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SALES BY AUCTION. I __JE™S™ FOR SALE BY AUCTION. ~ KA I T A_. nnO ARRIVE, per "Frowning Bbacty," salbof sections, X; -■- from Sydney, daily exnectprl ' ~~ 100 Heavy Draught \lois and Mares, so TOWNT OWN J^ L J XA f r lected for this market by Mr. Mills the 28tn da y of also— Land Office, Dunedin, nt 1 15 Drays, nnd Lot Wection Block Dray Harness. -11l Day of sale in a future advertisement. 2 „ YOUNG & M'GLASHAN. 3 3 » — . __-___^ 4 4 „ SALE BY AUCTION. « 8 " 7 7 " Preliminary Notice. k a " TOWNSHIP OF WAIPORI. jq J " MORSE AND ORBELL have been favored " 19 with instructions to sell by auction, early 13 18 " in February, 14 yi " 150 QUARTER-ACRE SECTIONS 15 16 " In the above Township. 16 12 " It is situated on the Waipori Lake, nnd lias the 17 13 " only fi-ontage accessible for the safe landing of goods. 18 14 „ The great advantages which the site of the Waipori 19 15 „ commands, render it deserving of the attention of 20 11 Capitalists nnd Speculators. " It isonly fifteen miles from the Waitnhuna Diggings and about the same distance from the New Rush Waste Land Board Offic on the Waipori River Dunedin, Januan Offering the cheapest route for carriage of goods to : the nearest Goldfields, the Township of CJALE OF TOW.N '. demTnd?" t0 enSUTC attOlUion which its P 081 " 011 13th Feb^ua^Tm^ 8 ' _ x 2 SCHOONER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC 7 5 AUCTION. 8 1 THERE will be SOLD, by Public Auction, at 10 3 Auckland, on FRIDAY, 31st day of 11 v January Next, the schoouei 12 5 ! "WILD WAVE," ' \l £ of Auckland, with her apparelling and appurten- 15 4 ances. jq <j The Vessel is about 40 tons register, and is in 17 1 first-rate condition, having been built of the best 18 5 1 materials in the course of the present year. 19 6 It is expected that the Vessel trill be in 5 Dunedin in the course of a few days, when an £* A opportunity will be given to inspect her. || \l For further particulars, apply to 24 1 Messrs. BEVERIDGE & HARVEY, 25 17 Solicitors, Auckland, or 1 ? Mr. HUGH REID, Accountant there. § 23 ._ 29 . 1 A DAILY EXPRESS. |J 3 PASSENGERS' CONVEYANCE 1 15 Leaves 1 The EDINBURGH CASTLE, Caversham, 35 2 for 30 3 The DIGGERS' REST, Green Island, . J At 9 o'Clock a.m. gg g Leaves GREEN ISLAND for CAVERSHAM and 1? ? TOWN, ■ % % At 10 a.m., and 3 p.m. 43 6 44 7 Leaves Bank of New South Wales, Dunedin, 45 11 For 4g 1 Cavershara and Diggers' Rest, Green Island, 47 2 At 1 o'Clock, p.m. 48 3 49 4 Leaves Bank of New South Wales, Dunedin, for 50 6 Cavershnm, nt 5 o'clock (evening). Sundays: — Watte Land Board Offio Leaves CAVERSHAM for TOWN, a quarter before Dunedin, 9th January 11, and half-p:ist 12 a.m. . Leaves TOWN for CAVERSHAM at half-past OTAGO TOWN 11 a.m.,jind 1 p.m. BY PUBLIC I ' ares : ~ JANUARY AN] From Town to Green Island 2 6 Q ECTIONS in Port Do. to Caverslmin 1 0 Office, Dunedin, on Green Island to Caversham \ 6 o'clock noon. ■ Sections in Molynkih VICTORIA HOUSE Oliice ' Dunedin > ou the 15 ADVERTISEMENT. "Actions in Hawiebbu: Cr m T/-nr 7 , at Hawkesbury, on Tuesda 1. ILK begs respectfully to thank his 12 o'clock noon. • numerous customers for the wry liberal Sections in Hampden patronage he has received nince commencing bind- Hampden, on the 13th 0 ?iess in Dunedin, nnd would now inform them that noorK (preparatory to making extensive alterations in Sections in Oamaru To his premises), he purposes selling off the whole of 15ta of February, at 12 o'c his present stock tit very greatly reduced prices in Sections in Waihoi.a order to make a clearance Jor the earpmters. hous-e there, on the 25th C. T. Ick also begs to intimate that, in order to n °S n '.. . „ „ keep pace with the times, and to place his cus- r ,1}?, 1 }?