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PUBLIC SALE. rpo BE SOLD BY AU3TION, on Saturday, c „ 30^ Ja nuary» at 12 o'clock precisely, ex • Mary Taylor, " and other ships, Fine Mauritius and Manilla su^ar, Refined sugar, 50 bags rice, Hawes' soap, Wax and tallow candles, Spices, nutmegs, cloves, cassia, and pepper, Vinegar, mustard and pickles, English and Dutch cheese, Weights, scales, and steelyards, a variety, Bar, rod, hoop, and sheet iron, Beaver hats, tin canisters, Prints, chintz, and gown pieces, Turkey red handkerchiefs, Kurope and coir rope, Tobacco in kegs, wine corks, 1 case pit and crows- cut saws, and files, Warren's blacking in bottles, Spirits, rum, Geneva and case gin, Wines, Teneriffe and port, in quarter casks, 1 case raspberry vinegar, Writing desks, dressing cases, wcrk boxes, toys, and other goods. Terms :-Under £15, cash ; from £15 to £50, approved bills at one month ; above £50, at one and two months. Also, two Town Acres, numbers 454 and 895, on the Surveyor-General's map. No 454 ia already enclosed and under cultivation, and will be subdivided in building lots to suit purchasers. Also, the country sections belonging to these choices. (Terms for land at Sale.) Bethune and Hunter, Auctioneers. MR. A. HORT will offer by public sale, at his Stores, back of Te Aro pah, on Tuesday next, February 2, 1841, at twelve o'clock, the following articles :—: — 100 pieces brown cotton drillings. 100 ditto bleached long cloth, 35 and 36 in. 1 case silk and cotton handkerchiefs. 20 pieces fancy prints. Cotton and linen tick. Stout twilled stripe for blinds. Flushing jackets and trowsers. Slops. White, striped, and regatta shirts. Cognac brandy, very su jerior qualities. Rum, unequalled in the colony. Mustard and pickles. Prime negrohead tobacco. TenerifFe wine, in pipes, hhds., and quarter casks. Brass chamber candlesticks. Polished snuffers and snuffer trays. British metal tea-pots. Tea- trays and waiters. Iron tea-kettles, tinned. ' Post and box coffee mills. Plasterers' and bricklayers* trowels* Java sugar. 50 bags ship biscuit. A lot of damaged butter. And various other articles. Terms will be made known at time of sale. — Lunch will be prepared.

CARGO OF THE " SISTERS." MESSRS. JOHN and GEORGE WADE will Sell by Auction, at 12 o'clock precisely, on Wednesday next, February 3, 1841, at Barrett's Hotel, the whole of the cargo of the schooner "Sisters," consisting of— 6 cases wine, 8 cases cigars, 20 quarter casks brandy 2 cases prints, (very excellent,) 2 do. wearing apparel, 6 cases Geneva, 1 bale lamp cotton, 12 hhds. stout, 1 trunk wearing ap64 cases bottled beer, parel, 7% pipes port wine, 3 crates crockery ware, 3 tons moist sugar, 1 case tin ware, 2 ditto refined ditto, 1 cask corks, 2 cases raspberry jam, 1 case double-barrell'd 10 casks currants, guns, 6 boxes Muscatel rai- 5 cases preserves, sins, 1 spring cart, ' 2 casks cheese, 1 J tons colonial biscuit, 1 tierce ham s, 1 smith's bellows, vice, 50 barrels herrings, and anvil, 37 kegs tobacco (200,) 1 case books. :,. After which, about 60,000 Van Dieman's^ Land shingles. 20,000 ditto laths. 50,000 feet ditto sawn timber, assorted for building purposes. The great strength and durability of the above timber, and its superiority over the timber of- ". this Colony, is too well known to require comment. Terms liberal, which will be made known at time of Sale. '

A CARD. MR. PARK, CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR, Late of the Company's Surveying Staff.

A CARD. MR. H. B. RELPH, SURGEON ACCOUCHEUR, PETONI.

ROPE WINCH FOR SALE. Apply to Luke Nattrass, Lambton Quay;

TUST OPENED, various kinds of W,RAPO PING PAPER. " Gazette " Office, Deo. 24, 1840.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, New Zealand Gazette and Wellington Spectator, Issue 42, 30 January 1841

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 New Zealand Gazette and Wellington Spectator, Issue 42, 30 January 1841

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