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Important Sale of Town and Country** Lands'^ MR. JAMES SMITH has received instructions from Mr. T. D. M'Manaway, Surveyor, to sell by Public Auction, at his great Land Sale, to be holden at the Mart, Noah's Ark, on Th'Ursdat, 16th November, 1854, the following first rateproperties, viz.: — Town Lands.

rFOWNr F0WN ACRE No. 192,; having a ■*• frontage on Wellington Terf&ce, opposite the residence of v Kenneth Bethiine, Esq., and adjoining the Union Bank of Australia. This acre is pleasantly 6ituated and commands a most extensive view of the Harbor, ranging from the head of the Bay to the Valley of the Hutt, is easily approached, and when laid out will form one of the prettiest Villa residences in town, its close proximity to the leading buildings, public offices, wharfs, &c, renders it peculiarly valuable. Town Acre No. 944, Rintoul-street, corner of Riddiford and Eevans street, situated near the Barracks, on the high road, and is admi-

rably situated for a first rate public house. This

acre is staked out. Town Acre No. 326, Austin-street ; being near the swamp is admirably adapted for a Market Garden, the soil being extremely fertile. Also staked out. One Fourth Acre in Tasman-street, having a frontage of 48 feet by 264 feet in depth, abutting on the Ordnance ground. Well suited for a private dwelling house, commanding a fine view of the harbour. Country Land.

Section No. 89, containing 100 acres in the Ohariu district, 5 miles distant from Wellington, being the first section, known as Copp's Valley. The land is of the very best description, well watered, sheltered and richly timbered. ; The proposed Government -road- will pass through this section : there is at present a good ' cart road within half a mile of this property. : Upon application being made three days prior ' to the sale, a surveyor will attend to point but

the site. Section No. 17, containing 100 acres in the ' Horokiwi Valley, having a frontage on the North Western road, and situated within two miles of the Porirua Harbor. The land is perfectly level, of the best description, and is well suited for agricultural or other purposes. . This property is finely timbered, two rivers passing through the same renders • it pre-emi-nently adapted for the erection of extensive Saw or Flour Mills. Noah's Ark, October 24, 1854.

VALUABLE INVESTMENT. Important Town Freehold Property. MR. JAMES SMITH has received instructions from William Couper, Esq., Porirua, to sell at his great Land Sale, Noah's Ark, on

Thursday, 16th November, 1854

'T'HE whole of his Valuable Town -*- Buildings, and Acre No. 658, Tinakori Road, comprising that large commodious and substantially Brick built Mansion, with Stables, Outhouses, &c, now in the occupation of his Honor the Superintendent, being leased for a term of 5 years from January last, at a rental of £85 per annum.

That beautiful Town Residence and Outbuildings presently occupied by Brigade Major Coote. This truly delightful property, from its picturesque position, desirable situation, being on the high load to the Hutt, and commanding an unlimited view of the harbour, renders it totally unnecessary for the Auctioneer to remark upon it, being so well known to the inhabitants of the Province. Noab's Ark, October 24, 18r4.

Beautiful Town Residence.

MR. JAMES SMITH has been instructed by Edward Roberts, Esq., of the Royal Engineer Department (who is leaving the colony fo»* England), to submit to public com-

petition, at his Great Land Sale, Noah'a Ark. Thursday, 16th November, 1854, TTIS desirable Villa Residence and -*"*- Land on Wellington Terrace (Town Acre

No. 483). The house is substantially built of Van Diemen's Land timber on a brick foundation, has a good pump, and constant supply of excellent water, with capital brick drainß and sewers, which render the whole premises remarkably dry and healthy. It is delightfully situated, commanding an extended and uninterrupted view of both ends of the Town and Harbour, and being, in fact, one of the mnst interesting situations in the Town or neighbourhood for a private residence. It is accessible from both approaches to Wellington Terrace, and has a right of road from the beach on Lambton-quay. The Garden is tastefully laid out, and well stocked with fruit trees, and the whole ground substantially fenced in. Cards to view may be obtained by applying at the Mart. Noah's Ark, October 25, 18*4. . '

Capital Leasehold Villa Residence.

MR., JAMES SMITH has received instructions from Mr. T. H. Rookb, who is leaving town, to sell by public, auction, at the Great Land Sale, to be holden at Noah's Ark, on

Thursday, 16th November, 1854,

'THAT very desirable HOUSE and x GARDEN situated in Ghuznee Street, adjoining the residence of Dr.Prendergast, now

in the occupation of the proprietor. The property which is very pleasantly situated is held on lease for 21 years of which 18 years and 10 months remain unexpired, at the low rental of £8 per annum, there is a quarter of an acre of ground, and a Cottage, let to a respectable tenant for £10 10s. per year, so enabling the purchaser to live entirely rent free. The very agreeable situation, and the close approximation of this residence to the centre of business will render farther comment from the Auctioneer unnecessary. Cards to view may be obtained by applying at the Mart.- ' .Noab's Ark, October 24, 1854. ,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, New Zealand Spectator and Cook's Strait Guardian, Volume IX, Issue 963, 25 October 1854

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