^ S 'V c ,f CAITA tomers in the best possible position for bumnti Lnn(l , Onice » Dunedin, on I cheap, he means henceforth to adopt the ready ° clock uoon - money principle in business, and to decline the tt v -ur t- , credit system altogether. H A W X , C. T. I. is induced to do this from the fact of so 1\T O T T ICE IS T ? E 1 11^ many of the, new settlers complaining that they -k™ • Na 32 > B]l)ck I * have to pay such high prices for their goods —a w i tn held from sale, will 1 veryjuM complaint when properly considered,' but MONDAY, the 10th day for the most part they are ignorant of the causes W II which produce such high prices. Of course it is not to be expected that gooils can Waste Land Board Offic be sold here at anything like, home prices so long as Dunedin. Jan. 6, 1862 the present absurd and iniquitous import duties are levied ; but there h another cause, more telling WAN than the first, which tentU to keep up prices which A N \RCHITEC!TI]T are unnaturally high, viz., the long credit system, A. and CLERK is W which has always obtained amongst the oldest set- of Public BuildinS, tiers here. The storekeeper » ohliged to charge a AprivpeSoS'or by high rate of profit to make his business pay him &$£ the sK iLZrtJor his outlay of capital; and if there were no ttSon als o- eood ref.Ve! other parly to be considered besides the storekeeper tefctimomalß °* B^""*'™! and hui " long-ioinded, customer, it toould not be SunerintenH of much consequence. But the seller cannot say Dunedin OthJanuarv 18f to the cash customer— This is Us. to you, and to the inmeUm ' urn J *""""?> m credit customer— This is 6s. Gd. to you ; therefore \\T ANTED for this ( it must be manifestly unjust that the ready money MM Apply in handw customer should have to pay an extravagant price By Orde for his goods because a portion of the community JOP require twelve months' and two years' credit. C. 1 T. Ick has determined, so far as his business is Superintendent's Office, concerned, to put a stop to such a system, and he Dunedin, 9th Jan.. It respectfully hopes that an enlightened public will ' ! — support him in his endeavour to act up to hit TO CARF motto, which will be— /TENDERS will be re VICTORIA HOUSE, By ° rdeI jj 0 ] DUNEDIN. — . Superintendent's Office, NOTICE Dunedin, 9th Jamu ALL Parties who have received their Christ- I N T H^ SUPREME -£i- mas Bills are invited to discharge the tame ZEAI at their earliest convenience; and all those %oho — have any Accounts against C. T. Ick are requested * n ln e Estate of Josei to send them in, thai they may be discharged. Miner, Decea C. T. ICK, - . Victoria House, OURSUANT to the ' ~~~ JL Court, the Credit. JAMES FINCH & CO. Intestate are, on or before H™JE LANDKD « " CMc " »"d BS£ SSJVS,, 80 qr.casks Pale Slieirv ' CoUr< 3 a } HI 8 thl 66 do. Superior Port °f ™ *£ ult ,* 'P^° '« the ? 20 do. Pale and Dark Brnndy eluded from aU benefit am 15 do. Whisky KOl 5 hhds. West India Rum n , p rt „_ t r\K^ JS T W' c ' lst ""°" ly 'jE3?