3Lantietf $ ropcrtg* VALUABLE PROPERTY in BROOK-STREET. FOR SALE, PRESTBURY COTTAGE, the residence of J. B. Wemyss, Esq., standing in two and a-half acres of Garden and Shrubbery, all in perfect order. The garden is well stocked with a great variety of the choicest fruit and walnut trees in full bearing. The house contains seven rooms, store-room, waterclosets, large store closets, and outbuildings containing two servants' rooms. The stables contain a two-stall and a three-stall stable, coach-house, and harness-room, two lofts, and groom's room. An excellent grass paddock, of three acres, adjoining the above, will bo sold with it, if desired. For particulars, apply at Mr. Hodgson's office, Trafalgar-Btreet. 7655 TO LET, the COTTAGE now occupied by Mr. Robert Marten. Apply to D. Burns, Waiuiea-Btreet, Nelson. 7974 ]7\OR SALE, Section, No. G29, together - with a six-roomed HOUSE thereon, situate in St. Vincent-street, in the city of Nelson. Apply to John W. Wigzell, At Mr. Sinclair's Office, Trafalgar-street. 7955 rpO LET, RIDGWATS HOUSE, HavenL oad, delightfully situated, and has recently undergone a thorough repair, apply to 7835 John Beit. VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE. FOR SALE, an ACRE of GROUND situated between the Pier Hotel and the Custom House, Haven-road. Also, a valuable frontage of 30 feet to Collingwoodstreet, with a comfortable DWELLING- HOUSE thereon. And to SELL or LET, all that excellent property situated near the head of Collingwood-street, at present in the occupation of the undersigned, consisting of an ACRE of LAND, well stocked with fruit and other trees, a first-rate brick DWELLING-HOUSE, Out houses, &c. The property may be better known as "Alice Brae," the late residence of the Rev. T. D. Nicholson. For further particulars, apply to 8020 W. Wilkie, Bridge -street. I^o be SOLD or LET, with immediate J- possession, or would have no objection to EXCHANGE for LAND or other property of equal value. A large substantial well built HOUSE, new and in thorough repair, suitable for a large family ; containing Eight Rooms, Closets and large Entrance Hall, &c., with about one-quarter of an acre of Garden fenced and planted with Fruit Trees, situated in Gloucester-street. To view, or treat for the same, apply to "W. Rodgeeson, Shelbourne-street. Nelson, 28th November, 1861. 8033 "™ 0 R SALE. Nelson.— Several first-rate BUILDING SITES, either for business premises or private residences. Picton.— QUARTER-ACRE SECTIONS, in good situations. Collingwood.— A few BLOCKS, from 40 to 150 Acreß, which would be let with right of purchase. Apply to Thompson and Mortimer, 7788 Land Agents, Nelson. EX GLADIATOR, FROM LONDON. RENTOUL BROTHERS have just received, per the above Sliip— Finest Congou, Pekoe, and Gunpowder Teas Crushed Loaf Sugar Plantation, Ceylon, and Mocha Coffee I Best London Soap Starch, Blue, Currants, Raisins Imperial Plums, Jordan Almonds Sago, Mustard, Ginger, Mixed Spice Huntley and Palmer's assorted Biscuits Bell and Black's Matches Negrohead Tobacco Anchovy and Bloater Paste Confectionery Candied Lemon, Orange, and Citron Peel Glue, Ink, Blacking, &c, &c. Trafalgar-street, November 19. 7963 PUBLIC BILLIARD TABLE.— The unJL dersigned wishes to inform his many friends that, having a Thurston's patent; TABLE in his spacious Billiard-room, which is well lighted and airy, the same is always OPEN to the public. E. Mills, Wakatu Hotel, Bridge' Street. N.B.— An Ordinary daily at One o'clock. Superior Wines, Spirits, and English Ale. 7916 EX LATE ARRIVALS. BRANDY, in quarter-caska Whisky, in cases Tea, in chests, halves, and boxes Mauritius and Pampanga Sugar Bice Hops Boots Oilman's Stores Iron Bedsteads Shovels Pipes Vinegar, in quarter-casks. D. Moore. Trafalgar-street, Sept. 13, 1861. 7572 NOW LANDING, ex GLADIATOR— Gentlemen's Summer Clothing, in great variety Crown and other Moleskin Trowsers Blue Serge Shirts (Men's and Youths') Men's and Boys' Cloth Caps and Felt Hats 36in. and 72in. Grey Calicoes White Calicoes of every description Ladies' Black Silk Mantles] f „ Light Cloth do. j neweßt IMtuOUB „ Dresses in great variety „ Hair Nets in Chenille and Silk Crinoline Steel, Artificial Flowers Ribbons, Worked Collars, and Sleeves And a large assortment of Fancy Goods. D. Moore. Trafalgar-street. 7869 ON SALE, ex FRIENDS, from Melbourne— 12 dozen American Short-handled Round Point Shovels 8 dozen American Long-handled Sound Point Shovels 10 dozen American Curved Picks, Collins's 14 „ „ Hammer-bead do., do. 40 „ Axe Handles 12 „ „ Pick do. 3 „ „ Handled Axes, Simmonds's 1 „ „ Wood Seat Rocking Chairs 1 „ „ Cane Seat do. 1 „ „ Oak Office Chairs 5 ii ii Wood-seated do. Nath, Edwabds and Co. , Noleou, November 19. 796&
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, Volume XX, Issue 105, 7 December 1861
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, Volume XX, Issue 105, 7 December 1861
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