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„ vfrait Trees, sfesSForeSt ?Tf ew, &o. ">' ; MR. S. JONES Has received instruotions from Ikr. Hbnbt, to sell by Auction, ;at, his Mart, Queen Street, THIS DAY, the 29th inst., 'in consequence of Mr. Henry's removal from Newmarket to the Kyber PMsßoad, HIS ENTIRE STQOK, consisting of Fruit Trees, Shrubs, Forest Trees, &o. &o. - . &c. - Full particulars in a f uturo advertisement. <S* The sale will » positively be unreserved. To Builders and others.— lo,ooo Countess Slates.

MR. S. JONES Has received instructions to Sell, at his Mart, Queen Street, THIS DAY, the 29th instant, at 11 o'olook, TEN THOUSAND COUNTESS SLATES' without reserve. In lots to suit purchasers.

Fat Pigs.

MR. ALFRED BUCKLAND Will sell at Newmoikot. on THURSDAY next, May 31st, ot 12 o'clock, Ofl FAT HOGS, from the Coast A Superior Berkshire Boar AndVery Fine Breeding Sow. Ewes and Lambs.

MR. ALFRED BUCKLAND Will sell by auction, on THURSDAY next, 31 s t inst., at 12 o'clock, WITHOUT RESERVE, iPxfi HALF-BRED EWE AND WETHER *«v LAMBS And— 40 2-tooth Leicester Ewes,

Feed Oats ! Feed Oats ! !

MR ALFRED BUCKLAND Will Sell at Newmarket, on THURSDAY next, ot Twelve o'olock, mWENTY BAGS PRIME FEED OATS.

Taranaki Mutton.

MR. ALFRED BUCKLAND Will Sell at Newmarket, on THURSDAY next, 31st inst , at 12 o'clock, TWO HUNDRED FAT WETHERS, ex "Airedale," from Taranaki 60 Store Sheep.

DAIRY COWS.

MR. ALb'RED BUCKLAND Will Sell at Newmarket, on THURSDAY next, 31st instant, at 12 o'clock, T7IOUR DAIRY COWS, within a few days of JD Calving.

Newmarket Cattle Sale.

MR. ALFRED BUCKLAND Will Sell at Newmarket, on THURSDAY next, 31st instant, at 12 o'clock, FORTY HEAD FAT CATTLE 4 Springing Cows SO hend Store Cuttle 25 HEIFERS IN CALF TO "HAVELOCK" 200 Fat Sheep Fat and Store Pigs.

OTAHTJHU CATTLE SALE.

WILLIAM HUNTER Will Sell by Auction, at Otahuhu, TO-MORROW, 30th instant, at One o'clock, punctually, ABOUT 50 HEAD o< CATTLE, consisting of-« Dairy Cows Hand- fed Heifers and Steers A lot of Grown Steers Pigs, &c, &c.

HORSE SALE.

MR. ALFRED BUCKLAND Will sell at the Greyhound Yard, on SATURDAY next, June 2nd, ati-pa 3^ 2 o'clock, fTIHREE WELL FORMED RIDING HORSES' JL Ex "Prince Alfred," @ Sydney, A powerful Black Gelding, 4 years old, from Taranaki A First Class Gig Mare, with good action, quiet to ride A Heavy Draught Mare, rising 4 years A useful Hack, accustomed to the Cart

50 sacks Seed Oats 50 trusses Oaten Hay And— A Chaff Cotter. OATEN HAY. MR. ALFRED BUOKLAND Will sell at the Grey Hound Yard, on SATURDAY next, June 2nd, at J-past 12 o'clock, ABOUT FIFTY TRUSSES PRIME OATEN HAY.

SEED OATS.

MR. ALFRED BUCKLAND Will sell at the Grey Hound Yard, on SATURDAY next, June 2nd, FIFTY SACKS PRIME SEED OATS, in lots to suit purchasers.

First Class Heifers.

MR. ALFRED BUCKLAND Has received instruotions from R. Graham, Esq., to Sell at his Yards, Newmarket, on THURSDAY, June 7th, at 12 o'clock, <APL CHOICE HAND-FED HEIFERS, from two to four years old.

The Auctioneer has great pleasure in calling the attention of friend! to this Kale, the. Cattle being Quiet, of Superior Quality, and in Calf to the Imported Bull, "GENERAL HaVBLOOK."

MILITIA. Ist OR AUCKLAND BATTALION. Extract from Batlxlion Orders, May 28th, 1860. NO. 2.-DAVID SHEEHAN having absented himself wiftiout leave, from parade, on tho 22nd and 23rd inst , and having failed to attend at the Orderly Room when ordeied tq explain tho cause of his absence, is struck off the Roll of the Inlying Picket. By order, F. E. CAMPBELL, Captain and Adjutant. MILITIA.

Ist or Auckland Battalion.

Extract from Battalion Orders, May 2ith, 1860. N0?3.-UNLESB' OTHER -NOTIOE is 'given, the Inlying Picfcet will not be required to assemble again for Drill, until TUESDAY next, sth June, when they wiU'p'nradeat the Albert Barracks, at J to 7 o'clock, a.m. __ > , ' _"• ■•" - By ordeT, . _>, ,F, E. CAMPBELL, , ! "., ; Captain & Adjutant. . r. 'jccii'iis;' CHEMIST AND" DRUGGIST, '■ • " " . NAPIER',

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Daily Southern Cross, Volume XVII, Issue 1298, 29 May 1860

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