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FOR SYDNEY direct, to sail in about a week, the fine schooner DESPATCH, J. J. Peacock. For freight or passage apply to Nelson, March 8. Alfred Fxll & Co. IMPORTANT SALE OF THE CARGO OF THE DESPATCH. ALFRED FELL and Co. will SELL by AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY next, March 10, kt their Warehouse, the CARGO of the Despatch, J. J. Peacock, consisting of a varied assortment of general Merchandise, suitable to the wants of this settlement. The sale will take place at Twelve o'clock. TO be SOLD by public AUCTION, by Messrs. A. FELL and Co., on TUESDAY, the 30th day of Marsh, unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, ONE HUNDRED HEAD of CATTLE, now running in the Wairau in the care of Mr. James Wynen, on Mr. Darnel Dougherty's run. Apply to Mo»*isoif & Sclawdbrs, Nelion, or to Betbvmb_& HuMTxa, Wellington. Nelson, March 6. OR SALE, a 50-ACRE SECTION of freehold land. Apply to Mr. Walmr, Bridge-street, I or to Mr. J. Awdrews, Waimea South. TO be SOLD by Private Contract, the desirable LAND and PREMISES in Waimea South, at present in the occupation of Mr. Wilson, within one mUe from the church at Pitfure. The property consists of two Cottages, productive Garden, and land comprising wood and grass, admeasuring in the whole one hundred and thirty acres. In this block of land will be found two good Paddocks of eight and ten acres, securely fenced, together with ten acres of Grass land, partly fenced. There are also eighteen acres of Wood, in which will be found red pine for fencing or building purposes, and a supply of firewood might be secured to a purchaser for many years to come. As immediate possession of the buildings and premises can be given, a favourable opportunity now offers for persons desirous of obtaining land fit for immediate occupation without the trouble or expense of clearing. For further particulars apaly to the proprietor, on the premises, or to Mr. Poyntbr, Solicitor, in Nelson. FOR SALE, several valuable TOWN ACRES ; also, several small HOUSES. Apply to S. W. Strong, Trafalgar- street. TO be SOLD, a FARM, consisting of Fifty Acres of land, with a large family House, situated at the Moutere. Apply to U. Christie, Wakatu Hotel, or to D. Sinclair, I Esq., Nelson. I Nelson, Jan. 17. I AN ELIGIBLE OPENING. TO be LET, the BAKERS* ARMS INN, situated in Nile-street East, now in the occupation of Andbiw Dgvany, and doing a good business. Entry to be given on the 17th April next ; and for further particulars apply to Hooper & Co. Nelson, Feb. 12. TO be LET for a terra of years, either in part of not less than FIFTY ACRES, or the whole of THREE SECTIONS, numbered 250, 851, 352, at Motueka. Apply to H. Adams, Solicitor, or to B. Walmsley, Post-office. FOR SALE, TWO HUNDRED and FIFTY two and four-tooth acclimated EWES, and 1 ONE HUNDRED and FIFTY WETHERS, at present in the Wairau. An arrangement could be made to deliver them to a purchaser at Nelson, or at any station in the Wairau. Morrison and Sclandbrs. X7XPECTED by the Spray from New- ■ S2j castle,* about the beginning of February, and for I SALE, ONE THOUSAND superior bred 2- tooth EWES, I and TWENTY pure Durham HEIFERS, bred by the 1 Port Stephens Australian Agricultural Company, from imported stock. Morrison & Sclanders. A CCLIMATED SHEEP and CATTLE -LA. for SALE. — The undersigned being anxious to reduce his stock before leaving for England, is prepared to SELL EWES, in lots to suit purchasers, to be delivered immediately after the Ist of January next, at his station in the Wairau. For further particulars apply to the undersigned, or to Messrs. Mobjiison and Sclandxrs. A liberal credit willbe allowed where sufficient security can } be given. G. Duppa. FOR SALE, a bay MARE, with black Tpoints, over 1 5 hands 1 inch, rising six years, nearly thorough bred, and quiet to ride or drive. Apply to Freuerick Withsrbt, Wakatu Hotel. BY the COLUMBUS, from London— 3 crates Earthenware 4 crates Brown do. 2 bales three and four-bushel Sacks 147 bags Fine and Coarse Salt 55 boxes Raisins, Prunes, and Figs 4 caroteels Currants 5 bales Calicos and Prints 2 do Tweeds, Cloths, and Moleskins A large assortment of Ribbons, Bonnets, Flowers, Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Lace, and general Drapery and Haberdashery Goods 1 IflO dozen Florentine, Regatta, and White Shirts 40 do Blue Serge and Cloth Shirts 1 36 do Moleskin and Cord Trowsers ' I 0 trunks and bales ready-made Clothing ' 1: I IS packages Furniture, Folding Chairs, Sofas, &c." ' 2 trunks Boots and Shoes 2 packages Glassware ; 1 bale Sail Cloth j, 111 1 do Blankets 80 boxes Soap €0 barrels West India Sugar 10 cases Loaf Sugar SO chests Congou Tea 20 cwt Coffee 5 kegs Negrohead Tobacco 1 puncheon Lucifer Matches ~ hhds Pale and Brown Brandy £6 cwt Nails assorted 3 packages Scythes, Sickles, Reaping Hooks, Scythe Stones, Hay Knives, Sheep Shears, Hedge Shears, ' Adzes, Axes, Knives, Scissors, &c 10 packages Stationery 3 cases Looking Glasses I a boxes Window Glass 10 cans Oil and Turpentine 2 packages Paints, 8 packages Whiting ~! 1 cask Putty 8 cases Starch, Blue, and Soda 3 cases Saddlery, assorted 9* dozen Bottled Beer and Cider Europe Rope, Sail and Roping Twine I casts Tobacco Pipes 1 do Fancy Pipes, &c Ginger, Pimento, Vinegar, Arrow Root Castor Oil. Salad Oil, Carbonate of Soda Mustard, Pickles, Sperm Candles, &c. &c.| Morrison and Sclandsrs. Nelson, November IS.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1, Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, Volume XI, Issue 522, 6 March 1852

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, Volume XI, Issue 522, 6 March 1852