Fashionable Winter Clothing. WILLIAM MURRAY, Tailor and Cloth i En, begs to call the attention of gentlemen and the public to his stock of very superior beaver and pilot cloth, which he is enabled to make up into Taglionas, pea coats, trowsers, &c, at unusually low prices, for cash. As all the work is cut out by himself, and made up under his own superintendance, gentlemen may depend on their orders being elegantly and tastefully got up. Repairing executed with neatness and despatch. For Sale, A WEATHER - BOARDED HOUSE, having a brick chimney, and situated between Messrs. Durie and Co.'s and Mr. H. ltobson 's. The ground upon which it is built is held upon a seven years agreement, and the first year's rent is paid. The agreement will be disposed of with the building, which is very complete, and fit at once to be occupied. For particulars apply to J. Heberley. June 9, 1841. / Land Agency. — Sale of Cattle. THHE undersigned having resided some _L months at Wanganui, has been enabled to make himself acquainted with the best sites for the selection of country lands, and therefore with confidence tenders his services to proprietors, as an Agent for the selection, sale, purchase, and leasing property in that district. He is also prepared to undertake the sale and purchase of stock as a Commission Agent. H. Churton, Wanganui. A CARD. Mr. T. O. WESTERN, Land Surveyor, Valuer, and Agent, TINAKORE ROAD, Second Acre from Capt. Smith's. A CARD. Mr. H. B. Relph, SURGHON ACCOUCHEUR) PETONI. Chart of Port Nicholson. JUST PUBLISHED, and on sale at the Office of this paper, a lithographic Chart of Port Nicholson, from the survey of E". M. Chaffers, Esq., R.N., commander of the New Zealand Company's ship Tory. — Price 2s. 6d. "Gazette" Office, May 27, 1841. Port Nicholson Exchange and Public Library. THE COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT BEG respectfully to inform the Members and Public generally, that this establishment is now open. A catalogue of the books in the Library has been prepared, and the librarian will furnish every information and facility to the Colonists and others wishing to* avail themselves of the privileges of the Institution. Wai Peraro Reserve, 4th May, 1841. For Sale, just arrived, tZf\{\ REAMS of PAPER, consisting of Ovff/ printing rlpmy, lottpr and note paper of various sizes and qualities, blotting paper, white and coloured, blue wrapping, bag, Kent, hand, and imperial brown paper. " Gazette " Office, July 3rd. WE, the undersigned Emigrants by the Katherinc Stewart Forbes, are desirous to convey our warmest gratitude to Captain Hobbs for the anxious solicitude evinced by him for our safety, during a tedious and perilous voyage from England to New Zealand. We are the more desirous of testifying our sense of his kindness, because he had in many instances interposed when others in a minor charge attempted to destroy our peace and quiet. We would also add that the discipline and seamanship displayed by Captain Hobbs has entirely secured our respect and admiration. We also tender our thanks to the chief and second mates, for their united civility and kindness during the voyage. William Cooper, Mary Cottle, Sarah Cooper, Joseph Willmbre, Emanuel Hall, Jane Willmore, Mary Hall, Edward Richardson, Charles Mounsher, Matthew Gaskin, Alicia Mounsher, Daniel Peck, John Pitman, Elizabeth Peck, Mary Pitman, Samuel Gaskin, Charles Peck, Mary Gaskin, Harriett Peck, Elizabeth Alexander, Joseph Root, William Root, Ann Root, Sarah Root. Charles Cottle, Cargo of the "Eagle." MESSRS. BETHUNE and HUNTER will sell by Auction, on Tuesday, the 13th July, at Lambton Quay ; the cargo of the Eagle, from Launceston, consisting of — 8 superior milch cows in full milk, and in calf to a Suffolk bull, 1 heifer in calf, 1 very superior young Suffolk bull, 20 bullocks and steers, partly broken in and quiet to drive. Also. — Shingles, butter, cheese, starch, figs, apples, flour, currants, bran, hay, tar, oakum, 3 casks colonial beef, 1 case stationery, 1 case assorted ironmongery, Rum, brandy, Geneva, wines, and bottled stout, Hawes' London soap, refined sugar, A new billiard table. The above stock have been selected from one of the finest herds in Van Dieman's Land ; the cows are perfectly quiet, having been taken from the proprietors dairy, and nearly all the bullocks and steers are tractable and accustomed to the yoke. Terms : — Purchasers under j£3o, cash ; above that amount, approved endorsed bills at 1, 2, and 3 months. Sale will take place immediately after lunch, at 12 o'clock. For Sale, BACKGAMMON Boards and Men, wax tapers, and lucifer matches. Enquire at the " Gazette " Office, Taranakiplace.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 New Zealand Gazette and Wellington Spectator, Volume 10, Issue 65, 10 July 1841

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