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OPENING DINNER. PUBLIO MARKET, WELLINGTON. THE Market Board Commisaione-s will open the Public Market on SATURDAY, the Ist APRIL, 1865, by A PUBLIC DINNER, At three o'clock, p.m., in the MARKET HALL. Admission— Ten Shillings each. Tickets to be had on application to Messrs. George Crawford, J. Dransfield, Peter Laing, John Martin, J. H. Walls.cc, Market Commissioners ; and of Mr. Oagood, the Providore, Empire Hotel. Wellington, March 27, 1865. PUBLIC AUCTION. FRIDAY, 31st MARCH, 1865. At two o'clock. MR. G. H. VENNELL will sell by public auction, at Messrs. OWEN, SIDEY and CO.'S Store, on Friday, 31st March, at two o'clock, The undermentioned goods, viz. : — - 4 orates crockery, consisting of dinner plates, chamber sets, jugs, bowls, dishes, breakfast sets, &c. 2 tierces glassware, containing eight cut decanters, wine, claret, champ agne, and jelly glasses, tumblers (newshape), butter coolers, &c. 20 cases kerosine oil 2 tons Liverpool soap 12 kegs pearl barley 5 cases ground rice Sauces, bluestone, and blacklead Also, 12 Douglas puin pa 1 ton galvanised iron tiles (more or less) 2 barrels ale, pricked 4 hhds do do 6 doz Windsor chairs 2 do looking glasses 2 cases washing boards WINES A"ND SPIRITS. „ To close consignments. 8 qr-easks W.I. rum, 30 o.p. 2 do Martell's dark brandy 2 do do pale do 6do pale sherry wine l ' 4 do Kirkliston whisky 10 cases claret 25 do bottled ale 25 do Martell's pale brandy . Sale, ot tiro o'clock. - Full particulars in catalogues: March 27. • '■ , '^ T~ T^*"'" FOR SALE, - , 1 AAA ACRES FREEHOLD '"LAND, I,UUU i° one Block, on the Wainuiotnapu River, at the head of the Wairarapa ; together with ROO Sheep (250 Ewes and 250 Hoggets UXJXJ and Wethers) Apply to EDWARD PEARCE. Wellington, 24th March, 1865. T ABOWITZKY, GRAY AND CO., Ll ENGINEERS & LAND SURVEYORS, House, Land, and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, Accountants and Valuators. Surveys and Plans executed on the shorteit notice. Offices— Odd Fellows' Hall, Wellington. IVTEW ZEALANDER HOTEL, 1> MANNERS STREET. P. A. CHEVANNES, having purchased from Mr. M'Kinnon this well-known and extensively patronised establishment, solicit* from the inhabitants of Wellington and surrounding districts a continuance of their support, civility and strict attention to the wants and wishes of visitors being a duty incumbent on self and assistants. A cellar well stocked with wines, spirits, ales, &c, &c, of first-class brands, and a larder replete with the choicest viands, will at all times be found in the New Zealander Hotel. One of the best Billiard Tables imported into this colony, on the premises. Good Stabling — loose boxes. Horses and Buggies always on hire. HISLOP AND KEAN, PAINTERS AND PAPERH ANGERS, SIGN WRITERS AND GRAINERS To the Trade. CUSTOM-HOUSE QUAY, , Next Noah's Ark. DR. FEATHERSTON'S ELECTION. ALL Accounts against the Committee, in connection with the late Eelection for Superintendenoy, are requested to be sent In by Friday next, or they will not be paid. JOHN JOHNSTON, * Chairman. Central Committee Room, Oddfellows' Hal), 27th March, 1809.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Post, Issue 44, 30 March 1865

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Evening Post, Issue 44, 30 March 1865

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