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TO BAKERS. CONNELL & RIDINGS Will sell by Auction, TO-MORROW, (Saturday,) the Ist May, A BISCUIT MACHINE Looking Glasses, Pictures, &c, EX 'ISABELLA HAMILTON.' CONNELL & RIDINGS Will sell by aaction, on Wednesday, sth May, at their Mart, Queen-street, A CONSIGNMENT OF LOOKING GLASSES Large Cheval Glasses Gilt and Rosewood Chimney ditto Toilet Glasses Engravings and Oil Paintings Musical Boxes Telescopes Metal Tea and Coffee Pots &c., #c, #c.
SHEEP. HARDINGTON & WOOD Will -tell in their Yards, TOMORROW, the Ist May, after the Horse Sale, Pi(\ WETHERS, just arrived from Aburiri by vvr the 'Salopian'
HORSE BAZAAR. HARDINGTON & WOOD "Will sell at the Bazaar, TO-MORROW, Saturday, the Ist May, A BROWN MARE, thorough bred, rising 6 -^*- years, at the late Shew she took the 2nd priie, as 2nd best thorough bred Mare in the Province A well bred Mare, ri&ing 4 years, good action A fine active Galloway Several other Horses, for Saddle or Harness A Good Dog Cart A useful Spring Cart &c, &c, &c
In the Resident Magistrate's Court. Brown v. Meilotz. HARDINGTON& WOOD Will sell by auction, at their Rooms, TO-MOR-ROW, the Ist May, immediately after the Horse Sale,nnless the case be previously settled, XHVB SILVER WATCHES.
District of Upper Waitemata, South. HARDINGTON & WOOD Have the pleasure to announce that at the solicitation of many influential Settlers of this fast rising district, they have determined to hold PERIODICAL AUCTION SALES at the -*- Mill of Messrs. Henderson & Macfarlane, and their first Sale will take place on MONDAY next, the 3rd May, at mid-day, when they will offer Several Plough, Draught, and Saddle Horses Some Milk Cows nnd Heifers, and A lot of Fat Store Stock A team of Working Bullocks, with Yokes, Bows, and Chains 150,000 feet Sawn Timber, Ist & 2nd quality 70 to 80,000 well burnt Bricks And other Merchandize 1 Weather Boarded House 18 feet by 12 1 « " 20 « 14 1 " Shed 120 " 16 1 « " 140 " 16 1 " « ISO " 16 6 off-bearing Barrows 2 Crowding " 3 Navie " Spades, Shovels, Hoes, Rakes, &a Stables, Stockyards, and Paddocks, at the service of visitors, without Charge. A Luncheon will be provided. A large Boat will be alongside the Queenstreet Wharf at 8 o'clock, on Monday Morning, in order to carry up intending purchasers.
Bouse and Allotments. "HARDINGTON & WOOD A RE instructed by Captain Jones to effect •^* private sale of his delightful RESIDENCE in Cook-street, it comprises Dining Room, Drawing Room, 3 Bed Rooms, Kitchen, Pantry, Servants Room, with Offices, &c, and is on Lot 1, 118 ft. frontage to Coot-street, by 132 & 170 ft. Lot 2. 134 ft. frontage to Cook-street, by 93 and 132 feet. Lot 3. 29ft. ditto ditto by 174 feet. 3 Allotments of 27ft. frontage, each by 132 ft. The situation is without doubt, one of the most -salubrious in town, and enjoys varied and interesting view, and is of easy access by a good road .and pathway. Terms Liberal.
Just Opened and on Sale by E. WAYTE, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, Ac. £t CASES WELL ASSORTED TOYS. RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY DEPOT.
Queen-street, April 29, 1858, Auckland Savings' Bank, Princes-street, April 29, 1858. A GENERAL MEETING of the Trustees of -**■ the Auckland Savings' Bank will be held at this office on Wednesday, the sth May, at 12 o'clock p.m. A., Shepherd, Vice-President.
WANTED, A MAN that Understands Thrashing Wheat. : Apply to Combes & Daldy. April 29, 1858,
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