«Ba = ™ & Gc!, cce cv BB a amly ™ THE SUMBMK 50 do. Old Tom ZhAl 20 hhds. Bulk Ale and Stout — 250 casks Bottled Ale and .Stout In the Estate of Daniei Cordials of all descriptions * Miner, Decea Sardines, Pickles, Sauces, Potted Meats — Salad Oil, Castor Oil T>URSUANT to the Candied Peel, Preserved Oyster, Lobster and J^ o,ll^ the Credit j-, „", o°, n n „ . Intestate are, on or before English Cheese, Curry Powder ltext to Col ' ne in and A large Assortment of Earthenware, Wine Glasses, RoB ' ERT Chapman, Esqt V, ,„. A" t S} J' m • • C * urt > at his Office in tt * Four Cases Looking Glasses, comprising :- fa J f v thereof t , Elegant Cmmney Glasses, m Rosewood Frames eluded ftom all beneflt Swing Mirrors and Shaving Glasses „ „ . , . KOU NOTICE. Supreme Court Office, To the debtors ofJOHNBARR $ ALEX- Dunedin, Bth January ANDER BRO WN, late Butchers in Dunedin. jjj THE SUPREME debtors who have failed to pay or made, ZEAI J. arrangements for paying their respective — debts to the undersigned, will have an opportunity for , In the Estate of Jom so doing till S aturday first, the 18th day of January, Settler, Decea current, after which date legal measures will be _ adoptedfor their recovery. pURSUANT to the At Mr. Duncan's flour store, R?tiSreet. X 1 9° Urt ' the C "> ditC Dunedin, 11th January, 1862 ' 7 Intestate are, on or before ' ' next, to come in and j ' ■ Robert Chapman, Esqi LOST, A S ilver Hunting Lever WATCH Court, at his Office in th« and Gold Curb Chain, between Port Chalmers or "* default thereof they and Sawyer's Bay, on January 7th. Any person whos eluded from all beneflt ans returns the same to the Dunedin or Port Cha lmer' ROB Police Station, will be handsomely rewarded. If found on any one after this notice, they will be pro- Supreme Court Office, Becuted according to law. Dunedin, Bth January

KAITANGATA. SALE •OF SECTIONS, KAITANGATA TOWNSHIP. mOWN SALE, KAITANGATA, on Friday, X the 28th day of February, 1862, at the Land Office, Dunedin, at 12 o'clock noon. Lot Wection Block Lot Section Block 11 I 21 4 II 2 2 „ 22 3 „ 3 3 2a 2 4 4 24 1 5 5 „25 15 „ 66 26 14 „ 7 7 27 13 •8 6 „28 12 „ 9 9 „ 20 10 „ 10 22 „ 30 9 " 11 21 „31 7 2 19 „ 32 6 13 18 „ 33 5 „ 14 17 „ 34 22 15 16 „ 35 21 „ 16 12 „ 36 20 „ 17 13 „ 37 19 „ 18 14 „ 38 17 „ 19 15 „ 39 16 „ 20 11 „ 40 4 111 W. H. CUTTEN, Chief Commissioner. Waste Land Board Office, Dunedin, January 10, 1862. SALE OF TOWN LANDS, HAMPDEN, at the Survey Office, Moeraki, on Thursday, the 13th February, 1862. Lot Section Block Town 1 2 XXII Hampden 2 B"'^ 3 7 XIV « 4 16 " " 5 4 XIII « 6 I V " 7 5 " » 8 1 VIII « 9 5"" 10 3 XII " 11 12 XI « 12 5 II «« 13 6 XI " 14 2 XXXVI « 15 4 " « 16 a xxxix « 17 1 XLIII « 18 5 " « 19 6 XLIV « 20 5 XXVII « 21 6 IV « 2S> 17 XXIV " 23 18 " « 24 1 II " 25 17 XXXIV » 26 18 " " '^ 8 XXV " 28 22 I « 29 . 1 I " 30 2 " " 31 3 1 " 32 4 " " 33 15 XXXII " 34 1 XXIX « 35 2 " " 30 3 " " 37 1 XII « 38 1 XIX " 39 2 " " 40 8 " " ,41 4 " " 42 5 " « 43 . 6 " « 44 7 " " 45 11 XIV " 46 1 IV " 47 2 XLIV « 48 3 " " 49 4 " " 50 6 " « W. H. CUTTEN, Cliief Commissioner. Wwte Land Board Office, Dunedin, 9th January, 1862. OTAGO TOWN LAND SALES, BY PUBLIC AUCTION, FOR JANUARY AND FEBRUARY. SECTIONS in Port Chalmers, in the Land Office, Dunedin, on the 14th of January, at 12 o'clock noon. Sections in Molyneux Township, in the Land Office, Dunedin, on the 15th of January, at 12 o'clock noon. Sections in Hawkebdcrt Townsliip (Waikouaiti,) at Hawkesbury, on Tuesday, the 11th of February, at 12 o'clock noon. Sections in Hampden Township (Moeraki,) at Hampden, on the 13th of February, at 12 o'clock noon. Sections in Oamaiuj Township, at Oamaru, on the 15th of February, at I' 2 o'clock noon. Sections in Waihoi.a Township, in the Schoolhoiibe there, on the 25th of February, at 12 o'clock noon. Sections in the Kaitangata Township, in the Land Office, Dunedin, on the 26th of February, at 12 o'clock noon. II A W X S B U R Y. