UNPRECEDENTED NOVELTY;.^ GREAT ATTRACTION. %*£ A GRAND BAZ.VAR, FANCY FAIfR, A D | DI -Tl,lßt;il')N OF VALUABLE PHIZr. , W <RKi> OF ART, ,vc.. &<•., Wil. i l^ pl.ici- at MH. J. H. W.\Uli A V ~,'S AUCTION lIAKi, bAHBIVX mis hVi-.viXG, ANi> FOLIA) vV ING DAYS, To Co'Miijenue at higlit o'clock sharp. Amongst .he Stock will be found the following Prizes :—: — English and American Clocks Workboxes t Writing Desks Tea Caddys Dressing Cases Papier Machie Goods ," Electro-plated Ware Gold and Silver Watches Clocks, Musical Instruments Piutures, Oil Paintings, Souveairs English and Colonial Jewelry French and English Vases Swiss and Italian Works of Art [Mirrors, Albums &c, &c. With Hundreds of other Useful and Ornamental Articles, too numerous to particularise. i The Distribution of the above Magnificent Prizes will be conducted on the same principle as the Art Union of London, Paris, Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland, Nelson, &c, and which cannot fail in giving to the most scrupulous unbounded satisfaction. TICKETS, 2s. 6d. EACH. ALL PRIZES— NO BLANKS. Drawing to Commence on Thursday Evening, i*t 7 o'clock, and each succeeding day from 11 a.m. till 10 p m. FREE ADMISSION. Wellington, 25th May, 1865.
T ABOWITZKY, GKAY AND CO., ENGINEERS & LAND SURVEYORS, House, Land, and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, Accountants and Valuators, Surveys and Plans executed on the shortest notice. Offices— -Odd Fellows' Hall, Wellington.
ALFRED A . BAKNETT, LICENSED AUCTIONEER AND . VALUATOR, Commercial Sale Room, Custom House Qdat, Adances Cash on all descriptions of Merchandise.
ACADEMY, SfAM^ERB STREET, Mr. R. H O'Farrell, 1 rained Teacher, from the National Model fcoliooia,- Dublin, Principal. MR, O'FARRELL begs to acquaint the inhabitants of Wellington, that he is . pi*i p.ired to receive pupils of every denomination, and a siriuily secular course of instruction alone imparted to those who deail'S such. His c urse embraces the following branches, viz. :— heading, writing, arithmetic (graphic and mental), geography, English grammar, Latin and Greek etymologies, Latin and French phrases, book-keeping (single and double entry) mensuration, Euclid, algebra, &c. Terms — Junior Class, per quarter, £1 Is Do. Senior do in proportion to branches required. Ladies who may desire Drawing will hear of terms on Tuesdays and Jb ridays. Evening Class for Young Men, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, 7 to 9 o'clock. Terms, 6s. per month. May 17, 1865- _^
TRY OUR DELicions COFEEE "POSSESSING rare Strength and FlaJ[ vor. None but the best samples used, and fresh roasted and ground on the premises. CANTON TEA MART. E. 11. CREASE, PROPKiWtiilfe'
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