. jX , TO- sail on MONDAY, the 3rd May, »|^ -"- from alongside Queen-street Wharf, SIS the Clipper Cutter "TAY," Captain Austin, being engaged to convey the Returning Officers to Waiheki and Corromandel for the coming Election, offers a desirable opportunity to passengers desirous of viewing the Gold Fields, and Land lately sold for Township in that district.

TO DAIRYMEN.

POR SALE, about an Acre of Bed and White ■*• Turnips, Apply to " \ ' ' CONNELL A' BIDINGSj Queen-street.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Daily Southern Cross, Volume XV, Issue 1129, 23 April 1858

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