I On looking over the names of those who have honoured me with the invitation just received, I cannot fail to observe tho names of some gentlemen whose position, experience, and ability would have enabled them to discharge the duties of a representative of the largest electoral district of this province far more effectively than it will be in my power to perform them, and most sincerely do I regret that they have not been prevailed on to undertake the task. If elected, however, I will do my best, and shall now feel that I have very good ground upon which to rest a confident hope that you will charitably make the j same allowanco for the defect 3of my future, that you have evidently made for those of my past, public conduct. I have the honour to be, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, Brightwater Mill, Alfred Saundees. May 17, 1858. 936 POSTPONEMENT. rpHEATRE, ODD-FELLOWS' HALL.— JL Owing to the unfavourable state of the weather, the THEATRICAL PERFORMANCE, advertised to take place This Evening, is POSTPONED till TO-MORROW (Thursday) EVENING, May 20. TO ARRIVE, per CAMILLA and SEBAS- j TIAN, daily expected from England : — 25 cases Marzetti's bottled ale, pints and quarts 25 cases ditto ditto Btout ditto 60 casks Brydges and Son's bottled stout, quarts 75. casks Marzetti's bottled stout, quarts 75 casks ditto ditto ale, quarts ■ 4 quarter-ca9ks French brandy 3 ditto Booth's old torn j 2 ditto port 4 ditto sherry 30 cases Booth's old torn, 1 doz, ench < \ 50 cases geneva ; 10 half-hhds. Champion's vinegar 10 cases Champion's mustard 12 cases quart and pint pickles 12 cases sauces 9 cases essence of anchovies and caper 3 21 cases salad oil 1 case castor oil 5 crates dinner services 1 crate toilet sets 6 cases Srnee's superior furniture, carpets, and paper-hangings. Nash and Scaife, 945 Bridge-street. MRS. ESTCOURT begs to inform the LADIES of Nelson and its vicinity, that she has received tho WINTER'S'FASHIONS. Mrs. Estrourt returns her- sincere thanks for the support she has received through the past season, and hopes, by strict attention and moderate charges to retain a share of their patronage. Collingu'ood-street. 941 THRASHING MACHINE. TO ARRIVE per <• SEBASTIAN," daily expected from England — - 1 superior 4-horse THRASHING MACHINE i complete, by Ransome and Sims. I Nash and Scaife, 944 Bridge-street. SEED POTATOES^ FOR SALE, about Eight Tons of HOBART TOWN POTATOES, just landed, ex HEN- | RY, from Taranaki. Apply to Nath. Edwards and Co. Nelson, 18th May, 1858. _ 943 SADDLERY. MESSRS. PEAT AND THORNTON, Saddlees, &c., have just received a large consignment of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Saddles, Bridles, and Bits of every description ; Whips, Riding, Driving, and Hunting ; Horse Nets, Blankets and Rollers, Waterproof Saddle Bags, ditto for Pack Saddles, Sponges, Brushes, Basket Panniers, Tents, Brass and Silver-mounted Gig Harness, Cart Harness, &c, from H. Peat's, 14, Old Bond-street, Piccadilly, London, aud which they have now on sale at Bridge-street, Nelson. N.B. — Every description of Saddlery made to order. 942 LAND. LAND. A LARGE number of BUILDING ALLOTMENTS for SALE, adjoining the Waimea-road, commanding fine views of the town. Terms liberal. Plans can be seen on application to H. D. Jackson, Stationer, Hardy-street. 948 MASONIC BALL. MRS. CAZALY, MILLINER, &c, &c, Teafalgae-steeet, Nelson. BALL DRESSES made to order, and a perfect fit guaranteed. Flowers, Feathers, Head Dresses, &c. 937 WANTED AN APPRENTICE. dlofarmttmt Notices . — . — . — _ — . nnENDERS will be received until THURSJL DAY, the 10th June next, for REPAIRS to the QUEEN'S WAREHOUSE, and the embankment on which the Custom House is built. Specifications may be seen at the Custom House. 954 D. Rottgh, Collector. IMPOUNDED in the WAKAPUAKA POUND, a spotted red and white STEER, snail-horned, about 2 years old, brand invisible. If not claimed within 21 days from this date, will be SOLD, according to ordinance. T. Wilkins, 938 May 15, 1858. Poundkeeper. IMPOUNDED at Richmond, WaimeaEast, a Yellow HEIFER, white back, brand on off rump unintelligible ; with brindled calf. If not claimed within 21 days from this date, will be sold according to the Ordinance. Wm. Stanton, Poundkeeper. 13th May, 1858. 939
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, Volume XVII, Issue 40, 19 May 1858
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