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Section No. 32, Block IV., Ilawksbury District, withheld from sale, will be open for application on MONDAY, the 10th day of February next. W. H. CUTTEN. Chief Commissioner. Waste Land Board Office, Dunedin. Jan. 6, 1862. WANTED. AN ARCHITECTURAL DRAUGHTSMAN and CLERK is Wanted in the Department of Public Buildings. Apply personally or by letter at the office on or before the 25th instant ; if by the latter, enclose testimonials or good references. W. LANGLANDS, Superintendent of Public Buildings. Dunedin, 9th January, 1862. •TT ANTED for this Office a temporary Clerk. T ? Apply in handwriting of applicant. By Order, JOHN LOGAN, Clerk to Superintendent. Superintendent's Office, Dunedin, 9th Jan., 1862. TO CARPENTERS. rPENDERS will be received at this Office till i- 30th January, for the construction of a BRIDGE over the Nutukaka Stream, Moeraki. Plans and Specifications to be seen at the Police Station, Oamaru, nnd at the Office of Roada and Bridges, Dunedin. By Order, JOHN LOGAN, i Clerk to Superintendent. Superintendent's Office, Dunedin, 9th January, 1862. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW ZEALAND. In the Estate of Joseph Bkown, of Dunedin, Miner, Deceased, Intestate. PURSUANT to the Rule of this Honorable Court, the Creditors of the above-named Intestate are, on or before the Eighth dny of April next, to come in and prove their Debts before Robert Chapman, Esquire, Regiscrar of the said Court, at his Office in the Court House, Dunedin, or in default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded from all benefit arising from the said Estate. ROBERT CHAPMAN, Registrar. SuDreme Court Office, Dunedin, Bth January 1861. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW ZEALAND. In the Estate of Daniel Woulff, of Dunedin, Miner, Deceased, Intestate. PURSUANT to the Rule of this Honorable Court, the Creditors of the above-named Intestate are, on or before the Eighth day of April next, to come in and prove their Debts before Robert Chapman, Esquire, Registrar of the said Court, at his Office in the Court House, Duuedin, or in default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded from all beneflt arising from the said Estate. ROBERT CHAPMAN, Registrar. Supreme Court Office, Dunedin, Bth January 1862. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW ZEALAND. , In the Estate of John Davidson, of Otago, Settler, Deceased, Intestate. "PURSUANT to the Rule of this Honorable JL Court, the Creditors of the above-named Intestate are, on or before the Eighth day of April next, to come in and prove their Debts before Robert Chapman, Esquire, Registrar of the said Court, at his Office in the Court House, Dunedin, or in default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded from all beneflt arising from the said Estate. ROBERT CHAPMAN, Registrar. Supreme Court Office, I Dunedin, Bth January 1863,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Otago Witness, Issue 528, 11 January 1862

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