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CLEARING-OUT SALE. THIS MORNING AT TEN O'OLOOK. MR. S. JONES Will continue the Sale at Mr. Elias' Store, Queenstreet, WITHOUT RESERVE, CHINA SERVICES Electro-plated Ware Toilet Glass - Earthenware Stoneware Handsome Engravings and Prints &c, Sc , &c.

22,000 Shingles. l,6ooPalings, 6 feet. MR. S. JONES Will Sell THIS MORNING, opposite his Mnrr, nt 10 o'clock, previous to his selling at Mr. Elias', 99 000 SHINGLES «*) vvv 1,600 6-feet Palings WITHOUT RESERVE, Now lying on the Wharf.

CLEARING-OUT SALE. To Painters, Carpenters, and Others. ______ ! MR. S. JONES Has leceived instructions from Mr. T. Scott, to Sell, on his Piemises, Queen street, on MONDAY next, 7th Mny, .it H o'clock, milE WHOLE OF HIS STOCK-IN-TRADE, 1 consisting of — Paper Hangings in grent vnriety Boiled nnd Rnw Oils White Lead and Paints Glass, Window Sashes Steps, Ladders &c, &c, ftc.

By Order of the Mortgagee. MR. S. JONES Will Sell by Auction, THIS DAY, Ist May, at 11 o'clock, IAX ACRES OF LAND at Kumera Creek, XV(t * County of Eden. Also — Parts of Lots of 4 and 13 of Section 36 of Onehungn. NEWMARKET CATTLE SALE. MR. ALFRED BUCKLA.ND Will Sell at Newnnrkct, on THURSDAY next, May 3rd, 1860, nt 12 o'clock, FORTY HEAD FAT CATTLE 2,000 Fat Sheep Dairy Cows Store Cattle lo well-fatted Pigs Also— 1 cwt. 1-inch coil Chain 3 Bullock Chains 12 Iron Wedges 20 Felling and Splitting Axes,

MILITIA. FIRST OR AUOKLAND BATTALION OF MILITIA. BATTALION ORDERS. The Officers of the Battalion are posted to Companies as follows : .. No. 1 Company. -jCaptain Campbell sXiieut Bowling *Ensign Dinnin. No. 2 Company.— rCaptain Harrison Lieut. Barbor Ensign No. 3 Company.— Captain £ieut. Elliott Ensign Simms. No. 1 Company. — Captain Crowdy licut. Kingsloy Ensign Macdonald. No. 5 Company.— Captain Tigho Liedt. WenEnsign Brophy. By Order, F. E. CAMPBELL, Captain and Adjutant.

AUCKLAND VOLUNTEER RIFLES. Metnorandum No. 218. | —THERE will be a parade for the "WHOLE ■■- • FORCE" every Tuesday and Thursday, at 5-past G o'clock a.m., at the Albert Barracks ; and on Saturdays also for new Members armed with the Long llifle. 2.— There will be Ball Firing at the Tnrget ground on Monday (Royal Company), Wednesdny (City Company), Friday (Rutland Company), Saturday (Victoria Company), nt J-past 6 o'clock a.m., and nt 2 o'clock p.m., — under the direction of the Instructor of Musketry. Members to attpnd, Morning or Evening, once a day. An Officer of the Company to attend. 3.— On Tuesday and Thursday any Member may practice at the Target, at any hour. 4, — 5 rounds of ammunition to be used on occasions of firing ; one Member to supply a package for two. 5. — The tin magazines issued this day, not to bo worn, but kept ready should they be required. 6. — Alarm Posts in case of Fire, &c. : — Royal Company Albert Barracks. City do Albert Barracks. Rutland do Britomart Barracks. Victoria do At the Fire. 7. — Members are reminded that Clause 3rd, relating to absentees, will be enforced on all future Parades. Officers commanding Companies will be held responsible that proper states are furnished on each Parade. B.— No more transfers fiom one Company to another allowed. 9.— Recommended that Members take a copy of this Memorandum. H. C. BALNEAVIS, Lieut.-Colonel CommandingAuckland, 28th April, 1860.

NO.TICE. TO induce a trial of nt 20s.— Bottle of Best Brandy Bottle of Best Whiskey Bottle of Best Old Tom Bottle of Best (Geneva) Hollands Bottle of Best Rum Bottle of Best Port Wine Bottle of Best Sherry Wine Packed in Cases— delivered free. Address MR. S. COLLINS, Wine and Spirit Importer, Prince of Wales Hotel, Hobson- street.

BEEP. ' ON SALE. TIIFTY TIERCES BELL'S A 1 BEEF. CONNELL & RIDINGS. Queen-street.

To ' Contractors. fJIENDERS will be received by the undersigned .1 until noon on FRIDAY next, May 4th, for Excavating and Carting away a quantity of earth from an allotment in Queen-street, Auckland. Specifications of the work to be done can be seen by applying to -READER WOOD, Architect, &o. Wyndham-street, May Ist, 1860. ______________ MAHONEYS NEW BUILDINGS, Albert-street, Between We__es__y and Cook Streets. TO LET, nnHE CORNER ALLOTMENT, Short-street and JL i Jermynistreet,' opposite'the Water Tank Reserve, Official Bay. Apply to CAMPBELL. May Ist, 1860. . *v# U '

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Daily Southern Cross, Volume XVII, Issue 1290, 1 May 1860

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