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Abstract. Outlay in Property, Stocking, and Cropping £552 6 0 JISSS-tZ,- — Return in Produce, and Stock on Hand 840 17 0 S&8- ty- — Return to Proprietor £297 11 0 — £&l& •5 " * Keep of Horses.— The horses when not at work, and during night, were out on grass. When in stable* their feed was chiefly wild meadow hay, with corn in proportion to the season, and the work then being done. I- Wheat. — The average here is 31 bushels per acre. One-half of the whole was spring sown, and yielded only from 17 to 20 bushels per acre. Experience in this case has established the conviction, that spring sowing ought to he abandoned, and winter sowing not later than April. I Potatoes. — This is one of the few cases in. which the crop had suffered from drought. The seed used was the refuse small potatoes of a former crop. -?x ___^ ___^ — — — —^

FOR POBT COOPER WELLINGTON, THE Cutter "MARIA JOSEPHINE." Will Sail on Tuesday next, 22nd inst. For Freight or passage apply to JAMES MACANDREW, & Co. JUST RECEIVED, AND ON SALE, at the STORE of the Undersigned — 40 Casks of MARZETTI'S celebrated BOTTLED LONDON STOUT and ALE. J. R. JOHNSTON, & Co. 16t/i April, 1851. ON SALE, TUST LANDED, Ex "Bride," from t/ Sydney — 60 Bags Flour. 20 Boxes Soap 20 Bags Rice. 24 Cases Pickles, Mustard, &c. 1 Bag Sago Flour. JAMES MACANDREW, & Co. ON SALE, ~VTOW LANDING, Ex "Victory," from 1-M London — • 2 Cases Saddleiy. 12 Casks Whiskey. 20 Kegs Nails. 3 Cases Caps. 3 Bales Blankets. 1 Case Wearing Apparrel. JAMES MACANDREW, & Co. EX "BRIDE," AND FOR SALE by the Uundersigned— Best South Australian Flour, in 100 and 200 lb. Bags, ' Oatmeal — Oats — Pearl Barley — Patna Rice — best Congou Tea — Brown and Loaf Sugars — Coffee — Mould Candles — Soap — Linseed Oil (boiled and raw) — White Lead, in 28 lb. kegs— Sets Weights, 56 lb. to } oz. — Counter Weighing Machines — Sheet Zinc — But~handle Spades, long strap and riveted eyes — Falling and American Axes — Canterbury Hammers — Socket Chisels — tumblerI bushed Padlocks — strong cut Shoe Bills. I Has also for Sale, Adzes — Turnip Hoes— Bill Hooks— Pick Axes — Potato Hoes and Forks — T Hinges — Pit, Cross-cut, and Hand-saw Files — Box and Flange Coffee Mills— Pillar and Bedroom Candlesticks — Tea Trays — Tin and Metal Tea and Coffee Pots — Pocket Spring Balances — Steelyards — Fire Irons — Zinc and Tin Milk Pans — Cullenders — Pocket Knives, from ss. per dozen — cut and Wrought Nails — Gunpowder — Weights, from 4 lb. to \ oz. Screw Drivers — Moulding Planes — Foot Rules — Measuring Tapes — Chisels & Gouges — Locks — Cork Screws — Brass Cocks — Tea and Table Spoons — Scissors — Looking Glasses — Parasols — Blue and Red, Serge, Twill, and Regatta Shirts — Cotton Handkerchiefs — Red Cravats — Bed Covers — all sorts of Buttons — Twill Stripes — Moleskin Trousers and Vests — Cotton and Worsted Stockings — Toe and Heel Tips— Bed Tick— GirthBellows — an assortment of Stationery — Packing Paper — Cart Harness — an assortment of -of Crockery — Gallon and Half-Gallon Measures — a Letter Copying Press and 800k — Corn Bags — a large quantity of Hob Nail'd Shoes — Harness Leather. &c, &c, &c. Fine Scotch Malt Whiskey — Brandy — Rum — Sherry and Port Wine ; in quantities not less than Two Gallons. Lamp Oil — Stockholm Tar. Taieri-Made Cheese. Potatoes. Forbury Onions. Wheat and Oats raised in the Colony. The first SALE BY AUCTION will commence at the Sale Room, on Saturday, 26th inst., at 11 o'Clock, when a large assortment of MERCHANDISE— COLONIAL PRODUCE WINES and SPIRITS— wiII be offered to Public Competition. Samples at Sale. Mr. Matheson has received instructions to to dispose of by PUBLIC AUCTION, about FORTY PIGS, of English and Chinese Breed; some half gone in Pigs, and some fit for the Butcher. Sale of Pigs about Two o'Clock JUST RECEIVED, An assortment of MUSIC, consisting of WALTZES, POLKAS, QUADRILLES, SONGS, &c, &c. ANGUS MATHESON. rriOWN CHOICE WANTED^ X Apply to the Printer. FOR SALE, A PAIR of Excellent Young WORKING BULLOCKS. Apply to the Printer. 18itt April, 1851.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Otago Witness, Issue 6, 19 April 1851

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