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Nefo Bfobertteement& IMPORTANT SALE OF WAITOHI LANDS. GEORGE AIKEN has been authorized to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at his Store, Trafulgar-street, on WEDNESDAY, the 17th day of March next, at Twelve o'clock, noon, the following TOWN AND SUBURBAN SECTIONS, in the flourishing settlement of Waitohi, viz. : — Town Sections Nos. 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196 ; Suburban Sections 38 and 39, containing 100 acres, more or less. The abovo town allotments are very eligibly situated for business purposes ; one of which having a tworoomed Cottage thereon. And the suburban sections are partly timbered, quite level, and within three miles from the sea beach. The public roads are being greatly improved in that neighbourhood ; and now that there is regular steam communication to the port, it is certain that those properties must rise rapidly in value, and canI not fail to prove a most lucrative investment. I Teems :— One-third cash on the fall of the hammer, and the remaining part of the purchase-money may remain on mortgage for a period of three years, bearing interest at the rate of four per cent, per annum. _ Nelson, 23rd February, 1858. ESSRS. N. EDWARDS and CO. will SELL by AUCTION, at their Warehouse, j Trafalgar-street, on SATURDAY NEXT, the 27th instant, that first-rate Whale Boat, the "BLUE BELLE," newly built by Mr. Thomas Freeman, expressly for an exploring expedition down the West Coast, together with her masts, sails, oars, &c. Also, that well-known Black Gelding, | "SPRIGHTLY," an excellent hack, and very quiet in harness. Nelson, 22nd February, 1858. HOUSE AND LAND. EOR SALE, a PLOT of LAND, situate at the entrance of Brook-street Valley, having a frontage of 30 feet to Tasman-street, together with the newly-built COTTAGE, which stands thereon. The whole is now let for 10s. per week. For further particulars apply to Mr. R. Aitken, at his Store, Bridge-street. February 24. OUSEMAID and COOK WANTED. Apply to Mrs. Clack, Commercial Hotel, Nelson. SELLING OFF at LOW PRICES, at Mr. BAKER'S GENERAL STORE, Trafal-gar-street, Nelson. Cheap clothing, boots, shoes and slippers j Prints, calicoes, blankets, and hats Glass, earthenware and china Enamelled ware, and American buckets Magnets, gold scales, and diggers' belts Axes, saws and adzes, and sundry other goods. O be SOLD, PRESTBURY COTTAGE, the late residence of Henry Seymour, Esq., with about 2£ acres of wood, garden, and orchard, containing the best and oldest fruit trees in the settlement : the furniture might be taken or not as required. For further particulars apply at the office of Messrs. Fell AND Seymoue, Trafalgar-street, Nelson. NELSON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. A SPECIAL MEETING will be held at the Trafalgar Hotel, on THURSDAY, the 4th proximo, at three, p.m., to draw up a memorial to his Excellency the Governor, with reference to the proposed routes of the Australian and New Zealand Steam Navigation Company. Alfbed Fel/I, Chairman. SPECIAL MEETING of the MEMBEBS of &c NELSON YACHT CLUB will take place on THURSDAY Evening next, at the Mabine Hotel, at Seven, p.m., sharp, for the purpose of electing members, and finally arranging matters having reference to the forthcoming Regatta. Members of the Club and Committee are specially requested to attend this meeting, this being the last previous to the Regatta of this year. William Akebsten, Secretary to the Nelson Yacht Club. A PERSON is desirous to engage as OVERSEER on a SHEEP, CATTLE, or FARM STATION, in any part of New Zealand. He can produce testimonials as to character and ability, and will give security for truthful management. He has had great experience and practice in Gipps' ' Land, Victoria, and Northumberland and Berwickshire in Great Britain. Any gentleman in want of such, by calling on or writing to Mr. Watson Weatheeley, at the Commercial Hotel, Nelson, will be promptly attended to. Nelson, 22nd February, 1858. MR. P. McFARLANE, TEACHER of DANCING, will RESUME CLASSES in Nelson about the MIDDLE of MARCH NEXT. N SALE by the undersigned, POSTS and RAILS, PALINGS, SAWN TIMBER, FIREWOOD, and CROOKED TIMBER, suitable i for boat building purposes. I T. Gwillim, Haven-road. LOST, in Nelson, on the 16th instant, a BLACK DOG, with tan muzzle and paws ; answers to the name of " Surrey : " Whoever will return the same to the Teapalgab Hotel, or Captain Blttndell's, Waimea-west, shall be REWARDED. W. A. BITODELL. OK REWARD.— Whereas some evil-dis-cS/C-F posed person or persons did, at Richmond, on the night of SATURDAY last, break down a PIGSTY, also open the RABBIT HUTCHES, and take therefrom the RABBITS ; this is to give notice, that the above REWARD will be paid to any person who will give such information as will lead to the conviction of the offender or offenders. E. Laney. February 22nd, 1858. OPENING of the ENGLISH and COLONIAL BOOT and SHOE STORE, TbafalgabSTBEET, near the Masonic Hotel. Just opened, with a large assortment of LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S and CHILDREN'S BOOTS and SHOES, of very superior quality. The undersigned begs to inform the public, that, being acquainted with some of the best manufacturers at home and in Sydney, can guarantee the public a constant supply of first-class goods of every description, at very reasonable prices. Thomas Tubeell. Trafalgar-street. ASONIC HALL.— The ceremony of LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE of the above Hall will take place on TUESDAY next, the 2nd March, at Three, p.m. The Brethren of the order are requested to attend at the Wakatu Hotel. Lodge will be opened at Two, p.m. By order of the W.M., H. J. Goodman, Secretary. Hofremmmt yfottce, In the Estates of Chabies Ayees, Alfbed Bbooes, and Alexandeb Stewabt, deceased, Intestates. PURSUANT to the Rule of this Honourable Court, the CREDITORS of the abovenamed Intestates are required to come in and PROVE THEIR DEBTS before me on or before the First of June next, or, in default thereof, they will be peremptorily excluded from all benefit arising from the respective Estates. John Shabp, Deputy Registrar. Nelson, 22nd February, 1858. \ 1

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, Volume XVII, Issue 16, 24 February 1858

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