F COTTAGE AND LAND, FOR SALE. OR SALE, a foor-roomed COTTAGE, and Half an Acre of LAND, in one of the ueasanteet pasta of the town; ten minutes' wait from the Post-office, and commanding a beautiful sea view. Apply to X, Examiner Office. 2057 ESTFAM SAW MILL. OR SALE or LEASE, the MOUTERE STEAM SAW MILL. The Mill may be mi? r a term °^ y ear8 > M ma 7 k e agreed u P on - ■The terms and particulars may be obtained by applying to the Mortgagee, David Bubns ; Nath. Edwabds and Co. 5 or Donald Sinclair, Esq. Nelson, November 5. 2076 EOR SALE, by private contract, at a moderate price, and on liberal terms, thattven Oesirable RESIDENCE, lately occupied by M)^ W. Scaife, situate in Trafalgar-Btreet south, immediately behind Mr. D. Moore's property. The site is unsurpassed by any in the township, and the house is commodious and substantially built, Nicholson and Ridings. Nelson, November 5. 1871 EOR SALE by PRIVATE CONTRACT, by the Trustees of the Estate of the Messrs. Rochfort, that very desirable TOWN ACRE, in the Haven-road, No. 70, with, the BUILDINGS thereon, now let at a rental of £72 per annum. For particulars apply to Messrs. Curtis, Brothers, or Messrs. N. Edwards & Co. 1850 LAND FOR SALE.— Several valuable BUILDING ALLOTMENTS in a central part of the town for SALE. Five years' credit given on the above. For further particulars apply to G. Hooper and Co., 1974 Nelson Brewery. DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE IN THE UPPER MOUTERE. ABOUT 250 ACRES of FREEHOLD LAND, with COTTAGE and OUTBUILDINGS ; 30 Acres are substantially fenced, and part in cultivation. Terms liberal. For further particulars, apply to T. A. Bowden, Rowdens, Spring-grove. 1992 TOWN ALLOTMENTS for SALE, in small quantities, to suit purchasers. Apply to Messrs. N. Edwards and Co., or to John Barrett, Builder, Nelson. 2067 TO be SOLD or LET, SUNNYSIDE, with about 14 acres of Garden, Lawn, Paddockj Wood, &c. For particulars apply to 2028 Atyfred Fell. TO be SOLD or LET, PRESTBURY COTTAGE, the late residence of Henry Seymour, Esq. with about 2£ acres of Garden, Orchard, Lawn, &c. For particulars apply to 2029 Alfred Fell. THE TOWN OF WAIRAU. QUARTER-ACRE ALLOTMENTS in this v^ town can now be applied for, at a uniform rate of Fifteen Guineas for Bush Sections, and Ten J3aur>pos for Qn<>n SffHons. g^EheToWof"Warmrifl glEuatetl 1 uirtmr intvigaunportion of the Big River and on the trunk-line ol road to Waitohi ; offering every facility for opening up a direct steam communication with this important district and Nelson, the steamer or coasters being able to land or embark passengers and cargo on the banks of the river at all times. Plans of the town can be seen at the undersigned, and applications for sections received by them up to Ist of March, 1859. N. Edwards and Co., Nelson ; 2006 Wm. Robinson, Wairau. A COTTAGE and BLACKSMITH'S SHOP to LET, together or separately, next the Turf Hotel, Stoke. Apply to Mr. Hart.ey, Halifax-street, Nelson 5 or at the Turf Hotel, Stoke. 2163 TO BRICKMAKERS AND OTHERS. TO be LET or SOLD, on favourable terms, a BRICKYARD, situated upon the Waimearoaa, within a mile of the centre of the town. The yard is provided with two large sheds, kiln, and pug-mill j and there ia abundance of excellent clay and water. A draining-pipe machine, making up to 6-inch bore, and about 50 tons o&coals upon the ground, may also be treated for. For further particulars apply to 1511 Curtis Brothers. TOWN OF BENWICK. A LLOTMENTS in the Town of Renwick XX are now OPEN FOR. SALE at the uniform price of £5 ss. each. When more than one allotment is purchased, the half of the purchase money to be paid at the time of sale, and the remainder within twelve months, bearing interest at the rate of ten per cent. The Town of Renwick is situated in the Omaka district, Wairau, and from its central position, being near the junction of the Wairau, Awatere, and Waitohi roads, possesses great advantages for the formation of a town. Application to be made to Mr. Lakeman, Town of Renwick, Wairau ; or to Mr. B. O. Hodgson, Nelson, where plans can be seen. 1433 HALF-an-ACRE of LAND for SALE, in Collingwood-street, adjoining Mr. Jacobsen's property. 1566 Apply to John Barrett. |Herc!jatti%* lyfOW LANDING, ex CHIEFTAIN, and ±\ ON SALE by the undersigned :— Warner's patent iron pumps and lead piping. Linseed oil, whitelead, and turpentine. Roofing felt, galvanized tilesfor roofing, spoutmg, &c, Loaf, crushed, and Havanßf&Bug&r. Burdon's gold-coloured sherry, in 1 doz. cases. Booth's old torn, gin in cases and quarter-casks. Bass's No. 3 Burton ale, and Whitbread's porter. Looking-glasses, grey calico. Hoyle's prints, shirtings, sheetings, and denies. Corn sacks and woolpacks, sail canvas. Watertight boots, kip and calf leather. Grindery, Avery's platform weighing machines, zinc. crates of earthenware, and china. Cart and gig harness, ladies' saddles. Tartaric acid, cream of tartar, salts, magnesia. Carbonate of soda, castor and olive oils, arsenic. Clothing of all kinds. Sickles, garden-shears, cart-arms. Ploughshares and moulds. Decanters, tumblers, wine-glaßses, glassware, &c. ' Stocker's patent pillar beer-engines, with piping, &c ErMUND BUXTON. Trafalgar-street. 186| A TREAT FOR CHRISTMAS. APRICOTS, ORANGES, LEMONS, am PEARS in any quantities may be procured a H. Hargreaves's, Bridge-street. This is a chance for Picnics and Excursions tha seldom occurs. Call and examine! 217
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, Volume XVIII, Issue 1, 1 January 1859
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